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How to Build a Lego Table DIY Project | Woodworking

This Lego table was built for the Rockler Plywood Challenge. I used 3/4in birch plywood. I also used 1/4in MDF for the base of the drawer and Lego compartments. In this video I show you how to build your own custom Lego table with hidden drawer.

Lego table build instructions and blueprints can be downloaded on my Etsy shop. If you don't feel like building a Lego table you can always custom order one on my Etsy store.

Build Plans:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/617623195/lego-kid-play-table-blueprint

Order a Lego table:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/617631033/customizable-lego-table

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Comment by Kenn White on July 21, 2018 at 12:21pm

Very cool Phillip!

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