DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Compatible Storage Tower

by Lucy Baker November 08, 2017 2 min read

DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Compatible Storage Tower

Building brick storage is a problem that has eluded parents for years... and it will continue to do so! We are here to help! We are constantly experimenting with new ways to use Peel 'n Stick Baseplates to help declutter and create innovative + affordable building brick play areas. In this post, we will walk you through how to create a building brick storage tower that is compatible with LEGO, DUPLO and Mega Bloks!!

DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Compatible Storage Tower

Materials Needed:

  • 3 x Creative QT Peel 'n Stick Baseplates (we used grey 10" x 10", but visit our website for the full range of colors!)
  • 3 x plastic storage drawers (we got ours from Walmart, $7.99 per drawer, but you can also find them in stores like Target and Michaels in various sizes and colors). Note: it makes life easier if you get drawers with a top surface a little larger than 10" x 10" as then you do not need to cut the baseplates.
  • Selection of building bricks (we used LEGO, DUPLO and Mega Bloks)

It's as easy as Peel, Stick, PLAY!

This really couldn't be any easier. Start by filling your drawers with your building bricks of choice, then line up your drawers and baseplates.

DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Storage Tower

Peel off the red backing and stick the baseplate in the middle of the top surface of each drawer. If you want an exact middle position, you can always measure it up.

DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Storage Tower

DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Storage Tower

It is a good idea to place your hand underneath the top of the storage drawer and apply some resistance during the sticking process.

DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Storage Tower

That's it! No glue, no mess!

DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Storage Tower

All that's left to do is decide which order you are going to stack them in, and invite the kids in to get creating!!

DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Storage Tower

DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Storage Tower

What's so good about this storage tower? We think one huge advantage is that kids of different ages can have their building bricks stored together, but then have their own building surface to play on. Separating the drawers gives three different building stations and the baseplates are compatible with all major building brick brands!

DIY LEGO, DUPLO & Mega Bloks Compatible Storage Tower

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Creative QT designs quality + innovative toys that declutter homes and inspire creative play. Founded by parents of five, Adam and Dana Sue Hinkle, Creative QT’s vision is to empower parents and encourage a culture of families that Make Time Together. All products are designed to enrich families’ lives through active, creative play and play based learning. Creative QT products are laboratory tested for compliance with CPSC requirements and are free of lead, cadmium and phthalates so you can play with confidence. So, go ahead … today is the day: be your kid’s hero.

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Lucy Baker
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