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    Discuss This Story Hot Bionicle NewsSaturday, March 21st, 2020 at 8:40pm by Andrew, BZPower News Manager

    Another company that has been working with LEGO making licensed products for years is Room Copenhagen. They're best known for making storage bricks and minifigure heads, but they've slowly been expanding their product line over the years with a variety of new and cool offerings for all aspects of your daily life. Read on to see what they've got so you can start putting together a plan to decorate your living space with LEGO!

    Room Copenhagen

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    I really like the new shelves and shadow boxes, and feel like they'd be great for both practical purposes like a key tray by the front door and decorative ones like displaying LEGO sets or MOCs. The wall studs look slightly less useful, as I feel like some things would fall off pretty easily, unfortunately. The ice cube trays were awesome though, and they even have the LEGO logo on the top of the studs! Most of the other stuff wasn't new, but one thing I did learn is that they have looked into making their draws in transparent colors but LEGO has so far not approved it. Hopefully they figure it out and make things work in the future, because they're great products but I want to see what's inside of them.

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