The 10 Best Lego Tables

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This wiki has been updated 24 times since it was first published in March of 2018. If you've ever stepped on a sharp plastic brick in the middle of the night, you know that Legos and Duplos need a place to live. These tables provide an ideal surface for creative play as well as storage space, so that all those blocks are not strewn around the house. We chose these selections based on quality and versatility, so you can find a solution that will keep you and your kids happy. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Constructive Playthings Activity

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2. Utex 2-in-1

3. Play Platoon 5 in 1

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Editor's Notes

November 20, 2020:

For a table that brings a lot of bang for your buck, look to the newly added Play Platoon 5 in 1, which comes with 130 blocks that include figures such as people, a dog, a rabbit, and a car. When the building fun is done, it can easily be converted to an arts and crafts table or one that can be filled with water for more play. The built-in compartments are convenient for storing all of the bricks, and the matching chair provides a comfortable place to sit as your child builds and works. The building base is compatible with all major jumbo block sets. It’s good for tots aged 18 months and up and features bright primary colors. We also added in the KidKraft Play N Store, a thoughtfully designed model that opens out to reveal a deep storage bin, and two additional ones can slide out from the bottom, providing plenty of space to store Legos or other toys. The pinch-free design helps keeps little fingers safe during opening and closing. This new addition joins the KidKraft Activity, from the same manufacturer, which features a reversible tabletop. One side is Lego compatible, while the other side is smooth and suitable for drawing, coloring, Play Doh, or other activities.

The tried-and-true Constructive Playthings Activity is from a well-known name in children’s toys, and it gives kids a place to build with bricks as well as draw, paint, and more. It’s got a roomy pull-out bin underneath, and the wheels make it easy to move from room to room, as needed. The Utex 2-in-1 is an attractive piece of furniture that will make a nice addition to any playroom. It’s available in your choice of white or espresso, and you can choose drawers in either gray or red. Tiny tots are sure to appreciate the colorful Mega Bloks Build ‘n Learn, and they can form a town out of the 20 included pieces. It sits on stable legs that lock firmly in place, and the whole thing is easy to take apart for flat storage under a bed or taking to a playdate. As mentioned in our last update, be sure to supervise young children at all times during play, and also follow manufacturers’ age guidelines when giving bricks or other small toys to kids.

November 01, 2019:

If you’ve got little Lego fanatics in your house and are tired of painfully stepping on stray bricks, why not contain all of those pieces in a table that provides storage? These useful pieces of pint-sized furniture also serve as a dedicated spot for your little ones to build their masterpieces. You’ll have your coffee table back again and they’ll enjoy having a special spot of their own. Our selection features some models that are compatible with standard Lego sets, some that accommodate the larger Duplo bricks or Mega Bloks, and some that will work with more than one of these options.

The Nilo 2-sided joins our selection as an American-made choice that comes with a two-sided board that can accommodate both Legos and Duplos. The base and legs are constructed from thick, solid hardwood, so it should last through the Lego phases of many a young child. When the building fun is done, just revert to the smooth, white melamine top for puzzles, Play-Doh, arts and crafts, or homework. Its surface is simple to wipe clean. This table is available in a model with holes around the perimeter that can be used for play with the manufacturer’s hammer and nails and its train set, as well as toys like Fiddlestix and Rokenbok. Alternately, a model is available without the holes.

For a sturdy and well-made option designed for tots ages 1 through 5, look to the Mega Bloks Build ‘n Learn, a highly portable table with legs that lock during use, but which are easy to fold under when it’s time to pack it up for a play date or a trip to Grandma’s. It’s slim design when folded makes it easy to slide under a bed or onto a shelf for storage.

The Yenny Shop Traveler makes its departure today, as it’s no longer available. For safety’s sake, always keep a close eye on your kids during play, and be sure to follow a manufacturer’s age guidelines.

Special Honors

TotMate Rectangular Lego Table This spacious tabletop allows for the use of blocks or gears, and underneath it are two roomy clear storage bins to keep your bricks or other toys neatly organized. It’s made of thick wood compositive with a laminate surface. It stands 16 inches tall and weighs 47 pounds, and its nonporous surface resists stains and spills.

4. Nilo 2-sided

5. Mega Bloks Build ‘n Learn

6. Contender 2-N-1

7. KidKraft Play N Store

8. Fun Builder Heavy Duty

9. KidKraft Activity

10. Humble Crew 2-in-1

Karen Bennett
Last updated by Karen Bennett

Karen Bennett lives in Chicago with her family, and when she’s not writing, she can usually be found practicing yoga or cheering on her kids at soccer games. She holds a master’s degree in journalism and a bachelor’s in English, and her writing has been published in various local newspapers, as well as “The Cheat Sheet,” “Illinois Legal Times,” and “USA Today.” She has also written search engine news page headlines and worked as a product manager for a digital marketing company. Her expertise is in literature, nonfiction, textbooks, home products, kids' games and toys, hardware, teaching accessories, and art materials.

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