LEGO Ideas is a fantastic program with one unfortunate, unavoidable problem. It starts when fans submit their own original set designs to the site. The public then votes for them, and if they get enough support (10,000 backers), LEGO formally considers them for production. And that’s where the issue starts. For a myriad of reasons—from licensing rights, to cost, to considerations we probably aren’t privy to—even the best designs don’t always become a reality. It’s hard to get excited for our favorite submissions when so few ever make it to store shelves. But the newest batch of LEGO Ideas sets formally going into production include two based on beloved pop culture favorites. Soon you’ll be able to take home the McAllister’s house from
LEGO Ideas third 2019 review results (which we first heard about at
That way you can do what you want with an entire house to yourself.
Another winner is one we’ve been rooting for since we heard about it last summer. We don’t have to ask what’s the deal with Brett Waller’s 900-piece
The final entrant to make the cut is a stellar “working” typewriter from Steve Guinness. It has a hand crank, but doesn’t type.
Not that it matters. This is a stylish LEGO design.
Some amazing entries didn’t make the cut, including the Planet Express ship from
Or to your New York City apartment.