A small suitcase with flat surfaces is the right size for a kids desk chair. Keep art materials inside and they will always be on hand when creativity hits. Slate spray paint on the front converts the desk itself into a useful art surface as well. Use shorter legs if your child prefers to sit on the floor of a small chair.
Instructions to build a kids desk chair
Cleaning the inside and outside of a small suitcase that has a flat top and bottom on kids desk chair. Use a sponge and all-purpose cleaning solution to remove dirt from the lid of the suitcase, so that the paint adheres properly. Sand the corners and edges of four 4-inch squares of 2 x 4 wood until they are rounded. Glue these in the lower corners of the suitcase with wood glue. Wells drilling through the wood and the bottom of the suitcase. The screw of legs coffee table in wood through holes drilled through the bottom of the suitcase and wood. Of tape from the top of the suitcase so that the paint will not get on the sides. Apply slate spray paint on the top according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Tips and warnings: Do not allow your child to open and close this kids desk chair without supervision since the lid can be closed on your fingers.