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IKEA LEGO Table Hacks
The newest IKEA catalogue arrived this week so I’m in a bit of an IKEA hack mood. I never tire of seeing what creative people have done with a piece of flat pack furniture!
Today I’ve been checking out how to make an IKEA LEGO table, and there are so many awesome ideas! I found everything from DUPLO tables and an extra large LEGO table with storage to a full on LEGO building workstation!
As always be sure to scroll all the way to the end so you don’t miss any of the great ideas. And don’t forget to pin your favourites as you go!
Ikea Hack Duplo Table
It doesn’t get any easier than glueing a base plate to a Lack side table to make a LEGO table that’s the perfect size for a little one to play with their DUPLO blocks. I love the idea of adding command hooks to the front to hang storage bags from! (via Pinterest)
IKEA Lack LEGO Table
Here’s another idea using Lack side tables. I like how they’re arranged in the corner, so they’re out of the way, but there’s still room for two children to build and play together. It looks like a map has been painted on the tables to use for building a LEGO Friends scene rather than a building mat. (via Pinterest)
LEGO meets Lack
If you have room for something bigger try making a LEGO table out of a Lack coffee table instead. I love how the shelves have been used to store plastic boxes of bricks. Those road plates are pretty cool I’ve never seen those before! (via Centsational Style)
LEGO Table IKEA Hack
Here’s another hack using the same Lack coffee table. Ashley used shirt boxes to store the LEGO bricks in which I thought was a clever idea. I like how the base plates are a sand colour so the table would fit into a grown up space. (via Fancy Ashley)
IKEA Hack! Freaking Awesome Lego Table
I love this LEGO play table because it’s on casters, which means it can be wheeled around the house to tidy it away, or to separate quarrelling children! Apparently this particular table isn’t available anymore but if you click through Meaghan suggests an alternative. (via The Decorated Cookie)
An IKEA TROFAST Rolling LEGO Table
I love Trofast units for playroom storage but I would never have thought to turn one into a LEGO table! It’s genius really, after all the storage bins are already there so you just need to add a baseplate on top. I love the addition of the wood battens on the side to act as a shelf for the minifigs! (via IKEA Hackers)
IKEA Hack Lego Table
Of course if one Trofast unit just isn’t big enough try putting two of the triple units together so your children can create a large masterpiece! (via Frugal Fun 4 Boys)
Or go super sized and put FOUR triple Trofast units together for the ultimate LEGO table! (via Flickr)
DIY LEGO Table
If you love the supersized table but need some pictures to help you figure out how to make one check this tutorial out. This one has a clever trim around the edges to stop the bricks tumbling off. (via Flipping for First)
DIY LEGO Table
If your child prefers to sit at a table to build his LEGO creations check out this hack which uses an Ingo dining table and a couple of Trofast buckets for storing the bricks. You’ll need to use a jigsaw to cut the holes for the buckets. (via A Little of This – a Little of That)
Adjustable LEGO Table with Storage
Or how about this clever idea which uses those trusty Trofast units again, and has a clever table top that raises up as your child grows! (via That Mommy Blog)
The Ultimate LEGO Table
And for the serious LEGO fan who eats, sleeps and breathes their creations you cannot beat this amazing workstation. With plenty of storage for all of those bricks, and a huge expanse of table top for building those big box sets! (via Seeded at the Table)
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