LÄTTChildren's table and 2 chairsArticle Number501.784.11
Width: 18 ¾ "
Height: 2 ½ "
Length: 26 "
Weight: 14 lb 1 oz
Kids tablecarinaVery sturdy and my kids love it5
Brought this table & chairsDeborahBrought this table & chairs set for our 18 month old grandson and it’s perfect. He even likes to eat at his own table!5
Great for the little onesGenesisGreat for the little ones , this is our second one and we love it5
Easy to assemble. Fits ourjoyEasy to assemble. Fits our almost 2 granddaughter perfectly. Great for art, projects, eating, reading.5
Love this table set!LiviaLove this table set!5
MagnificentGwynethI’m in love with this new children’s table I had purchased. Not only has it not broke yet but I had sat on the table and on the chair multiple times !! Even had my kids throw the chairs on the floor but not really hard more like tossed5
Super Table!SusanThis children’s table is perfect for my grandchild! It was so easy to put together, too! Love it!5
perfectJeremiaheasy to put together and clean. bought it for my 3 year old but happy to see my 8 year old can comfortably fit in the seats and use the table as well. they have been able to spend hours playing legos and drawing and painting together at their own little table.5
TableCrystalVery happy! Love IKEA!!!5
In 2 SnapsElizabethSet was assembled in 2 snaps! Perfect height for my 2yo grandson & is now his “go-to” for meals & activities.5
Great buy for the grandbabiesNEILAt first the flatpacked box made it seem like something was missing. ait was sll there when I opened the box and it took me ten minutes or so to assemble all of it.5
It’s a great first tableAllyIt’s a great first table for my son. Wish it was a little more stready since my son likes to stand on it and I wish it came in color options4
flimsy legs for chairs andKathlyn L.flimsy legs for chairs and table3
Cute but wobblyRosieCute but wobbly3
Great Economical Table for KidsELIZABETHThis is the second LÄTT that we’ve owned. The first one lasted over 5 years, although, I would NOT recommend leaving it out in the rain. I usually start using it when my kids are between 1-2 years old, and while it is a little big at that age, my 16 month old can independently sit down in the chair to eat her snack. My oldest is very tall for her age and continued to use it until she was about 6 or 7, and even then it was still sturdy enough for my 4.5 year old to keep using. We eventually sold our LÄTT before moving, and recently bought a new one for our youngest to use. Great value, great quality, and really indispensable for my young children.5
so far so good.Jessicahave not had it long enough to see how well it hold up against my 2year old. but it’s the perfect size4
Great little table and chairsSylviaThis is such a nice little table. It’s not too big, and small enough to fit anywhere. My daughter loves coloring and playing on here.5
So CuteCHRISTINELove this table and chairs set. Super easy to put together and the kids love it!5
Very cute tablephungVery cute table5
Love itJoranLove this set for my 18 month old. He loves to sit at it and do a puzzle or draw. I can sort of sit on the tiny chairs too, it’s the perfect size for a toddler. I do wish the white part had a little more resistance to moisture, its basically a shiny paper on top and does turn to mush with liquid spills. Love it anyway5
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