Legomaniacs can do more than just build things from Lego bricks! You can display your passion in your home with furnishings made from Lego bricks, home products from the Lego company, and products that have that familiar (if not company-sanctioned) shape.
Design your own building block furniture with Luna Blocks, which come in many sizes and shapes, but all fit together. The only limit is your imagination!
Luna Block materials range from steel to pillow-soft foam. See a showcase of different furniture configurations at DVICE.
This lamp is 100 times the size of a Lego brick. It features LED illumination and snap-off nubs so you can store pens and such inside. Available from 25togo in Taiwan for about US $50.
Brighten up your computer desk with this building block USB flash drive. They look like the Lego bricks you love, and come in lots of colors. You might also be interested in a USB hand crank that can charge any USB gadget. Make your own from Lego bricks with help from Instructables.
Professional Lego sculptor Eric Harshbarger built this functional grandfather clock of Lego bricks, including the clockworks! The only parts that aren't made of Legos are the weights and the filaments holding the weights. You'll find many more Lego clocks in this list.
A firm once hired a highly-desired employee who stipulated that he wanted a desk made of Legos. The company said sure, but when they realized you can't just go out and buy such a thing, they contacted Eric Harshbarger. He had the desk built in a couple of weeks, which involved putting 35,000 bricks together. Harshbarger then turned the desk upside down, disassembled it brick by brick, and reassembled it as he glued the pieces together! The price of the desk hasn't been disclosed, but if you ever have the clout to demand such a perk from an employer, you have arrived.
Bed and Bath
Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories recently posted several kitchenware items made from Legos, such as a napkin holder, fruit bowl, and a vase. These are simple touches that can be taken apart, so they could also be a way to store your Legos between other projects.
That birthday party will need ice. Make yours in a Lego ice tray. You can freeze different colors of Kool-Aid in it to resemble actual bricks.
Jelly Candy Mold
Instructables member SFHandyman made his own food mold using actual Lego bricks. This involves creating a negative mold of food grade silicone. He then used it to make jelly candy!
This flatware is not flat! Snack and Stack forks, spoons and knives have handles shaped like Legos, and you can lock them together for storage. Therefore, they don't take up as much space as you'd think, plus they won't fall out of your picnic basket.
Using all of these products at once might scare away members of the opposite sex, but if you find someone who shares your Lego passion, you'll know in an instant.