Published on February 6th, 2013 | by Jules IKEAHacker


Malm Lego Table

Materials: Malm 2 drawer chest, large dowel, spray paint, Lego base plate, glue

Description: I was looking to make my grand-daughter a Lego table. The ones I saw were either too large or I didn’t like the storage. The Malm 2 draw chest was the perfect size. I spray painted it Lego colors, cut the large dowel into approx 2 inch “slices” and glued them on the front to make “giant Legos”, and glued the base plate onto the top.

~ Kathy T, Long Island NY

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4 Responses to Malm Lego Table

  1. Connie Walsh says:

    Love it, play area and storage all in one!!

  2. Mamma Miriam says:

    LOVE it! I might try this with my son’s MALM dresser. He would love it.

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is very clever. Nicely done!

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