LEGO is perhaps one of the most iconic toys in the world. These little kits of building blocks are loved by children and adults alike. Perhaps this is why when it comes to creating the bedroom of your child’s dreams, a LEGO decor scheme can often be the perfect way to go.
In this list, you’ll see forty of the world’s most beautiful LEGO-inspired room designs. But don’t think that every room will be the typical yellow and red LEGO-themed bedroom for little kids. While you’ll certainly see some of those designs on this list, you’ll also see pink and purple LEGO bedrooms for little girls, subdued white LEGO-inspired rooms for kids of all ages and even LEGO kitchens that are excited, unexpected and gorgeous. You’ll also see rooms based on specific LEGO kids, such as Star Wars rooms, pirate rooms and even rooms inspired by Egyptian pharaohs.
So enjoy this list of 40 best LEGO room design tips for the year
Whether you’re a parent who wants to design a LEGO-themed bedroom for your child or an adult who wants to turn their office into a shrine for your favorite childhood toy, you’ll find endless design inspiration here. To help you create the LEGO-themed room of your dreams, here are forty designs inspired by the magical world of LEGOs.
1. Classic Colors
This room is LEGO themed, certainly, but it isn’t overdone. Instead of surrounding the entirety of the room with LEGO decorations, this homeowner opted to devote just one wall to the LEGO design. The wall was created by painting LEGO shapes with a variety of colors, creating the illusion that the wall was built from the blocks. This is a LEGO room that will stand the test of time; it’s fun and bright enough for a child, but wouldn’t be too cartoonish for a teenager. The furniture and bedding are simple, as not to overpower the bright colors of the wall.
2. From Top To Bottom
The unique floor makes this bedroom an especially interesting LEGO-themed room. Inspired by the bright colors of LEGO blocks, this look can be duplicated with carpet or linoleum squares in alternating hues. This room is obviously designed to accommodate a whopping four beds, but the look could be duplicated with a single wooden bunk bed unit, stained or painted a deep navy blue. The red accents on the wall help to tie the whole design scheme together. These homeowners added LEGO branded throw pillows to simple red bedding, which adds a touch of the classic LEGO theme without overpowering the room.
3. A Tiny Little Taste Of LEGO
A LEGO theme isn’t just ideal for kid’s room decor. This homeowner decided to give their tiny office space a little taste of LEGO. They painted one wall a bright red and added two LEGO wall decals. The rest of the room is painted a demure blue, ensuring that the eye is drawn to the accent wall. This is a perfect design idea for someone who wants to spice up their office with a fun little throwback to their childhood love of LEGOs.
4. A Kids’ Paradise Inspired By The Classic Blocks
What child wouldn’t love having this minimalist yet cheerful room as their bedroom? This homeowner created a truly inspired LEGO bedroom by working with a loft bed. The base of the loft is decorated with multicolored wooden fixtures designed to look like oversized LEGOs. If you’re on the hunt for LEGO kids’ room design ideas but don’t have it in you to build a loft bed, try duplicating this homeowner’s ingenious pillow idea. Create these LEGO pillows by sewing a pillow case in the fabric color of your choice. Cover four foam rounds in the same fabric and then use fabric glue to affix them to the pillows.
5. The Force Awakens With This Brilliant Wall Art
LEGO and Star Wars go hand-in-hand. Indeed, Star Wars-themed LEGO sets are some of the film franchise’s most popular branded merchandise. This room design would be perfect for someone who wants to combine Star Wars and LEGO bedroom designs. The homeowner affixed a large LEGO Star Wars mural to their wall and then painted individual multicolored blocks around it to tie the whole theme together. A simple patchwork bedding set works into the LEGO design without overpowering it.
6. A Minimalist Design With Splashes Of LEGO
If you’re looking for a LECO decoration idea but don’t want to completely remodel your child’s room, take a hint from this homeowner’s simple yet stunning design. Although they did not paint or wallpaper their simple white walls, they added LEGO wall decals, which can always be easily removed as their child grows up. The oversize LEGO blogs are perfect accents, helping to clearly evoke the LEGO theme without making any permanent changes to the room. This is the perfect design for someone who wants to give their child a LEGO bedroom, but knows that their child may eventually grow out of the LEGO design.
