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Stackable Brick Mugs for LEGO Lattes

by Paul Strauss

If you work in an office where people are constantly stealing your coffee mug from the staff kitchen, here’s a fun way to keep all your mugs organized. You can stack numerous coffee mugs in these interlocking LEGO-like cubbies, giving each person their own little place to store their mug.

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Each square ceramic mug slides neatly into its cubbyhole, and you can pretty much have as many mug cubbies as you want. Though I’m guessing if you stack them more than three or four rows high without some sort of sticky stuff to hold them against the wall.

Individual stackable mugs go for $19.99(USD) each, while a set of four sells for $74.99 over at ThinkGeek. While that’s not exactly cheap for a set of mugs, they’re definitely some of the cooler ones you’ll find. I guess you could always build a structure from actual LEGO bricks, and buy some of these.

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