Pixelated patterns have become a chic retro aesthetic for interiors, and the 'Hey! A LEGO Table' DIY project creates quite the polished product.
Assembled on a sturdy piece of IKEA furniture, this low-resolution veneer was quite the mathematical challenge. Designed by Quentin T, 'Hey! A LEGO Table' used 576 toy blocks in white, gray and black, and required the help of a PalletteCounter app to figure out how many bricks would be needed in each shade.
'Hey! A LEGO Table' Creates an 8-Bit Serving Surface
1. Pixelated Patterns in Interiors - Opportunity for furniture and home decor companies to create pixelated-inspired designs for a retro aesthetic in interiors.
2. DIY LEGO Projects - Opportunity for makers and toy companies to create DIY LEGO projects that allow consumers to customize their own furniture and decor.
3. Mathematical Design Challenges - Opportunity for educational toy companies to create mathematical design challenges that combine learning and creativity.
1. Furniture and Home Decor - Opportunity for furniture and home decor companies to incorporate pixelated patterns into their product designs.
2. Toy Manufacturing - Opportunity for toy manufacturing companies to create DIY LEGO projects and expand their product offerings.
3. Education and Learning - Opportunity for educational toy companies to create math-based design challenges that engage and educate children.