Unbelievable Homemade Play Kitchen
By The Land of the Oz Fam on December 02, 2011
When I initially saw the pictures of Katie's play kitchen made out of an old end table, I honestly thought it was from Pottery Barn Kids and cost $400. It is actually cuter than something mass-produced because of all of the handmade attention to detail. Seriously. HOW CRAFTY IS SHE?
Stove burners are wooden plaques from Michael's; I handpainted them. The stove knobs are just little wooden wheels that I spray-painted silver; they turn. Like MANY other play-kitchen DiY'ers out there, I used an upside down "J" for the faucet but had to stabilize it with scrap wood blocks because I couldn't drill through the piece itself and glueing it didn't seem like a stable enough option. The hot/cold are just little wooden people (again, like many people who made play kitchens online), nut/bolted down, but still turnable.