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Incredible Kitchen Renovated with LEGOs
Posted By Diane Pham On February 8, 2011 @ 3:00 pm In Design,Gallery,Green Home decor,Green Interiors,Green Kitchen,Innovation,Recycled Materials | 13 Comments
The Munchausen Lego Kitchen is based around an Ikea island that has been outifftted with more than 20,000 Lego pieces. Not quite and afternoon in the playroom, the entrie process took the designers more than a week to complete. The results were well worth the effort, which gave way to a vast eye-catching mosiac. Additional pieces have been incorporated by the designers including funky Lego chairs with bolder patterns than could be achieved with molded plastic or metal, complimentary kitchen accessories, and what looks to be a cute little Lego man head cookie jar.
So if you’re currently in the dilemma of trying to decide which countertop finish will give your home that much needed zing, maybe it’s time to stop off at the local toy store and pick up a box (or a hundred) of Legos and start outfitting your kitchen!
Additional designs for a line of T-shirts, cushions, wallpaper and accessories by Simon Pillard and Philippe Rosetti’s can be found at French label Commune de Paris 
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 The Coolhunter: http://www.thecoolhunter.net/article/detail/1628/lego-kitchen
 Freshome: http://freshome.com/2009/10/15/fancy-lego-styled-kitchen-by-simon-pillard-and-philippe-rosetti/
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