Jaystepher here today with a tutorial on a minifigure-friendly dinette set complete with dinette table and four chairs. Let’s begin the construction of the table. Take a 1 by 4 plate and two 1 by 2 jumper plates. Place the jumper plates

on top of the 1 by 4 plate. Now use two studs. Place one on top of the other, and set them on top of our jumper plates. Two more studs. Place them on top of one another, and set them on top of the other jumper plate. Now I need something to

attach the top of the table. Use a 1 by 3 plate. Place it right on top of our studs like so. Now I want to stick some legs on the bottom. Take two more studs, and we’re going to place one on the left and one on the right. This gives us a leg assembly for our table. Let’s make another one. Two jumper plates and a 1 by 4 plate. Place the jumper plates on top of the 1 by 4 plate. Two studs.

One on top of one another. Place one on the left jumper plate, and two more studs on top of one another. Drop this one on the right jumper plate. Now a 1 by 3 plate on the top, and two more studs on the bottom for legs. There’s out two leg assemblies. Now let’s begin the top of the table. Start off with a 1 by 8 plate. and two 1 by 4 smooth tiles. Place the two smooth tiles

on top of the 1 by 8 plate. Now let’s use a 2 by 8 plate. Place two 1 by 4 flat tiles on top of our 2 by 8 plate. Place another 1 by 4 flat tile right in the center, and two 1 by 2 flat tiles on both sides of our 1 by 4 flat tile to fill in that area. Now I’m going to need to make another one. So take another 2 by 8 plate and two more 1 by 4 flat tiles. Place another flat tile here in the center, and two 1 by 2s on the sides. There’s the top of our table. Assembling the top of the table is very easy. First I’m going to start off with is our 1 by 8. Flip the leg upside down. Set it down here, and one on this side. Flip it over. Now I want to take the 2 by 8 pieces. Place one on this side, and one on this side for a tabletop. You can do any design

on the top of your table. I choose just to do a fake wood overlay with a two-tone effect. Now let’s begin assembling the chairs. Start off with a 1 by 4 plate and a 2 by 4 plate. Let’s flip these plates over. and set them side-by-side. Now use two 1 by 3 plates. Place one along this side, and one on the other side. Now take four studs. Place one on each corner. These are going to be the legs of our chairs Flip it over. Let’s begin with the arms. Take a 1 by 1 round brick and two studs. Place one stud on top of the round brick, followed by another stud. Take a 1 by 1 eyelet. Place the round brick on top like so, and we’re going to set the eyelet on one side of our 2 by 4 plate. Let’s begin the other arm. Another 1 by 1 brick, a 1 by 1 stud, followed by our last 1 by 1 stud. Place the round brick on top of the eyelet, and drop the eyelet down

on the seat of the chair. Now we have arms. To begin the back, let’s start with a 1 by 4 plate. Place it on top of our eyelets. Take two more studs. Place one of the left and one on the right, followed by a 1 by 4 plate. Now let’s use two 1 by 1 roof tiles. Place them in the center of our 1 by 4 plate to give it some character. And to crown of both corners, two studs. Put one on the left and one on the right. Now we have a chair with arms, and it is scaled for minifigures. I went ahead and made four chairs in advance. We have our dinette table and our four chairs. I have Jay the Surfer once again. Let’s have him take a seat

in one of the dinette chairs. His arms can rest on the armrests comfortably. Plenty of room. Let’s have him have a seat at the table. Raise his hands up. He can seat nice and conformable. Set the other chairs around table as well. And there you have it. A complete dinette set

with four chairs with arms. Very classy. This will work good in any Lego home or even use it in a meeting room. Thank you for watching!