50+ DIYs to Build a Lego Table
Lego tables offer a convenient space to build Lego. Not only that, they offer ample storage area for the Lego that otherwise would land up in every corner of the house after the kids have finished playing with them. Here are a few plans of making Lego tables that would be a treasured addition to the kid’s playroom. Add chairs and ottomans and you have a complete setup.
Lego pieces end up being scattered everywhere after your little one has finished hours of play with them. Here is a sliding table that keeps the kid’s play area clutter free.
This simple procedure takes only about an hour to finish. Measure the table beforehand so that the base plates can be of the required dimensions.
The above-linked tutorial needs to line up the base plates above a Trofast system. It is important to keep a gap between each plate so that the Lego blocks can be utilized on the entire surface. The storage drawers increase the utility of the table.
An octagonal Lego table lends a contemporary appeal to the living room. The tricolor multiple level base of the table top in green, blue and gray signify land, water and urban buildings respectively. Similarly, you can design a hexagonal table.
This DIY uses Lego blocks to hold the building plates together on an Ikea Lack table. They allow the drying and curing process of the Gorilla glue applied on the building plates to make them stick on the table.
This one makes use of an Ikea Ingo dining table and Ikea Trofast buckets for built-in storage. It is damn easy and cool.
Trofast storage boxes can take care of all the Lego blocks under a single roof (the table top). Make your own timber runners to install the boxes and make them slide under the table.
A Trofast Storage unit with plastic bins is the base of this Lego table. Sewer pipe caps are attached at the sides to give the table a Lego theme.
Wheels allow this Lego table to be moved to any convenient corner of the house to play comfortably. An Ikea Lack side table on casters has been modified into a Lego table.
You may want to attach a pink Trofast bin for storage at the bottom for customizing it for girls.
In this building method, Lego flats are glued to a table by liquid nails. Space them properly with the aid of Lego blocks, use books to add some weight on them helping the curing process. You would need a power drill and screws to add rails, magnet strips and buckets from Ikea.
This is not only a Lego table but can be used for a multitude of other activities. It is because only one side of the table top has the base plates attached to it and it is plain on the other side. This property makes it a convertible Lego table where you can build with Lego blocks or do some other activity as per your choice.
It is the usual gluing of the Lego plates to a table in this step by step with a small difference. Low-tack painter’s tape is applied along the edges of the table to stop things from getting messy in the gluing process.
Tacky glue works on Lego flats that need to be attached to an Ikea bench. Trofast bins look after the storage part.
A huge Lego table would be a great base for making a Lego city. The main components of this project are an Ikea lack coffee table and 4 extra large baseplates having Velcro sticky backs. Storage bins are optional.
This large Lego table with storage is of adjustable height. We loved the idea of covering one side of the shelf with green baseplates and the other smooth for building without the baseplates.
This storage unit is nothing but 2 bookshelves joined by plywood. Trofast bins fill the gaps of the shelves and house the all the Lego.
This step by step first creates the legs of the table from 2 X 4 ‘ Ikea pieces. They are glued and screwed to the bottom of an Expedit desk. Click the above link to know more.
This table has the looks of land and sea alternating with each other. What with the use of green and blue base plates. They were first laid down on the table and their borders were marked to prevent any unevenness.
A set of 4 wood crates is used in the making of this Lego table. The topper is multi-faceted. It has separate sections for Lego, clay and magic sand, drawing and chalkboard.
For this jumbo Lego table, a wood board needs to be painted in your desired color of choice and left for drying. As it will be used regularly by kids, give it a second coat of paint. The Lego base plates are pasted to one side of the board. The storage space is abundant.
A mesh storage or net is attached to the center of the table with screws for storing the Lego blocks. It hangs from below the square hole in the middle.
A Lego Lack table is the main ingredient for this DIY. 4 sheets of alternating colors were Gorilla glued to the top of the table. To ensure continuous build, Lego were placed in between the sheets.
An old end table can be sanded and repainted to transform itself into a Lego table. Yellow and brown would look good on it. Lego plates are Gorilla glued to the top.
A cheap coffee table has been transformed into this good-looking Lego table. The trick is to cut the base plates of appropriate size so that they fit the table top before gluing them down.
This Lego table was built as a Christmas gift. If you want to personalize, you can write the recipient’s or owner’s name with chalk on the black part of the table.
31. Lego Table Tray
For this handmade Lego table, you should scroll down to the post dated Jan 20, 2012, of the above-linked article. It suits a classroom setting.
41. Craft Lego Table
Though the tutorial teaches you step by step to create a coffee table with hidden play areas for Lego blocks and trains, you can recreate the plan on a smaller table with a detachable top.
Just stick Lego boards over this pallet table and you are done. The instructions for the pallet table can be read by clicking on the above link.
The DIY tables that are mainly Ikea hacks would suit age groups ranging from 1 to 10-year-olds, teenagers and adults. Old tables can be upcycled to create great Lego tables that would be an instant hit with the kids. Increase or decrease the number of chairs according to the number of players.
Published on September 21st 2017 by Peyton Derrida