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Published on January 14th, 2014 | by Basil

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Small Artist-Table





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This is a birthday-present for a two-year-old li´l princess. When she saw the unequipped table first time, she asked instantly for the crayons. Strike!

LÄTT table with two chairs.
BYGEL bar and cups.
BLECKA hooks.
MALA paper-roll.
piece of a broomstick.
drawer made of canvas, hardboard, hotglue, some screws and two magnetic catches.
painting and decoration: white prime coat and semi-gloss acrylic paint („leaf green“ and „kiwi“).
desktop sealed with silicone-rubber.

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Have fun !
Basil

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7 Responses to Small Artist-Table

  1. Michelle says:

    Looks gorgeous! Would be something for our 1,5 year old, too, as we have just bought a little table and chairs as well and she just started to draw her first pictures! Thanks for sharing this idea, greetings from Germany! :)

    Michelle

  2. Basil says:

    In fact, under the desktop there is a drawer (with a simple magnetic-lock) for finished artwork. You can see it only on the not published pictures I posted. But this was the idea: a hidden drawer – also to have enough space under the table, to sit and work comfortable. Greetings from Basil to all hackers and interested persons.

  3. Jay Banks says:

    Oh, this is gorgeous! The combination of paper and the crayons magazine is a real gem. A good friend of mine has a daughter of 4 years of age and she started drawing excessively recently, I think she would love this. Thank you for the inspiration!

  4. Philipp says:

    Here’s my idea for a paper holder with cutting bar:
    http://blog.podstuff.de/a-painting-table-for-kids/

  5. claire says:

    Hi. I can’t quite understand how you built the lift up drawer, which is genius. Do you have a link for instructions? Thanks.

  6. Laurie says:

    Hi, on the rod that holds the paper, I see a thinner section that rests on the hook and then it looks like there is some sort of end cap on the very end of the rod outside of the hook. How do you do that if you don’t have a lathe and have basically no woodworking experience? Thanks!

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