7. A Hand-Painted Mural Can Completely Transform A Small Space
If you’re looking for LEGO-themed boy’s room ideas but feel limited because you’re working with a small space, don’t. This homeowner proves that anything can be done, even in a smaller space. If you’re artistically inclined, take inspiration from this hand-painted wall art, which features classic LEGO characters against a beautiful cloudy sky backdrop. The simple stained wooden furniture compliments the intricate wall art beautifully and doesn’t overpower the design. This sort of mural work can truly create a stunning space that any little boy would be happy to call home.
8. A Lovely LEGO Loft Bed
Many LEGO room design ideas use the bed as a focal point and this design idea is no exception. This loft bed can be created by affixing painted wood rectangles to an existing loft bed, alternating colors. Utilize painted wooden circles to create the distinct LEGO look around the perimeter of the bed. The brightly colored chair can be duplicated by using rolls of colored foam or pool noodles and some fabric glue. The use of simple multicolored throw pillows against a bright red bedspread tie this whole look together, giving it a classic but uniquely LEGO look.
9. An Amazing LEGO Accent Wall
Looking outside of the traditional kid’s room ideas, this homeowner used thousands of individual LEGOs affixed to a dividing wall to create a unique entryway to their kitchen. This tactic could also be used to create an accent wall in a kid’s bedroom. To create an accent wall made of actual LEGOs, use an extra strong adhesive to affix connected LEGOs to a solid colored wallpaper. This will help you to create this stunning accent wall without permanently adhering the blocks to the wall. Should your child ever grow out of the LEGO design, the wallpaper will make removal a breeze.
10. A Grown-Up LEGO Lover’s Paradise
If you’re a LEGO lover who isn’t on the hunt for kid’s room decor, but rather want to bring a little touch of your LEGO love to your grown-up bedroom, then this is the perfect accent wall for you. By dedicating one wall to a pretty painted custom LEGO wallpaper, this homeowner created a fun adult bedroom without rendering the whole thing too cartoonish. The simple while bed with a matching neutral bedding ensures that the LEGO wall is the focal point of this fun bedroom. This design is proof that LEGO room decor certainly isn’t just for kids.
11. A LEGO Inspired Headboard And Matching Valance
When it comes to home decor in the bedroom, a headboard and window valance can really make or break your design scheme. This homeowner incorporated the LEGO design in a mature, sophisticated way by creating a matching LEGO headboard and window valance. This look could easily be duplicated by affixing colored vinyl sheets to an existing wooden headboard and valance with spray adhesive. Use black and grey paint to create the illusion of raised circles across the design. This decor scheme is perfect for a teenager’s bedroom, as it’s LEGO-inspired without being too childlike.
12. A Red And Yellow LEGO Lounge
When it comes to LEGO-inspired kid’s room ideas, bright colors are the name of the game. This homeowner chose to go with a red and yellow color scheme, which is distinctly LEGO. The yellow headboard, designed to look like a large yellow LEGO block, is beautifully accented by a vivid red bedding set. The homeowner further built on the red and yellow design scheme by installing red shelves, atop which yellow LEGO figurines and accent items sit. The red LEGO wall decal rounds out this beautiful LEGO bedroom design.
13. A Simple Yellow LEGO Room
This is another LEGO decoration idea that proves that LEGO room designs don’t have to cost an arm and a leg. This homeowner started by painting the room a bright yellow shade. A red bedspread and window trimming evoke that classic LEGO feel. The homeowner put a LEGO poster in a frame, which is the best way to give posters a more dignified look. The red shelves and matching bedside table serve as the perfect storage spaces, for either LEGO decor items or anything else that your child might need. This is a simple design scheme that can easily be achieved on a budget.
14. The Perfect LEGO Pad For Two
If you’re looking for LEGO room design ideas that will be perfect for a room for two, look no further. This homeowner used two design units, painted and decorated to look like large LEGO blocks, to split one large bedroom into two areas. This homeowner turned the perimeter around the windows into extra storage space by affixing cube storage units, painted in alternating bright colors and spaced out with wooden LEGO-inspired blocks. This design scheme demonstrates that you can indeed create a space that is still big and bright for two children, provided that you use space wisely and create plenty of strategic storage areas.
15. A Pop Of Color Against A Black And White Backdrop
LEGO room designs truly don’t have to entail wall decals, murals or even brightly colored walls. This homeowner proves that you can create a LEGO-themed room without making any permanent changes. Against a black and white backdrop, this homeowner used framed LEGO posters and artwork above the bed as a focal point. A headboard made from actual LEGO blocks is a brilliant way to evoke the LEGO design scheme without permanently adhering anything to the walls. Colorful bedding and accents on the night stands tie this beautiful LEGO bedroom together.
