You can now stay in a Lego Airbnb
If you had a childhood, the likelihood is you played with Lego at some point during it. For many of us, Lego was the greatest toy ever created, and despite the rise in technologies such as phones, tablets and games consoles, the little colourful building blocks still remain immensely popular with young children and adults today.
So what if I told you that you can now stay in a house completely of Lego? Sounds to be good to be true, right? Wrong. Take a look at THIS:
For one night only, a family will get to stay in the brand new Lego House built in Billund, Denmark, which was constructed with more than 25 million bricks.
The home consists of two bedrooms, where the beds are nestled in pools filled with lego, and a living room, where you can sit in Lego armchairs as you enjoy a bit of Lego TV. While it may not look the the most comfy place in the world, you'd be hard pressed to find a cooler house to stay in on AirBnb - the company who are running the competition.
The fittings may be a bit lumpy and bumpy, but the house still has some pretty luxurious features. In the master bedroom, you will find the star feature of the property - a six-metre-tall Lego waterfall.
Other cute details include a teddy bear, lamps, an alarm clock, a TV, books and a pet cat which have all been made from bricks.
Not done there though, the winners of the competition will also receive a free lunch served by some friendly Lego robots.
So, what do you have to do in order to be able to stay in this incredible accommodation? Well, firstly you have to be an absolute Lego superfan.
Airbnb are imploring creative Lego builders, both young and old, to put their imagination to test and think of the one thing that they would build with their family if they an infinite amount of Lego bricks to build with.
The person who comes up with the best idea will not only get to enjoy a free night in the Lego House, but they will also get to create their winning idea with the help of professional "master builder" and design specialist Jamie Berard.
Speaking about the competition, Jamie said:
"I am so intrigued to see what people will imagine. We have unlimited bricks here, and in some ways it can be a bit challenging but it also liberates you to imagine something that is truly meaningful and expressive."
"The uniqueness of the opportunity to stay in the home of the Lego brick should hopefully inspire everyone. That’s how I feel when I come here."
James McClure, Airbnb’s general manager for UK and Nordics, added: "This really is a dream come true for any family with a passion for Lego and I doubt there will be much sleeping as there is so much to enjoy in this incredible space."
In order to be in with a chance of winning you need to submit your ideas by November 16, so get your thinking caps on!