10 Amazing DIY Lego TablesaleksDIY Crafts0 Comments 0 10. Sliding Table Chuck Rinehart This beautiful DIY table looks professionally made. Besides having a number of separated storage compartments, this table is made with foldable legs and a handle for easy carrying. 9. Lego Top pinterest.com Although this Lego table doesn’t contain any storage within itself, it makes up for it in surface area. The entire top of the table is covered with Lego plates. 8. Multi-Kid Amber McLean This table is perfect for those with more than one Lego enthusiast at home. The huge table — complete with 8 building areas comes with a valley perfect for block storage. 7. Sliding Table interiormotive101.blogspot.ca If you don’t have a lot of room to work with, but would still like a Lego table then this DIY option is for you. This table is hardly a table, but rather a play area that sits on 4 casters and easily slides under the bed when not in use. 6. The Minimalist Apartment Therapy As you can tell from the image, this project requires minimal resources. To pull this off all you need is a plain old IKEA table and a few Trofast buckets. Create cutouts for the buckets and place some sizeable Lego baseplates and you’re all set! 5. Lego Rich Trina Hodges This huge workstation is perfect for people with a lot of room to work with and endless supplies of Lego. As you can see, this table has enough real estate to sit at least 6 playing kids. 4. The Traveler pinterest.com Although this is not the largest Lego table in the world, it’s certainly one of the most convenient ones. It’s super easy to make and it’s perfect for the Lego enthusiast that likes to carry their blocks around. 3. Lego City Michelene Decrow Although this isn’t exactly a workstation, the Logo City table was still worthy of this list. This fin idea will let your kids continually add to their creation, without the need for clean up. 2. Portable Lego Kit pinterest.com Another portable Lego solution – perfect for kids not willing to let go of their obsession. This kit will provide both storage as well as building area, all within a small metal lunch box. 1. Play Table centsationalgirl.com This amazing Lego table is what dreams are made of. Not only does it serve as a play area for lego, but it includes storage for the blocks when not in use. To replicate this sweet project at home all you need is an IKEA coffee table and a few plastic containers. To take this table to the next level you can instal some Lego plates on the table’s surface — as seen above.