16. Just A Little Touch Of LEGO
You don’t have to completely transform your space into a full-blown LEGO oasis. Instead, if you want to show your love for LEGO without completely redoing the room, just add a few touches of LEGO room decor. This white bedroom, punctuated with simple red accents, isn’t inherently LEGO-themed, but the three-piece LEGO wall art above the bed clearly shows that the occupant is a fan of the classic blocks. The stunning clear acrylic craft table is a shrine to a LEGO collection, but could easily be repurposed should the kid who lives in this room every grow out of their LEGO hobby.
17. A Cool LEGO Loft
Installing a loft bed with play space underneath is a perfect way to get the most out of a small space. Indeed, if you’re looking for
LEGO room designs but don’t have a lot of space to work with, consider going up. This homeowner used paint and round wooden pieces to turn a simple loft bedding unit into a gorgeous piece that looks like it was literally built out of giant LEGO blocks. The space underneath is decked out with two bright red bean bags that beautifully match the red in the loft bed unit.
18. Digs Inspired By The Medieval World Of LEGO
Aside from Star Wars, one of the most popular LEGO kits are the medieval-inspired castle kits. This homeowner decided to pay tribute to this LEGO theme by creating a completely medieval space. Instead of turning the walls into LEGO blocks, the homeowner created the illusion of grey stone blocks, as seen in the LEGO castle kits. This bedroom proves that LEGO room decor doesn’t always have to feature the traditional yellow, red and blue block design. Instead, feel free to create a design that’s inspired by your favorite LEGO building kit.
19. A Girly Bedroom Inspired By LEGO
This is another bedroom that’s inspired by a specific LEGO kit rather than the blocks themselves. LEGO’s Heartlake City line is a fun building kit for little girls that allows them to create whimsical castles and homes. This homeowner used wall murals featuring the kit’s popular characters to create a bedroom that is both girly and classically LEGO. This room is proof that drawing inspiration from the world of LEGO isn’t just for boy’s room ideas. By using the Heartlake City wall art, in addition to muted lavenders and pinks, this homeowner created the perfect room for a LEGO-loving little girl.
20. A Room Fit For A Pharaoh
This is another one of the LEGO room designs inspired by a specific LEGO collection. LEGO has created myriad Egyptian-inspired kits, including the immensely popular Pharaoh’s Quest. To create this beautiful divided room scheme, the homeowner created a mural that featured Egyptian stones and hieroglyphics, inspired directly by the artwork in the Egyptian LEGO collections. Egyptian-themed bedspreads on both the bunk bed and the queen bed help to tie the whole theme together.
21. Create A Real World LEGO Pirate Ship
This room is inspired by LEGO’s classic pirate ship building kit. At first glance, this bedroom seems to feature very classic home decor touches. However, give it a second look and you’ll realize that it’s a brilliant haven for any fans of the LEGO pirate theme. The classic LEGO pirate skull lego is featured on two throw pillows, which lie against a simple red and white striped bedspread. A stunning pirate’s map-inspired rug lies atop the beautiful unfinished hardwood floor. Classic deep mahogany furniture and a dark leather armchair give this pirate room an elegant finish.
22. Simply LEGO, Simply Adorable
This little LEGO decoration idea would be perfect for any apartment dweller who is looking for kid’s room ideas but can’t make any permanent changes to the bedroom in question. These LEGO branded wall decals are easily found online. They are designed to be semi-permanent, which means that they won’t start to peel or come off on their own, but they can eventually be removed using some gentle scraping with a credit card. The rest of the room is decorated simply but beautifully, with a multicolored striped bedding set that will last the child for years.
23. A Unique Spin On The LEGO Wall Art
This homeowner put a completely unique spin on LEGO wall art. They took a LEGO wall mural and cut it into two irregular shapes. After affixing them to the wall, they used black paint to outline the shapes and create the illusion that the pale blue wall was cracking open to reveal the real LEGO wall inside. When it comes to LEGO room ideas, you can always add a DIY flare to existing LEGO room decor. This unique little wall design is completely unexpected and fun.
24. Always Have Fun With Color
LEGO-inspired kid’s room ideas aren’t just about putting up jumbo LEGO blocks and figurines. Rather, they are about creating a bright, colorful and cheery space that your child will love. This room design is all about having fun with color. The bunk bed unit has been painted in lovely reds, blues and greens. As a gorgeous finishing accent, the blades of the ceiling fans have been painted in alternating colors. While these multicolored ceiling fans can be found at home stores, you can also DIY by hand painting the blades of a white or wooden ceiling fan.
