If we no longer need the shelves in a particular room, we can move them, repaint them, reconfigure them, or even chop them up and reuse the wood for something else. Ah, the beauty of wood.
So when the Lego situation in our son’s room got out of control (again), we knew shelves would be the answer. He had plenty of building surface thanks to the two (massive) Lego countertops we built last February. But they were getting cluttered with all of the finished pieces he didn’t want to take apart.
If he had a few shelves, we reasoned, he could display those creations until they were ready to be turned into something new.
We decided on six shelves, since six is his lucky number. (He was born on 6/6/10.) Three on either side of his bedroom window, as long as we could make them …