Build awesome Lego castles? Marble runs? Puzzles? Train tracks?… Show us what you’ve built on your Nilo Lego Table/Play Table!
We would love for you to join the Nilo community and show us how you use your Nilo table & products.
Please feel free to send us your photos as they may be featured on our social media & website!
We would not divulge your personal information, we’d just post your photos and say something like,”Janice from Texas posted this photo of her two year old Cole playing with his train set!”
It is incredible to see your amazing children & family on our site having a super fun time with our products!
Also, we would love for you to write a REVIEW on our website once you’ve made a purchase and have had a chance to check them out and use them.
Thank you for your consideration!
Nile Ernst, Founder
Shown below, Ava, Tristen, Olivia and Jennifer are playing with our Nilo Baseplates, which are Lego AND Duplo compatible.
Each Nilo Lego Duplo compatible Baseplate is double sided allowing you to turn your table into not only a Lego Table, but also a Duplo Table at the same time.
Get yourself a Lego Table that will last for generations – Nilo Toys!
Below, the kids are playing with Play-Doh and our Nilo Hammer’N Nails Set!
Thanks to our white melamine “easy to clean” table top…it is ideal for many other activities like this!
Many tables out there do not have a surface like this, they feature some printed play board or graphic image which does not cut the mustard!
Some folks ask if its good for dry erase markers.
Its not, however, if you get even permanent marker on the table top you can use Ajax or Comet to carefully get that mark off.
Pictured below, Connor and Morgan (my son and daughter) are at play with our Nilo Theasel in its’ puppet theatre use (in the left photo)!
We no longer produce the chair Connor is sitting on…we found that our Nilo Stool is the best source of a sitting piece for playing on our versatile activity tables.
Morgan is shown sitting on our Nilo Toy Chest, which includes storage and seating in one!
Morgan is also shown drawing with dry erase markers on our Nilo Theasel (in the right photo), which locks into place on any of our Nilo Activity Tables for increased stability!
Our Nilo Nails have been redesigned to make them absolutely PERFECT and NON-CHOKEABLE!
Shown below Connor is hitting “out” the nails with our dual purpose Slide Hammer!
Our Nilo Hammer’N Nails Set is a great pastime for both girls and boys.
In fact, this was Morgan’s favorite thing to do on our table so don’t think this is just a guy thing!
Girls love to bang on things, too!
Note: You can purchase Zoob to snap onto the heads of our nails for another construction pastime!
We offer a few different sets under the Accessories tab on our website.
Hmmmmm, is our table strong enough?
Below is a photo shoot we did many years ago.
Our three children are Blake, center back; Morgan to his right and Connor in the orange shirt in the front.
Anyway, thanks to our design, our tables are rock solid and will last for generations!
Below, is our incredible Standard Poodle, Jazz!
Ain’t he cool sportin’ his Nilo cap.. Seriously, he was more human than he was dog! Very smart, too!
Notice how two Nilo Bins can fit perfectly under our Large Nilo Play Table.
Also, our Nilo Toy Chest is shown behind the table.
If you have the two Nilo Storage Bins flush at the front of the table and the Nilo Toy Chest up against them under the table, the Toy Chest will stick out about 6″.
Also, one N26 Nilo Storage Bin will fit under our Small Nilo Play Table providing more storage space for all of your toys!The photo below shows Blake and Morgan playing on our original large table (circa 1994).
As such, the red Lego brand Duplo baseplate is shown here making it into a Duplo Table.
We have since made our larger childrens play table and we also have our own Lego & Duplo compatible baseplates.
See them under the Accessories tab on our web site!
Brio Mec is also shown, the wooden construction set.
Find them under the Accessories tab on our web site.
I read an article that a child’s brain has more stimulation staring at a blank wall than watching TV!
I am hoping more and more parents realize the importance of manipulatives, wooden blocks, art, etc., in their child’s life!
It is proven that to miss this important developmental step in a child’s life will make them not do as well in math and sciences.