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Super Simple DIY Lego Table Ideas
You May Already Have The Things Needed To Make A Lego Table
When looking for a Lego Table for kids you may find that what your looking for is way out of budget, they can be expensive especially if your looking for a large table for Legos with storage. A good alternative is to make your own.
Don't worry it does not have to be an overwhelming process. While there are plenty of free woodworking plans for Lego tables out there for those with such skills there area also a lot of really cool ways to make very cheap Lego tables out of things we already have around the home.
Cheap Lego Table Made Out Plastic Kids Tables
This awesome Lego table was done and created by a mom blogger at whatarewedoingtodaymom.blogspot.com, go check out her blog post for more information on how to put everything together.
I loved this Lego table idea because it is just such an easy set up I just do not think it could be any easier. Many can find these plastic tables in their own home or a storage shed somewhere. If not keep your eyes open at yards sells, if you do not want to wait you can always get them for low cost new.
Lego Table Made Out Of Things Found Around The House
Lego Table Made Out Of Workbench And Book Shelves
Have a bookshelf and some other furniture laying around? You may just be able to create a Lego table like this Ikea Hacker.
You may not have Ikea furniture laying around but if you have similar furniture you may be able to recreate the idea.
Find out more about how they turned some furniture into a kids Lego table here.
Simple Cheap Wooden DIY Lego Table
This Lego table was made from wood from a hardware store for under $50's. While not all of us may want to do some measuring it may be a cool project for the want a be or the newbie to get their hands wet on.
To find out more about the super simple wood Lego table Christie made go to http://www.thriftyandthriving.com.
Fast and Easy Make Your Own Small Lego Table
Simple, classic, cheap, uses up little space, economical, durable and just plain cute are all the great qualities of the simple Lego table made by Janet of ordinarymom.ca. Go check out her blog to find just how she did it.
My favorite part about the look is that it looks like it should be that way, but it only probably took a few minutes to make it into a Lego table after you get the table how you want it.
You could really do a lot with this idea.
Lego Table With Magnetic Strip For Storage
While this table has is similar to other Lego tables shown, the storage feature is what I like most about it. While the plastic tubs for large amounts of Legos is a must, I like the side magnetic storage for small special pieces.
To find out more about this super simple lego table that took less then $50's to make go check out Kristian's blog post on kojo-designs.com.
Lego Table Made Out Of Cheap Kids Folding Table
If your cute growing kid has a kids folding table laying around it may be time to but it to good use by adding a Lego storage try underneath. This Lego table was just so darn simple and cheap I would have never thought of this idea. This idea would be also a great way to turn an unused folding table into something that is used all the time. To find out just how it is done go visit beorganizedsavemoney.wordpress.com.
Make Your Own Wooden Lego Table For Two With Storage
While this project is not for everyone, I just could not forget this awesome Lego table done by woodandwineclub.blogspot.com.
The design was inspired by two different tables plans they found online. To find out more about the design and how to make the lego table yourself visit their blog.
Lego Plates That Go On Tope Of Lego Tables
Lego Table Made Out Of Old Table
This idea is great for those wanting to make a Lego table out of something they already have or maybe find at a yard sale.
I like how the table looks like it could fit in a home full of antiques and not be a total eyesore. To find out more about how this blogger did there lego table go to www.justalittlecreativity.com.
Free Lego Contruction Wooden Table Plan
If your ready to get the measuring tape out and get a little messy this could be a really fun project. I like how their project turned out by you really could do a lot with the idea to turn it into your own masterpiece Lego Table.
To how to do this Lego table and find free Lego construction table plan go to instructables.com.
Side Table Made Into Professional Looking Lego Table
Make A Lighted Lego Table
If your looking for a simple and easy do it yourself lego table that looks like it was done professionally this one is a great one. It is made from an IKEA table.
To find the detail on how it was done and how easy it was go to ericjosie.blogspot.com.
Make Your Own Duplo Lego Table
DIY Lego Duplo Coffee Table Lego Table
While this table is similar to one of the tables above I just think the idea of making a lego type desk for your little one is very cute. As they graduate to the smaller Legos just change the base plate.
To find out more about this table and how to make it go to meetthedubiens.com.
Turn A Small Bed Stand Into A Lego Table
This Lego Table is for Duplo LEGOS But Can Easily Be Made For Regular LEGOS
If you have an extra bed stand laying around the house or garage this may be a cute idea. My favorite thing about this Lego table is that it would work in small bedrooms or in the corner of a house somewhere out of the way.
To find out more about this lego table and how this blogger made this cute bed stand Lego table go to kidsplayideas.com.
Fun alternatives For Lego Tables
Cheaper, Easier and Great For Small Spaces
Make Your Own Lego Wall
While it may not replace the dire for a Lego table I could not finish this post without mentioning the Lego wall. It is a simple project that can be done fast and the kids would love it.
I have seen it done in magazines where whole walls and even rooms was covered in Lego base plates, although I like the simplicity of the just a little bit of the wall done this way.
The project in the photo was done by Mom/Craft Blogger Randi to find out more about her project and how she made the Lego wall go to www.dukesandduchesses.com.