I don't know a kid that doesn't like to play with LEGOs. And if yours isn't there yet, they will get to that point. But they need the proper setup to make the play comfortable and exciting. And today, I'd like to share 10 LEGO table ideas that kids would be excited about. The best part is you can make one yourself! So let's see what we've got!
I made this LEGO table for my nephews, and I'm thinking of making a similar one for my kids. Our playroom room isn't that big, so I'll customize it and make a smaller version. But still very exciting!
Vineta, Handiman's daughter, found a super easy solution to contain and store all LEGO pieces. This table is easy to make but will keep parents' sanity intact.
You can read how to make it here.
3. A drop-leaf lego table (another IKEA hack)
Ashley, from At home with Ashley, took a drop-leaf lego table and turned it into a LEGO table—a simple but impactful way to upgrade LEGO splaying space for your kid.
Brittany created a unique design of a small LEGO table with storage. The best part of it, it has a reversible top and can also serve as an art table for your toddler! Brilliant!
You can find a tutorial on how to make it here.
Douglas has created a shelf surrounding the train table; I must admit, it is genius! The clean-up is so easy; you can just shovel all the pieces to the sides, and you are good to go!
Heidi, from Flipping for first, combined four trofast units to create a LEGO table with extra storage! Her kids won't have a problem to find places for their lego pieces.
Mike, from I like to make stuff, surprised everyone again and made this functional LEGO table with a sliding top. Now he doesn't have to worry about looking at LEGOs from anywhere - they all are hidden inside. Brilliant!
Agnes converted dream cart into DIY LEGO table and I absolutely love this idea! It folds so could be put away, has storage and very functional. Now I'm thinkin got make something similar from scratch.
Look at this cuttest LEGO table - it was coverted from an old side table into this LEGO fun table. You can literally take any sidetable and convert into a LEGO table - food for thought ;D
This easy IKEA hack will not only create a lot of room for playing and storage, but also the tabletop can be adjusted to the right height and grow with your kids. Great idea!
I hope you enjoyed these ten DIY LEGO table ideas and found an inspiration for the one you will make this weekend.
As always, let me know if you have any questions and send me over cool ideas that you have. I'm planning to make one for my kids soon and need some inspiration.