Thursday

Kitchen Reno

Well not a "real" kitchen reno but a play kitchen reno.  A friend of mine contacted me about making a play kitchen for her daughter.  She wanted something different and not so cookie cutter like the ones you see in the store.  She told me the colors of her daughter's room and let me run with it.  I love making these because every one is different and you can get really creative with it.

So I started out with this nightstand.



the "burners" were made out of wooden disks found at Hobby Lobby....


Those are the only progress pictures I took unfortunately so if you have any specific questions feel free to ask!

and here it is all together...












Materials:
Fabric: Hancock Fabrics
Black Pom Pom trim, Yellow Pom Pom trim, & white trim: Hobby Lobby
Knobs: Hobby Lobby
Wood "burners": Hobby Lobby
Faucet: Thrift store
Chalkboards: Hobby Lobby
Yellow Chalkboard frame: part of a headboard I found on the side of the road (long story for another time:)
Sink Bowl: Dollar Store
Rod for Ruffle Skirt: Hancock Fabrics

Bonnie and Alivia, I hope you enjoy it for many years to come!  I enjoyed making it for you!



13 comments:

jandjhome said...

I LOVE this. It is just perfect. I was babysitting my nephew yesterday and he had some play food, but no kitchen. So he told me he couldn't cook for me...Now I have a plan!

Sarah @ Handbags*N*Pigtails said...

I think this is my most favorite one ever! The colors are wonderful together. Thats a great thrifted faucet and the fabrics are devine. Great job!:)

Lois@frugaldecormom said...

As usual--awesome job! It's super cute!

Karen said...

Wow! just amazing...you have created family heirlooms.The kids will cherish this.

decdiva1 said...

so cute! i so have to make one of these! just darling!

Leah said...

this is absolutely beautiful!!! i love it! :-)

i sent you an email regarding my camera. thanks for your interest. :-)

Bonnie said...

SO BEAUTIFUL!! I resisted the urge to peek until I saw it in person. I hope that we can wait until her birthday to give it to her. Love you!

Michelle said...

Oh my gosh! This is seriously the cuttest thing I've seen in a long while! I L-O-V-E it!

Meg said...

WOW! That's the best kitchen I've seen...so cute, I love all the little details. How did the recipient like it? :)

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Rebecca@This Present Life said...

Wow! That is the fanciest play kitchen I have ever seen. It's so cute, I totally want my actual kitchen to look like that!

Saw you at POWW!

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Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

you are just a rockstar with these kids kitchens! i have loved them all!

Traci said...

That is such an adorable little play kitchen. What a lucky little girl.
Traci

Polly said...

No way! That is toooooo cute! Wish I had a little girl!

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