25. A LEGO-inspired Kitchen? Why Not!
Don’t feel bad if you’re an adult LEGO enthusiast who isn’t browsing this list for a little girl’s or a little boy’s room ideas. This genius homeowner decided to bring their love of all things LEGO right into their kitchen by attaching block-print backsplash to the entirety of their kitchen island. The super bright red stools compliment this eye-catching island brilliantly. This design is fabulous, because it demonstrates the homeowner’s love of LEGO, but it isn’t completely cartoonish or childish. The finished product has a modern, contemporary art deco feel to it.
26. A Cool And Customized LEGO Room
Adding personalized touches is a popular choice when it comes to kids’ home decor. This accent wall can be made by using wood panels, painted in bold hues, to create the look of giant LEGO blocks. Large wooden circles painted in matching colors are used to create the look of the blocks. Leave a space open where you intend on placing the bed. Hang wooden block letters from the craft store, painted in your color of choice, vertically to spell out your child’s name above the bed. This homeowner chose to paint the letters blue, which matches the gorgeous blue and black striped bedspread perfectly.
27. Brilliant Bursts Of Color Against A Sleek White Space
One of the best things about decorating with LEGO-inspired accents is that they can bring bursts of color to an otherwise bland room. This homeowner kept their furnishings and walls a stark white, but added color with yellow, red, blue and green LEGO decals. They also used decals of LEGO figurines to create an absolutely adorable design above the desk. The red and blue stools juxtapose beautifully against the pristine white carpet. Plus, the sheer white window trimmings ensure that this gorgeous room is constantly flooded with lovely natural sunlight.
28. A LEGO Them From Floor To Ceiling
When you’re decorating, you won’t always be working with a conventional one-room space. This homeowner decided to bring their love of LEGO into a room that features an upstairs loft. They declined to paint the white whiles and instead used some adorable wall decals to tie together the LEGO theme. Flashes of reds and blues pop beautifully against the simplicity of the white walls and the clean neutral hardwood floors. This design scheme goes to show that you can create a uniform design, no matter how large the space, with a little bit of creativity and a lot of color.
29. A Luminous LEGO Light Fixture
This room uses a design scheme that we have seen in a lot of these LEGO designs, which is to place splashes of color against a mostly white space to create a stunning juxtaposition. However, this room boasts as truly unique detail, which is the brilliant LEGO overhead light fixture. Using an oversize LEGO block, this homeowner drilled holes in the protruding pegs to allow the light to spill out. This is a perfect design project for any homeowner with electrical experience who wants to truly create a beautiful and luminous LEGO room for their child.
30. Windows Are The Perfect Headboards
Placing a bed directly underneath a large window is a phenomenal decorating choice for any kid’s room. It gives the illusion of a larger space, in addition to ensuring that the bed, which is truly the focal point of any bedroom, is always awash in light. The colorful twin shelving units are decorated with LEGO collectibles and figurines. LEGO wallpaper was used above the window to create a beautiful pop of color. LEGO bedding ties the whole theme together, giving this room’s design a whimsical and fun finishing touch.
31. A Futuristic LEGO Room Design
This abstract and modern LEGO platform bed presents a unique design that is both eye-catching and practical. The exterior walls of this raised bed unit feature storage cabinets designed to look like giant LEGO blocks. This design also features two large LEGO-shaped floor level drawers, perfect for storing toys and clothes. This homeowner used track lighting to give this unit an almost ethereal glow, certain to brighten up any room. The walls are simply decorated with geometric multicolored squares, a simple yet exciting design that doesn’t overpower this unique furniture piece.
32. Open Up A Small Space With Storage
This homeowner took a rather narrow room and used smart design techniques to create a plethora of storage space. The simple white wardrobe blends against the white walls effortlessly. It is adorned with two stripes of color, in addition to two lovely classic yellow LEGO head decals. A bright yellow shelf above the desk serves as both extra space and a lovely color accent. Oversize and multicolored LEGO boxes sit atop a white cabinet at the foot of the bed, creating multiple opportunities for hidden clothes and toy storage.
