You never think you need LEGO storage until you step on one of those little bricks when you’re barefoot. It seems like the boys never have this problem but I know I’m not just talking about myself here.
I’ve found some amazing DIY LEGO storage ideas you’ll wish you had thought of (sooner!) that are sure to keep the LEGOs organized by color and shape.
I love the LEGO wall but there are some great ideas for creating your own LEGO table too. The 1980s parquet table transformed into a rockin’ lego table is fantastic and I love how a train table has been converted into a LEGO table. Even the LEGO table made from plastic drawer units gives plenty of inspiration for keeping LEGOs off the floor!
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1. 1980s Parquet Table Transformed into a Rockin’ Lego Table
From Infarrantly Creative
Transform an old coffee table into a great place to store your LEGOs. This old 80’s table was updated to a new modern table perfect for building and storing your brick building masterpieces. Glass inserts were replaced with a piece of wood and topped with a brick base. Bins were placed underneath and the entire table was updated with a fresh coat of paint. Be sure to check out yard sales, thrift stores or even family members and pick up an old table that you can transform into the perfect LEGO table.
2. Creating Organized Lego Storage
From I Heart Organizing
If you own LEGOs chances are you are in need of a bit of organizing. This LEGO storage organizes LEGOs by color and helps keep them off the floor. This can also help little builders learn their colors and how to sort. Just grab some storage bins like these used from IKEA and add colors on each bin, like blue, red, white, green, etc. Don’t forget a place for the base boards and mini figures.
3. DIY Lego Storage
From B-Inspired Mama!
Create a LEGO wall storage system by using curtain rods and buckets! Pick up a few curtin rods at the store. They don’t have to be fancy rods, but looks like the round ones work best. Using some S hooks from the hardware store, just hang the buckets off the rods. Personalize each bucket with a paint marker and create space for your bricks and blocks, parts and people.
4. The Ultimate Lego Table
Create the ultimate LEGO table at home by transforming a simple square table into a LEGO workshop kids will love. Grad a few LEGO base plates and glue to the top of the table to create a workspace for building. Add a magnetic strip to one edge of the table to hold round containers filled with color coordinated bricks. On the other side, a metal rod was attached to hang mini buckets to place loose LEGOs and extra pieces.
5. Convert Your Train Table into a LEGO Table
From I Can Teach My Child
If you have a train table laying around, repurpose it into a great LEGO storage table. Pick up a piece of wood, cut to size, to fit on the top of the table. Paint the wood and let dry and using adhesive, attach LEGO base plates to the wood. This way the LEGO top is removeable and can still be used as a train table if needed. Plus, the storage drawers are perfect for holding all the loose LEGOs and pieces.
6. Plastic Drawer Unit Lego Table
From Our Wee Family, Inspired by “Family Fun” Magazine
Create a great building center using plastic bins and a piece of wood from the hardwood store. This building center is completely versitile and has many functions. The plastic bins hold LEGOs by color, size, and shapes and has a place for everything. The center bin can be removed to wheel to another area or even create a space underneath for stools. The top is made from a piece of wood with base plates that is completely removeable. That way you can build on the floor or even flip it over for a great blank slate.
7. Lego Wall
From Dukes & Duchesses
Take your LEGO building to new heights with this LEGO wall. Creating this wall is very simple and you’ll wonder why it took you so long to create it. All you have to do is just attach LEGO base plates to the wall. That’s it. But, depending on how long you want it to last will determine what type of adhesive to use. Use liquid nails or E6000 to last a lifetime or maybe some hot glue to last until the next phase.
8. How to Build a LEGO Table
From Kids Activities Blog
Build your own LEGO table with mix and match pieces to create a one of a kind work station. This table was created using an IKEA table with custom legs and a top but, you can find alternate options to fit your needs and style. Using base plates to create the landscape table top, green for grass was cut and glued along the edges of the table. Road way plates were added in the center for streets and blue plates were also included for the water for boats and other water buildings.
9. DIY LEGO Table
Customize a dining table to a perfect storage area for your LEGOs. Using a plain wood table, two holes were cut out using a jigsaw to hold plastic bins to hold loose LEGO pieces. The whole table was painted with a coat of white spray paint. Finally, gray LEGO base plates were added to create a building station.
10. Cleaning Legos
From Gettin’ By
Do you wash your LEGOs? It may not be something that you think about doing often, but is something that probably should be done often. Just think of all the little hands building and grabbing and touching all day long. A great way to wash all those LEGOs is to place them in a mesh laundry bag and toss in the washer. A simple and quick way to clean your LEGOs so your kids can keep on playing.
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