Lego, IKEA Team Up On Furniture Line to Help Kids Clean Up Toys
There's nothing more frustrating than putting the kids to bed, reading to them until they fall asleep, and then step on a Lego right as you leave the room. IKEA is looking to help you out.
IKEA's partnered with Lego to create the Bygglek, a "playful storage solution" that will essentially trick kids into cleaning up as they play.
"In tidying up and reorganizing children’s creative space during playtime, we not only disrupt their play but also their creative expression and growth," the two companies said in a joint press release. "As the BYGGLEK boxes are equipped with LEGO studs on the top and the front, kids can integrate the storage boxes as part of their LEGO builds. They can store their stories inside them, and proudly display their creations on top of them."
“Where adults often see mess, children see a stimulating creative environment, and Bygglek will help bridge the gap between these two views to ensure more creative play in homes around the world.”
The Bygglek starts at $9.99, and they also have the option for a 201 piece Lego set for $14.99. They'll be available at IKEA on October 1.