Children Legotable

Published on June 25th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Lack LEGO Table





Materials: LACK Side Table

Description: My son has been asking for a LEGO table ever since he saw one at his dentist’s office. After searching for a reasonably priced LEGO table and not finding one, I decided to make him one myself using an IKEA LACK side table. This hack was very inexpensive, very easy to do and my son loves his new LEGO table!

Materials:
- IKEA LACK Side Table (my mom actually had one laying around the house)
- LEGO Duplo Green Building Plate (15″ X 15″) $16.99

Things we had around the house:
- Earthquake Putty
- Two Wall Hooks
- Liquid Nails Adhesive
- Two Tin Buckets

1. Attach the LEGO base plate to the table with Earthquake Putty.

2. Attach 2 hooks to the bottom of the table with liquid nails adhesive.

3. Once the liquid nails adhesive dries (1 hour to dry, 8 hours to cure). Place one bucket on each hook and fill them with LEGOS.

See more of the Lack Lego table.

~ Adriana, Southern California

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Jules IKEAHacker

"I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. My mission is to capture all the wonderful, inspiring, clever hacks and ideas for our much loved IKEA items".

10 Responses to Lack LEGO Table

  1. Elsa says:

    Oooh, I love the simplicity of this, and it looks great. It also seems like it might do the impossible: help keep some of the Lego pieces contained and out from underfoot. Nice!

  2. Lissa says:

    I like the idea of the Lego table but they’re all too big. This one will fit in a bedroom share by three boys PERFECTLY! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Anonymous says:

    awesome idea! will share it with friends and adopt it myself!

  4. Anonymous says:

    wow, so simple but so unique. well done you.

  5. I wish had one of these when I was a kid. Good job!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Why don’t you just screw the hooks on??
    BTW, “hack” does NOT = Simplistic sticking of items to other item!

  7. It is nice to create such interesting stuff for children so that they have fun growing up.I thought you could also ad a cabinet underneath for the storage of the Lego parts.

  8. toy shops says:

    The storage is a useful idea. This helps organize the lego and other stuff.

  9. Adriana says:

    In response “Anonymous Oct 24, 2011 02:37 AM”
    The table is actually hollow and screws would not support the buckets!

  10. Amy Borer says:

    Hows does the earthquake putty work? Is it permanent, and how did you use it under the base plate?
    Thanks! Love this idea!

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