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Published on March 10th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Trofast Frame into Concealed Lego Storage Table





Materials: Trofast Frame and Tub, Paint, Fabric, Velcro

Description: I used a Trofast frame and tubs, which start out looking like children’s toy storage. I painted the frame, then designed and sewed fabric flaps that are attached to the frame with concealed velcro. They conceal the Legos and turn the Trofast into a pretty coffee table that coordinates with the rest of the room. The table can be used for snacks and coffee, playing a game, working a puzzle…or building with Legos.

I have explained all the details on my blog.

~ Amy

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Jules IKEAHacker

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3 Responses to Trofast Frame into Concealed Lego Storage Table

  1. Pour Girl says:

    I freakin’ love this. Amazing!

  2. What an interesting concealed storage table. Thanks for the post (and pictures).

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