We’re first on line when it comes to LEGO-esque furniture, so we were especially excited to stumble upon Muebloc. Not only does this modular furniture system feature blocks that can create different combinations–including bedside tables, dressers, wardrobes, and desks–each block is available in a variety of wood finishes. And although we love the brightly colored blocks from some of Mueblocs competitors, we’re happy to welcome a more neutral palette to the LEGO furniture family.
Muebloc was created by Chilean designer Francis Raab. The interior structure of the block is made from plywood and the exterior facing sides are pine. The variety of wood finishes are achieved with either natural dyes or water-based varnish.
The possible furniture combinations are almost endless, but to get the idea train running, the folks at Muebloc have already put a few options together on their website.
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Photos via Muebloc