LEGO Announced a Succulents Collection That You’ll Never Have to Water

LEGO Announced a Succulents Collection That You’ll Never Have to Water

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Why get your mom a bouquet of flowers that will only last a few days when you can get her one that can last forever?

LEGO has announced two new additions — an orchid and a set of succulents — to its Botanicals Collection of artificial florals that you build instead of grow. The first one is a 608-piece, 15-inch-high orchid that features six large flowers and two smaller newly-opened buds, with the bloom potted inside a blue fluted vase.

“A challenge with this set was creating a cylindrical pot from LEGO elements that would be fun to build but also beautiful to look at,” said lead designer Michael Psiaki.

Fun fact: the orchid was inspired by a real one in the LEGO office. And while the artificial version might not be scented like the original, it sure just as elegant.

The second set features a 771-piece arrangement of nine succulent varieties, including a couple of cacti and what looks to be aloe. You can choose to group the plants together to form a mini garden on a shelf, or space them out to add pops of color around the house.

Best of all? No watering or sunlight needed. Your mom can enjoy the aesthetic of having “greenery” around, minus the stress that comes with keeping houseplants alive.

“Perfect as a thoughtful gift for a plant lover or for adding the finishing interior design touches, the new sets are designed to provide an immersive building experience for adults that lets creativity bloom,” the company said.

LEGO Now Has a Home Collection That Features Stackable Storage Solutions

LEGO Now Has a Home Collection That Features Stackable Storage Solutions

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In LEGO fashion, the storage solutions are stackable — just like their tiny counterparts. So once a LEGO drawer is full, you can simply buy another one and stack that on top to increase capacity.

Made from sustainably sourced red oak instead of plastic, the pieces have a minimalist aesthetic that seems more fitting in a West Elm showroom than on a toy store shelf. The material also serves as a playful nod to the company’s history, as the first LEGO blocks were made of wood.

According to Room Copenhagen CEO Jacob Eberhard, the idea for the collection came about after years of the company creating LEGO-inspired furniture for children.

“Room Copenhagen is well versed in creating and producing upscaled LEGO bricks for children’s storage and organization in the home and this launch takes our collaboration with the LEGO Group to the next level, in terms of expanding the product line to target adults,” he said in a press release. “We trialed it with the launch of the LEGO Originals Wooden Minifigure and the success of that product inspired us to bring out an entire range in the same material.”

Best of all? You’ll never step on them and hurt your foot.

The LEGO x Room Copenhagen collection is now available at LEGO’s online shop and Room Copenhagen’s website.