Here is a birthday present for my first grandchild. It’s made from a KALLAX shelving unit (single cube) and a Branäs basket.
For the playing surface I glued a LEGO Duplo basic baseplate with the dimensions: 15 by 15 inches with double sided carpet tape on the top of the KALLAX piece.
The basket I filled with several Duplo Basic bricks with several colours. It’s just that simple.
~ by Henk
Take a look at these other LEGO play and store tables.
David built this LEGO station for his nephew to help him sort and store over 9,000 pieces of LEGO bricks. That’s a small mountain of bricks, but this LEGO station keeps them all in and sorted. See how to build one.
A simple, budget hack using IKEA products to create a fabulous LEGO table that the kids will love at a fraction of the cost of an ‘official one‘ with built in storage to help them keep their LEGOs organised and handy. See how it’s done.
The only thing that beats playing with LEGO is playing LEGO with friends. Make a LEGO table for 4. It’ll be a hit at playdates. Click here for details.
Edyta saw a similar LEGO play table on another site but it was too colorful and too small. So she made one in the color scheme she liked and added in a lot more brick storage. This table is all IKEA elements except for the LEGO plates on top. Read more.