This Guy’s Lego Filled Basement Remodel Is Mind Blowing!

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Now this is a Lego collection!


Here Pelletier goes through one of 189 drawers that sorts the 250,000 Lego pieces by color and type.

Architect Jeffrey Pelletier was a big fan of Lego as a child. Unlike most children however, Jeffrey never gave up on playing with those colorful plastic pieces of joy! Jeffrey has now collected over 250,000 Lego pieces and stores them in the basement of his families 1902 Seattle home.

Now check out how Jeffrey organizes his mass collection with complete style! Can I mention that I reallllly want this guy’s basement! What an incredible basement makeover. Surely one of the best we have seen!


On the right you can see a wall of bins that organizes the collection.


The space also includes a full bar for entertaining friends. Pelletier excavated the floor 2½ feet to get 9-foot ceilings that make the subterranean area feel quite spacious.


Upstairs in the living room, floor-to-ceiling bookcases maximize storage space, while white trim pops against colorful walls.

Source : Original Article & Photo’s : Houzz