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The final solution!!! hahaha
Actually, that would not work for us unfortunately. The lip would not be tall enough for us. Also, legos seriously travel in this house. My boys build a lot of Bionicles and other creatures and they are mobile.
Here is what works for us:
We have banned legos for their bedroom. That only works for awhile, but we keep reinforcing it. I have now told them they can have Bionicles in their room. We keep the bulk of the Legos in a big (30 gallon) sterilite bin that stays in the garage (in rainy winter) or outside during summer. There is a huge sheet with it and they can dump their legos onto the sheet and return them to the bin when they are done. Inside, there are a few well placed smaller lego bins that satisfy them for day to day use.
I am glad you have found a solution that works for you though!
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