Here at The Brothers Brick, we’ve also been doing a series of articles on sorting, since so many of us find ourselves with extra free time lately due to the stay-at-home orders in many locales. Everyone’s system is different, since it should be designed to fit your needs. Adam’s system is similar to my own, starting with color first and then dividing out in part type, with the occasional diversion to sorting some elements by pure functionality with no regard for color. Many builders have other methods, though, so be sure to check out our article series to learn more about LEGO sorting.
- Storage and building in small spaces: a look at LEGO organization with guest contributor Kevin Moses [Feature]
- It takes all sorts of sorts: LEGO organization and me, Chris Doyle [Feature]
- How to organise and sort your LEGO collection, by the Mad Physicist [Feature]
Adam, being the ultimate DIY-er, though, doesn’t just stop at sorting, but takes it to the next level with a custom-built storage cabinet as well.