Building your own table for Lego construction can be challenging, fun, and rewarding. If you’re looking for inspiration or ideas, you came to the right place. Here you’ll see a detailed DIY Lego Table design plan – which was created by someone with significant carpentry experience. Before you undertake this, I would recommend the following:
- Think of how your kid plays with Lego – and how much Lego they have.
- Perhaps more or less storage is required
- Perhaps the double sided top surface isn’t required – this can simplify the build significantly
Picture the table in front of you. You don’t have to follow these plans step by step – you can take it in a different direction, change the measurements or design. If you’re doing this DIY, then take advantage that you can customise what you build each step of the way.
DIY Lego Table With Storage Plans
Here are links to download the plans:
This design consists of a rectangular table, with 4 legs at each corner, a top surface with changeable surface (Lego base on one side, flat surface on the other for arts & crafts), as well as 2 layers of easily accessible storage.
Now that we have the end product in mind, here are the steps to take to get there! A certain level of experience with carpentry and DIY work is required for this build. If you are bewildered by the following images, then please get assistance from someone more experienced and make it a team effort!
DIY Lego Table Instructions
Step 1: Build the legs / support structure.
Step 2: Complete shelving, and table top surface
Additional Notes: Finish, Materials, Tools. You can chose from a range of materials, colours, finishes and fixtures – here are some ideas to get you started:
If you do like the look of this design, but have questions about building it, please get in touch. We can forward your questions to the designer. If any part of the build is unclear we can get back to you with further details. If you make your own Lego table, please let us know! We’d love to write about it, and show our readers what’s possible.