33. Create Your Own Design With Wall Decals
Many LEGO room ideas entail wall decals, which easily adhere to any surface and can be removed without damaging the paint or wallpaper underneath. By using several mini LEGO wall decals, this homeowner gave their child a unique little design that connects the bed and the adjacent bureau beautifully. They created little stacks of legos atop the bed and bureau, but then created the illusion of blocks falling into the space between. The multicolored decals add a little flash of cartoonish color to an otherwise simple room, demonstrating that oftentimes, less is more.
34. Top It All Off With A Teepee
A teepee is a fun addition to any child’s room. Not only is it completely easy to DIY with a few wooden poles and some fabric, but it serves as a fun little play fort for your child. Behind the teepee is a beautiful wall design made out of geometric shapes. A statue made of jumbo LEGO blocks rests against the geometric design, giving this room a subtle but fun touch of LEGO. This room shows that you don’t have to have wall-to-wall blocks and colors in order to create a room that is tied around a LEGO design.
35. Bring Some LEGO To A Balcony Or Backyard
This is yet another example of how LEGO isn’t just for kid’s room decor. This homeowner turned large square planters into jumbo LEGOs with some paint and round wooden pieces. This simple DIY project is a phenomenal way to bring your childhood love of LEGO to your balcony or backyard. While it’s obviously a LEGO design, it’s so simple and subtle that no one will ever mistake it for childish or cartoony. Once again, LEGO designs definitely aren’t just for kids, nor are they solely reserved for bedroom designs.
36. A Kitchen Inspired By Childhood, But Completely Chic
This adult LEGO lover has created a chic design worthy of an art deco boutique hotel. To conceal the support beam of their kitchen island, this homeowner used painted hollow wooden blocks to create the illusion of stacked LEGOs. The LEGO Van Gogh wall canvas is a perfect finishing touch. One of the unique aspects of this kitchen is the use of chalk paint, which enables the homeowner to change their wall art as they see fit. The current Cookie Monster design is adorable and compliments the overall whimsical design of this kitchen absolutely gorgeously.
37. Blink And You’ll Miss These Little LEGO Touches
This beautiful bedroom looks like it could be the chic boudoir of any stylish city girl. However, tiny little accents prove once again that LEGO designs aren’t just for kid’s room decor. LEGO wall canvases lean against the sophisticated leather headboard. The short square nightstand is decorated to look like two stacked LEGO blocks, painted in lovely shades of muted yellow and soft green. This stunning bedroom would be a dream for any LEGO fanatic who wants to incorporate their love of this classic kids’ toy without living in a room that looks childlike or silly.
38. A LEGO Lounge That Comfortably Sleeps Six
Those with large families know that fitting multiple children into one space can be a challenge. It can be even more of a challenge to design said room in a decor scheme that each child will love. This homeowner used two bunk beds featuring hideaway pullout beds to create a room that could sleep six. They painted the room a positively stunning shade of bold blue and added extra color by using LEGO wall decals. Little touches finish off this space, like the LEGO head figurines and the LEGO bedding on the pullout beds.
39. An Absolutely Awesome LEGO Movie Room
The LEGO Movie was a favorite of both kids and adults alike. This homeowner paid tribute to the classic film by giving their kids a decked out LEGO Movie room, featuring the poster from the film and bedding and curtains featuring the movie’s most loved characters. They also used the classic kids’ room design technique of personalizing the space above the child’s bed, using block letter wall decals. The storage unit at the foot of the bed ensures that this little boy’s LEGO collection always has a place to go.
40. Inspired By LEGO With No LEGOs In Sight
At first glance, this might not seem like a LEGO bedroom. But as you look closer, it becomes clear that this room was absolutely inspired by the classic toy. The geometric yellow shelving units evoke the image of the classic little yellow LEGO man. The door is painted a LEGO-inspired blue, which is extraordinarily eye-catching against the overall white of the room. If you want to bring a little LEGO to your boudoir without being completely over-the-top, take inspiration from this subtle design.
We Love LEGO
LEGO is an iconic aspect of our culture and a treasured memory of our childhoods. On this list, we saw just about every type of LEGO room ideas that one could possibly dream up. From kids’ bedrooms with LEGO man wall decals to grown-up kitchens with little hints of LEGO, it’s plain to see that a LEGO design can work in just about any room.
If you’re creating a LEGO-inspired room, don’t feel limited by the official LEGO merchandise that you find in decor stores. It’s simple to turn a dresser or loft bed into a giant lego with a little paint and wooden circles from the craft store. When it comes to creating the LEGO-themed room of your dreams, the sky is limit. Have fun, be creative and take tons of DIY inspiration from this list.