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It starts small, with a single Lego set received as a gift. But inevitably, the collection grows, and soon a tide of colorful plastic bits and pieces is threatening to swamp the house. FamilyFun crafter Kimberly Stoney, mom to 10-year-old Lego fan Elliott, knows this story all too well. Undaunted, she devised a simple, inexpensive building bench that provides a work area, display space, and plenty of drawers for keeping track of all those treasured little bricks.
IKEA Hackers - takes inexpensive (and not always attractive) IKEA products and turns them into other things. Yay for re-purposing! This one is a lego table made from a Lack table. More then $30, $18 for the table, and then I paid $25 for the lego base boards, so $43, not bad though!!
LEGO Table from IKEA. The bins (also from IKEA) are made to slide into all the nice slots. The table top is made from a 5' x 5' piece of baltic birch plywood cut to 4' 8". I rounded the corners of the top, routed 1/8" edge, and sanded it using an orbital sander. spray paint which matched the blue LEGO color exactly, and then a clear coat) bought from Home Depot.