Farmhouse Style DIY Play Kitchen

Farmhouse Style DIY Play Kitchen
Farmhouse Style DIY Play Kitchen
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From the blogger: "It’s hard to figure out what to buy a baby for Christmas. They can’t tell you what they want. And it’s even harder when they have older siblings. There’s only so many stacking blocks and V-tech toys a baby needs, right. That’s how I ended up buying the little guy a Play Food Set and Play Dishes. It was one of the few things he didn’t have and might want. Turns out I was right. He loved it! And so did his 3-year old brother. But watching them play made me realize they needed a kitchen. And I was the woman to build that kitchen.

I started planning and checking out play kitchens online. I noticed that most kitchens were kind of a standard home kitchen. I didn’t want to build something I could easily buy. I wanted it to be a bit different. What could I do that would be a bit different? Imagine me tapping a finger on my lip, deep in thought here. After a lot of lip tapping and pointlessly staring out windows, I had an idea. A DINER! I waitressed my way through college. The best restaurant I worked at was kind of a greasy diner off campus that was packed with college kids on the weekend. It was an extremely fun, barely productive year or so. Diners are great, they totally deserve a tribute. I had my mission and was ready to plan."

Estimated Cost$31+


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Isn't this just the most clever homemade play kitchen ever? I just love it! And with making it yourself you can paint it to coordinate with your own home decor or your child's favorite color. You could also add knobs and pulls that you have as extras or you find at a garage sale to make this even more cost effective. This would also be great in a kindergarten or preschool as well!


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