This nightstand consists of an outer concrete shell that was formed with legos and a wood drawer that is faced with a piece of live edge walnut. This is the project that I am most proud of aesthetically. I don’t often use hardwoods in my projects since it is expensive but this piece of live edge walnut came from my parent’s backyard. This is my third large Lego and concrete project and so far the Legos are holding up just fine. Most of the dried concrete flakes off the Lego bricks. Some small pieces can be scraped or brushed off with a toothbrush. Only use cold water and mild non-abrasive soaps to clean the bricks. If you have a mesh bag for laundering delicates you can place the bricks in the bag and wash it in a washing machine with the water temperature set to cold. Do not use hot water or you will warp the bricks.

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