You guys seem to go crazy for Lego posts on here and I can understand why. Lego storage is the bane of my life! With three boys, Lego is EVERYWHERE. I’d love to have a dedicated Lego table with storage but while we still have the train table we really don’t have space. Instead I’ve had to make use of Lego storage containers & other Lego storage ideas).
If you’ve got the space and are looking for the best lego tables with storage I’ve put together an overview of the ones I’ve found online below. I hope you find something that works for you!
My Favourite Lego Table With Storage
The Utex 2 in 1 Lego Table with storage drawers is my favourite Lego table. Not only is it gorgeous but I love that it is reversible so can be used as a drawing table at other times. I also really like the pull out Lego drawers that can be accessed without lifting up the table top like a lot of other Lego tables have. It’s also relatively inexpensive which is definitely a plus as some Lego tables with storage cost a FORTUNE. I haven’t found it in Australia yet but it’s available on Amazon so fingers crossed it might come here when Amazon arrives in Australia!
Some Of The Best Lego Tables With Storage
I’ve previously posted about DIY Ikea Lego tables but if you want a pre-made one then these are definitely some of the best Lego tables with storage out there.
KidKraft is a well know and trusted brand and I’ve always found them good quality (we own heaps of their stuff). Their 2 in 1 Lego table looks like no exception. It even comes with a train set and 200 Lego compatible blocks!
It’s a two in one table with the reverse side being set up for a train set (which it comes with the table as well. The top easily flips over and sits securely in place by the rim.
There aren’t a lot of round lego tables with storage out there but this fun colourful Lego table from Tot Tutors is a great option. It’s ideal if you don’t have a lot of space or if you just prefer a round lego table.
If you’re after a super sturdy Lego table that will stand up to kids (or adults!) climbing on it and is big enough for the whole family to play then this large Lego table with storage is a clear winner. It’s designed for Duplo but would be easy to convert to a Lego table.
If it’s size you’re after then this Lego table with storage drawers is the one. It includes 8 removable Lego tiles (yep, serious space for serious Lego building) and built in plastic drawers. It’s definitely one of the strongest Lego tables I’ve seen.
This rectangular Lego table comes fully preassembled and is a smaller version of the heavy duty large Duplo table above. Again, it’s designed for Duplo but you could easily replace with Lego tiles (ask them and they’ll probably do it for you as it appears to be all hand made!) It’s perfect is space is an issue and you are looking for a compact Lego table with storage.
This compact Lego table boasts a surprising about of built in storage for its size. It’s really sturdy and a great size for small spaces.
The only disadvantage is you need to remove the top to access the Lego storage which can be a bit impractical but if you are looking for a Lego table with storage for a small space this could actually be a plus as you don’t need room to pull out the drawer. You can also get it in a range of colours. I personally love the red but the blue is nice too.
I couldn’t really do a post on Lego tables with storage without including the official Lego Activity Table could I!
Obviously you do pay more for the brand name but it is an excellent quality table with a great pull out drawer and fun Lego characters on the side. It comes with a play mat which fits perfectly on top for using with trains or cars.
Like all Lego products, the Lego Activity Table is great quality and super functional so it will outlast your kids (and maybe even your grandkids).
I love a good trundle and the trundle drawer in this Lego activity table gives heaps of flexibility. You can play with it at the table or wheel it into another room.
If you’ve got a great Lego table with storage I’d love to see it! Feel free to share it on the Facebook page (and follow me there if you don’t already!) or pop into the Facebook group where Lego organisation and clever Lego storage ideas are always up for discussion.