How to Make a LEGO Toilet

Updated February 21, 2017

One of the most enjoyable features of Lego is its ability to imitate life in the hands of a skilled builder. Creative minds can make everything from spaceships to doll houses. Whether your Lego people are taking a trip to the farthest reaches of the universe or a stroll down the block to a friend's house, it's reasonable to assume they might need to use the facilities. With a few simple pieces, you can create a miniature toilet made from Lego.

Set a white, three-sided Lego block resembling a rooftop piece on a green Lego base board such that the outer, slanted edges face up. This piece will form the base of the toilet.

Fill the centre of the first piece with two white "L" blocks which look like miniature benches such that the vertical "bench backs" face up.

Connect a flat 1x2 piece to the top left edge of the toilet base unit. Connect a regular 1x2 piece to the top right edge of the unit.

Connect the white or grey flag piece to a white 1x2 piece with hinges. Attach that to the top right edge of the toilet base. Your shape should now appear like a toilet base with a grey lid.

Connect the two-block piece with the flag to the right side of your shape. Your shape should now begin to look like a toilet.

Connect a standard 1x2 piece to the top right edge of the toilet. That piece will form the toilet's tank. Connect the one remaining flat white 1x2 piece to the right side of the toilet to form the tank lid.

Things You'll Need

  • Green Lego base board
  • White Lego blocks
  • 2 white "L" or bench-shaped pieces
  • 2 white 1x2 flat pieces
  • 2 white 1x2 pieces
  • 1 white 1x2 piece with hinges connecting it to a small cylindrical pole
  • 1 flag piece in white or grey
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