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also - get the breakfast!
dont forget to sign up to ikea family as you'll get a free gift (usually a doughnut) on the way out!
You have to buy the storage bins separately but they are pretty cheap. I think all said and done it was about $270 for all of it. I'd recommend getting a 1 piece table top. I cheaped out and bought 2 cheap pieces and it's caused a couple of small problems. You can see in the picture they don't line up exactly, and I had to do some messing around getting them level.
Sorry I'm late with this, but if you're still in the market I'd recommend this to you or anyone else wanting lego storage or a DIY table. For a bedroom you might just want 1 or 2 against a wall.
I since had to move this operation to the basement as it took up the kids' entire playroom.
Obviously from the photo you can tell that this isn't exclusively for LEGO, so I had to find something that would work well and keep the lady happy...
If you like the style, IKEA also recently launched the Fjallbo which has a similar look but with wood shelves. They are one shelf shorter and so you could put your modulars on the top. This would be similar to where my setup is located in the first picture.