Back in 2018, the possibility of an IKEA and LEGO collaboration was first mentioned – and now it’s becoming a reality! The Scandinavian giants have come together to make a fabulous new LEGO x IKEA collection, due to arrive in stores next month. Check out all the details here, as well as a sneak peek at some of the first items!
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Play brand LEGO teamed up with the iconic home brand IKEA to produce a new storage option for building blocks, the BYGGLEK collection, which will be available in stores from October.
IKEA promises that BYGGLEK brings play and storage together to fuel creativity, while creating more space for play in the home, and that the range was developed with parents and children in mind.
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What to Expect From the LEGO x IKEA Collection
The new BYGGLEK line will have four different products with boxes and even a special set of LEGO bricks. The range includes:
- BYGGLEK 201-piece LEGO brick set described as a “unique, curated selection of existing LEGO bricks and play starters such as food items and mini figures in different colours and sizes to inspire free play and creativity for ages 5+.”
- BYGGLEK Boxes. The boxes will come in three different sizes, and they’ll all have LEGO studs on their lids and in their interiors. So you can build your creations and then display them both on top or inside the box.
The new products will be available in physical and online IKEA stores from 1st October 2020. Prices start at $9.99 for a set of three small boxes and go up to $14.99 for the largest box.
What a great idea, we are sure there will be lots of happy kids and parents soon!
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