If you have kids, I’m sure that they love LEGO because even the adults do. To make playing Lego more enjoyable and prevent steeping on the pieces on the floor you can make a cool LEGO table for your kids to play. Today I’m sharing tutorials to make such tables from IKEA items, mostly tables but sometimes storage shelves also. let’s get started.
The piece number one is made of Gulliver changing table by IKEA and Lego base plates. The table was assembles, painted and some hooks were attached to the corners to hang buckets for details. The craft is pretty easy and won’t take much time.
IKEA Lack table is another perfect piece to turn into a Lego table. Just paint it the way you like and then attach Lego base plates. Using Lego bricks, join your plates together. You will see that there should be a slight gap between the plates. You want to space the plates so that they will work properly for building on top of later.
One more craft including IKEA Lack table is a bit more creative and will take more time. Here you’ll see hanging buckets and boxes for storage underneath; I love metal spice canisters attached to the table to hold smaller details.
Ikea Trofast wall storage unit can become a base for another Lego table. Here you’ll see wheels attached and plastic drawers for storing Lego pieces, the table is finished dark but you can choose any finish you want.
This table is also made of 2 Trofast shelves. In the store, you buy the frame and storage tubs separately from each other, and they only have black and white tubs in the store. Here you’ll see white tubs but you can choose any.
IKEA Ingo dining table and IKEA Trofast buckets can comprise a whole cool Lego table for your kids. Decide how many buckets you want and then just cut out the wood in the table to place your buckets there. Attach Lego base plates and voila!
One more Lego table is shaped, painted and made especially for those who prefer playing with cars. The craft isn’t difficult, you need just a dark finish and some Lego Duplo base plates to attach.
The next tutorial is super easy! Buy IKEA Lack side table on casters and paint it the way you like. Then just attach Lego base plates and voila! Place some tubs or cubbies under the top to store Lego items.
IKEA Lack coffee table + clear shirt drawers and compartment trays make a perfect Lego table. Attach Lego base to the top and then put drawers and compartments underneath the top for comfy Lego storage.
One more Lego table from IKEA Lack! Here you’ll see a magnetic strip with spice canisters for small details and a rail for hanging buckets – simple and functional.