Kirk, aka kirkbauer, shows us an excellent way to display sets using slatwall, which is more usually seen in shops:
My story is a bit unusual. I had very little LEGO growing up, and what I had was very oriented towards young children. So there were no dark ages for me. But when 21309 NASA Apollo Saturn V was released I thought it was the coolest thing I had ever seen. I quickly bought it and built it and loved it.
That’s the first time I really understood that LEGO made products that looked like real things, and as an adult with little imagination I prefer that. I went on a spending streak and picked up lots of sets that reproduced real things, then started getting modular buildings, then even more. In my typical fashion I went a bit crazy and had to turn our guest room into a LEGO room. This also gave me the opportunity to set up a good LEGO table for my two daughters who were at the perfect age to start getting into LEGO.
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