As you may know from our previous discussions (see links at the end of this post), the Danish company, Room Copenhagen, is the maker of the majority of LEGO’s official storage, sorting, and display solutions. Their most popular and well-known products are the LEGO minifig storage heads, LEGO storage bricks (both with lift-off top and drawer), minifig display cabinets, lunch boxes, and more. Room Copenhagen recently participated in the Toy Fair shows in Hong Kong, London, and Nuremberg, where they displayed some of their upcoming products for 2020. Below are the details.
Most of the new products by Room Copenhagen focus on home decor this year. The colorful LEGO Picture Frame can hold common photo formats to display family and other photos, and they are also deep enough to display your minifigures. They can be used for wall-mounting, or just standing on a flat surface. And they are stackable as well.
The new LEGO Brick Shelves can hold books, toys, souvenirs, trinkets and come in three sizes; 2×2, 2×4, and 1×6 studs. They can be used for wall-mounting, table use, or in combination with the LEGO Desk Drawers that were released last year.
The popular LEGO Storage Head that has been available in two sizes will now come in a third, smaller size. They are great for storing LEGO pieces, or pretty much anything else. And, of course, they are also stackable.
In 2019, Room Copenhagen released the LEGO Wall Hangers set, which includes three upscaled 1×1 round LEGO plates that can be mounted on a wall as hangers or simply as decorations. This year, the hangers will also be available mounted on a backboard to create a more traditional hanger design.
The previous popular products, like storage boxes, desk supplies, lunch boxes, etc. will be available in more colors as well. Room Copenhagen products can be purchased from various retailers either at their store locations or at their online shops, and you can also get them via the Online LEGO Shop and Amazon.
Besides the Toy Fairs that already passed, Room Copenhagen will display their products at the following upcoming events: Ambiente Messe Germany – February to 7-11, New York Toy Fair – February 22-25, Melbourne Toy Fair Australia – March 1-4, International Homes & Housewares Show Chicago – March 14-17.
I’m personally very fond of Room Copenhagen’s products, as they perfectly match the colors, designs, quality, and overall aesthetics of LEGO’s own products. My entire LEGO storage and display setup are based on their system. They are not the cheapest storage and display solutions on the market, but they are durable, stackable, and transportable, so I think they are worth it. Anyway, check them out, if you haven’t done so already.
What do you think? Do you have any of the LEGO-branded products by Room Copenhagen? How do you like them? Feel free to share your thoughts and own reviews in the comment section below!
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