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DIY Wooden Play Kitchen

By: Cat W from marymarthamama.com
Wooden Play Kitchen
DIY Wooden Play Kitchen
This image courtesy of marymarthamama.com

Play kitchens for kids can be ridiculously expensive at the store. But this Wooden Play Kitchen not only looks as fabulous as the ones from the store, it will save you a lot of money. It is a knock-off of the Pottery Barn play kitchen. This DIY wood project will show you how you can upcycle things to put together a fantastic new piece. You can even turn the knobs and faucet handles on this DIY play kitchen! If you are looking for a DIY gift that will blow your kids away for their birthday or Christmas, then this is definitely the project to try.   

From the blogger: "I wanted to get our kids a play kitchen and I LOVED the Pottery Barn Kids play kitchen... but the price was way out of my reach. I found a lot of inspiration and plans for play kitchens online so I decided to make a play kitchen with the help of my father-in-law. This post shows how we made the kitchen and especially how I made all the little details that make it look like a fun kitchen."

Estimated Cost$31+

Time to CompleteLonger than a weekend

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Intermediate

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If only I were this handy with tools. I think this wooden play kitchen set is adorable. The pieces selected to use to construct this "dream play kitchen" are ingenious to say the least. Any child lucky enough to have someone construction this for them is truly lucky indeed.

Your Wooden Play Kitchen turned out beautifully. You and your handy dandy workshop helper did an outstanding job. The pictures you included are greatly appreciated. The craftsmanship expert and I am sure they kids will get a lot of miles out of this "kitchen". After a lot of play in this lifelike kitchen you may have produced some little chefs.

This is so cool! I can't believe it's homemade! What a cool Christmas or birthday gift for kids!

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