She bought a table from IKEA to her son's room, and she cut two holes in it and turned it into this ...!
One of the oldest toys is LEGO. And LEGO is still one of the most popular and loved toys in children even today. Even now during a digital age kids still like to build things from the blocks of LEGO - it's amazing to think they started producing this favorite item in 1949!
Another thing that has happened since 1949 is cleaning up after the kids play with Lego, which parents have to go through every day for decades. There is no parent who hasn't stepped on a LEGO piece at least once in a lifetime, and if that happened to you, you know that it is one of the most painful things there are.
So the following amazing LEGO station is a perfect solution for all parents in the world. That's what the inventor said about the station:
"One day I stepped on these little pieces, so I decided to do something to organize and arrange them all", she wrote. And parents all over the world related with her completely.
Here's what you'll need:
- Indigo table from IKEA
- Trophy boxes from IKEA (medium size)
- Spray Colour
- Transparent sealant
First of all you'll have to put the IKEA table together
Then think about how many boxes you want in the table. This mother wanted two boxes lying side by side. Measure the length and width of the boxes, and mark the position on the table.
Here is an example of the measurement she did.
After that you cut the rectangles on the table
Use the fretsaw to cut the rectangles
And with the drill you will make holes in the corners of the table
That's how it should look
She put sealant and paint
And this is what comes out - there will be no more scattered pieces on the floor, and her son has an amazing LEGO station!
She glued three LEGO surfaces side by side
And here's the end result! Charming!