The FLISAT children’s table is quite a smart little thing. See those white covers? It’s a secret compartment. Open them up and you’ll fit 2 TROFAST storage boxes snug under the top of the table. Your child can reach in and get his or her LEGO bricks – and then — most importantly, sweep everything down into the bin to clean up. Or at least that’s what we all hope the kiddo does!
Lauren has a very simple yet practical hack to turn the FLISAT children’s table into a play table with more storage and better organisation.
- FLISAT table with TROFAST tubs
- ONSKLIG change table containers
- Wood bracket
Simply attach two 8mm pine wood brackets (using screws or nails) to one side of the table. Line these up to the joint in the table. Pre-drill to prevent splitting.
Next, screw one length of 40mm x 19mm pine wood (cut to 445mm) onto the brackets and slide on your containers! Now your table is a play station/storage unit fit for craft materials, LEGO, etc.
~ by Lauren
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