Legos are possibly the most annoying thing in the world to organize. They defy categorization and are basically impossible to put away in any meaningful way.
- Shelves for the finished product. Adjustable track system-style shelves that are adjustable to accommodate the impossible different heights of completed legos with solid shelves, not wire ones. picture #2
- Stacking bins for the in process sets. The key here is to have one bin per set and to try not to let the sets get mixed up. I would also suggest leaving the instructions right in the bin with the set. picture #1
- One big-ass bin under his bed for all the miscellaneous pieces. Don’t even try to sort those. It is not possible. I’ve tried a few times to sort by color or even to pull out all the wheels. You will either go blind or go insane. not pictured
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