Sunday

Play Kitchen II

You may remember the first play kitchen I did here.


Well, I got inspired to make another one for our sweet friend's daughter for her 2nd birthday!  She loves playing kitchen like any other little girl so I thought this would be just perfect for her.

I started out with this $5 nightstand from Goodwill.


I cut this $3 shelf from goodwill in half to make the sides and give her more surface area to "cook"


I found this cabinet door at the Restore for $2 and thought it would make a great chalkboard for the back.  I just used Rustoleum chalkboard spray paint. 


Put it all together, added a cute little curtain (fabric is from Hancock Fabrics).  This little girl is a true southern belle so I thought toile would suite her. :)


The frame added another pop of pink (ballet slipper by Krylon).  It was another Goodwill find.  I loved the details on it and thought it added to the girly look.


I found the faucet at the Restore for $7.  I've seen others do this with a letter "j" upside down, but I like using real faucets because it just makes it seem more realistic and fun to me.  The sink is a cake pan from the dollar store.  I needed it to be shallow so she will still have some storage space underneath it and this worked perfectly.  I don't have a router so I used a saw to cut the circle for the sink, needless to say the circle was far from perfect.  The ruffle trim from Hobby Lobby helps to hide those little imperfections.


Frisbees make perfect burners! 










14 comments:

Laura said...

Love them both! I have wanted to make one for my girls, but I've been too lazy! :( This inspires me though!

Ashley said...

SO AWESOME! You are so talented!

Lois@frugaldecormom said...

So cute! I'm about to turn a little table I found in the trash into a play kitchen for my boys. Yours have turned out so great! I'm looking forward to finishing mine and seeing if it looks anywhere near as cute as yours do.

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

i have seen lots of kitchens out there and even made my own for my daughter, but this has got to be one of my faves. i just love how you did the side burners. it's fabulous!

Nikki said...

They are both adorable!

Design A-Peele said...

precious! as usual, you always outdo yourself!

Julie Spano said...

wowza! so freaking cute! will you be my friend and make one for my daughter?

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Allyson/HBMomof2 said...

This turned out so adorable. Loving the toile!

Mrs. DeVore said...

Thank you thank you!!

Tasha said...

I love this...soelegant! Unlike the cheap plastic ones that my girls love! I have to make one of these for their play room! Then I won't mind having it out when company comes over! Thanks for sharing! Do you mind if I feature this on my blog!?
Have a great day!
Tasha
dotdotdotthis.blogspot.com

Mrs. DeVore said...

Tasha, that would be awesome! Thank you!!

Sommer said...

Stopping by from "I Made It Without My Hubby". This is a darling and simple idea! What talent you have to see the finished the product n a tattered old bedside table. I'm now a follower =)

Amanda said...

How sweet! I know this will make the recipient very happy!

Kimmy said...

Wow, how amazing is this?! I love it, you are so creative to come up with this. It's so fab I can't get over it!

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