We looked all over the place for a Lego table. We finally gave up and decided to make our own. My boys and I worked all Christmas weekend and came up with some good results. There are several optional ways of configuring this so do what's best for your situation. We wanted to have 2 big areas to build the Lego's and a large area in the middle to sort through them.
Step 1: Tools & Materials
- Saw - I just used a regular wood saw for the pvc and it worked fine.
- Hammer - for the trim on the top board (optional)
- Screw Driver
For this project we used 1 1/2" diameter PVC pipe
1 - 2'x4' wood for the top of the table
2 - 10 7/8" long PVC (for the width)
2 - 41 3/8" long PVC (for the Length)
4 - 17 1/2" long PVC (for the legs)
4 - 1 1/2" Caps (for the feet)
4 - Corner pieces
4 - T's
12 - bolts and nuts
Contact Cement (for the Lego pads)
Finishing nails (optional for the trim)
It is much cheaper if you buy the PVC in 9" lengths and cut it down.
Also, I chose the 2' x 4' top because it was already available cut at the hardware store.