Is this the most amazing LEGO creation ever? Step inside this epic children’s room

Step inside this LEGO-inspired children's bedroom...

Do you have a LEGO fanatic on your hands? They are going to love this!

Many parents are used to being woken up by their little ones clambering into their beds. This was a nightly occurrence for Justin Davies, with his son rarely spending a full night in his own room. He decided to build a bedroom that he'd love spending the night in - and the result is this amazing LEGO design!

lego bedroom decor for childrens

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Inspired by one of the most iconic toys in the world, he created the bedroom of his son's dreams. But if you're imagining a room filled with garish blocks of colour, think again.

The result is a fun, but tastefull bedroom with a timeless monochromatic colour-scheme, painted by his wife, Jodie. The half white, half grey walls have two adjoining single beds down one side, which are raised from the floor and feature a desk and storage below.

Drawers resembling LEGO bricks provide further storage, while a separate giant brick acts like a stool on the floor.

bedroom with lego revolution wall stencil and white wall

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Other features include a stencil on the wall of the evolution of LEGO, and a desk laden with his son's LEGO creations and favourite characters.

bedroom with lego wardrobe and drawer

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Justin said: ‘I enjoyed every minute of this build. I love coming up with different ideas and being creative with wood. The carpentry took four to five days and then a couple of days to paint it, so about a week in total. My son absolutely loves it and he hasn't not had a full nights sleep in his room ever since.'

lego storage with seating and cushions

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Check out Justin's Facebook page (opens in new tab) for more of his creations.

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Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and also edits its sister title Style At Home. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.