January 7, 2012 - by email@example.com
1. An old side table.
2. Legos, Screws, Washers, and Nuts for the handles, and a Lego Surface piece. I bought this one years ago someday planning to do a similar project to this one. They cost anywhere from $6 to $16 depending on where you buy it from.
So originally, I had thought to do this on a simple end table that did not have any drawers, then having procrastinated just long enough (and by that I mean 4 years), I realized the legos will need a nice neat place to go. I had this bedside table that we were not using at the moment and a bug to finally do this project. I simply screwed the Lego Surface piece to the top of the table. Then made knobs for the drawers using legos. I placed a screw into the legos and into the drawer and then capped it with a washer and nut on the inside. I also screwed some legos into the sides simply to cover up a metal piece of decoration that was already there and did not flow with my kid's design.