LEGOs are definitely some of the best toys ever, but if I had one bone to pick it’s that they get all over the place. With this 44-Drawer (Lego) Storage Cabinet, LEGO pieces have a place to call home and plenty of drawers to keep them organized.
44-Drawer (Lego) Storage Cabinet
Cabinets stack securely and can also be wall mounted with keyhole slots. A variety of drawer configurations provide versatile storage solutions. Clarified polypropylene, dividable drawers offer easy content identification. Finger-grip drawer pulls provide easy access and rear stop tabs prevent contents from spilling.
Product Dimensions: 20 x 16 x 6.5 inches
With 32 small compartments and 12 larger compartments, Lego minifigures, weapons, wheels, curvy parts, straight parts can be sorted out beautifully. Plus, you can sort pieces by color and easily see them through the translucent drawers. The hunt for that one particular piece will be less tiresome once your LEGOs get put in their proper places. The rear stop tabs on each drawer will prevent little pieces from flying out when you’re in a fury.
If one cabinet isn’t enough for your LEGOs, you can buy more and stack them. To maximize space, the cabinet can be wall mounted. With the cabinet’s red outlining, it would enhance the decor of your child’s colorful bedroom or playroom.
But don’t feel left out if you’re not into LEGOs. If you like to collect or hoard other small items like action figures, Tech Deck skateboards, Playmobil, chess pieces, Hotwheels, or art supplies, they can be stored in the cabinet too.
The 44-Drawer Storage Cabinet by Akro Mils is from $25.83 at Amazon.com. Here are some other fun Lego storage containers you might like: LEGO Storage Heads, LEGO Star Wars Zip Bin, and the LEGO Multibasket.
I’ve spent hours picking Legos up off the floor and delving through a plastic storage bin full of the stuff finding the bits my son needed and “couldn’t” find! I recently bought the Iris Lego Workstation with 6 cases which helped a lot but doesn’t stop as much of the sifting through to find the right bits as this looks as though it will. By the way don’t you think those Storage Heads look rather creepy?!!
If you are looking for a quick and easy way to organize your Lego by size, I thought you may be interested in reading this review from the Brother Brick web site who reviewed our BOX4BLOX a couple of years ago.