Lego bedrooms offered to house buyers spending over £350,000

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Customers who don't spend £350,000 can still pay extra for a Lego room

Huw Evans

Housing developers Weston Homes have created Lego-themed children’s bedrooms to help them sell properties to families.

The rooms cost between £3,000 and £5,000The rooms cost between £3,000 and £5,000

They have used Lego bricks, mini-figures and themed accessories to create rooms dressed in Lego products.

Bespoke items such as the “Evolution on the Lego Man” wall sticker and oversized Lego brick headboard, framed mini-figures, carpet and cupboards, have been mixed with standard Lego products including clocks, bins, mini-figures, robots and other toys.

Weston Homes claim it will set a new benchmark for the housebuilding industry – and it is likely that other house builders will follow and create their own themed rooms.

For customers spending £350,000 or more with the company on any given site(s), Weston Homes will install a Lego themed children’s room free of charge

David Beckham, Brad Pitt and Britney Spears are big Lego fans. Each year £2.4 billion worth of Lego products are sold around the world, with 19 billion Lego items/bricks are manufactured each year (enough to circle the world five times).

Too see more pictures of the bedrooms see the gallery.

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