DIY Play Kitchens

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Apparently DIY play kitchens have been all the rage for the past few years. I just discovered them recently, and I am mesmorized by the transformations of an old junky nightstand into something so adorable and one-0f-a-kind. Seriously, google “DIY play kitchen” and enjoy all the photos. There is some serious creativity and cuteness out there to see. It would be so much fun to put one of these together. Here are some of my faves.

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29 Comments on “DIY Play Kitchens”

  1. Holly Says:

    Oh my god, that’s the most awesome thing! Thank you so much, your pictures are so inspiring!

  2. Effie Says:

    These are cool!

  3. Katie Says:

    These are FANTASTIC!!! I love them!

  4. Trudy Says:

    WOW! These are fantastic and so inspiring! I know what I’m making for Christmas!

  5. Carolyn Says:

    Too cute!

  6. Linda Says:

    Love this!!! just have to find diy doll house that i can make from my old book case 🙂

  7. Diane Says:

    These are all so wonderful and inventive.

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  9. Myra Hanson Says:

    I can’t wait to make one for my girlies…may I ask , how much did it cost to make these?

  10. elisabeth Says:

    I love this!

  11. Anonymous Says:

    fantastic, im definatly going to try this!

  12. […] This would be a fun project for her second birthday or so. Maybe by then I will be crazy-awesome at converting old furniture into new things. We have a big enough kitchen that this could sit in the corner and she could “cook” with me. Plus, she already has more toy fruits and veggies than I bet most kids do, so she’ll need a place to prepare them. One of the first things I ever bought my then-unknown mystery baby was a Melissa and Doug cut-fruit kit. And yes, I knew she wouldn’t be able to use it for a few years. I just fantasized about her cutting up produce like Daddy (who then worked in the produce section at WFM). It’s normal to project this much onto a child, right? Original from here. […]

  13. mburnett96 Says:

    LOVE ❤

  14. Shirley Says:

    It just gave me a great idea to make my granddaughters doll houses.

  15. Nisha Says:

    Gosh, didn’t know people actually put in so much effort to make all these things for the kids. Where do parents get so much time from?! Haha. Loved the transformations.

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