Organizing, Sorting, Storing, and Displaying your LEGO collection.
Most LEGO builders know that there are thousands of different LEGO parts in production, and some parts are a lot more common than others. Let’s find out which parts are the most common, which parts are available in the widest selection of colors, and which parts have become a lot more popular in the last few years!
Let’s take a detailed look at this premium Minifigure display case by iDisplayit, which is featured in The LEGO Storage Guide. Maybe it would be perfect for your collection?
LEGO Brick Labels 3.1
Version 3.1 focuses on two things: New parts released since last fall, and “common” parts which were missing from the collection. (This included a lot of propeller parts which are quite common, but were not included in the collection until now.)
Bringing back one retired LEGO color in 2018 raises an important question—how useful are the 39 colors that we already have? Let’s see how many colors are available in enough different parts that you can actually build what you want!
LEGO Storage Guide in the News
It is a great honor to hear positive feedback from so many readers, and welcome new visitors from around the world.
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LEGO Brick Labels 3.0
In addition to new labels, version 3.0 has more consistent file and folder names, a more consistent scale for images of basic parts, and a separate folder containing just those labels new for this version.