Published on February 20th, 2009 | by Jules Yap


What’s cooking?

When I saw this play kitchen I could only say “Wow! Lucky baby.” This is from Lisa and it’s hard to believe that this is her first hack. It sure gives all hack newbies hope.

She says, “This is my first hack, first blog attempt and first creative project ever. It was made with the Vika Furusund.”

Ikea play kitchen
DIY play kitchen

The shopping list is pretty extensive. The Ikea Furusund forms the frame of the unit. The handles, knife rack and magnetic containers are also from the yellow and blue box.

children's play kitchen
kids play kitchen
Little girls' play kitchen
Ikea play kitchen
children play kitchen
Ikea play kitchen
Ikea play kitchen
Ikea play kitchen
Don’t you just love the faucets?

See details of Lisa’s play kitchen on her blog.

Related hacks:
- Cooking for kids
- Play kitchen for under $200

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The Author

Jules Yap

"I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. My mission is to capture all the wonderful, inspiring, clever hacks and ideas for our much loved IKEA items".

19 Responses to What’s cooking?

  1. Anonymous says:

    very nice!
    What did you use for the oven front door?

  2. Anonymous says:

    it is so beautiful i love it the little girls would apperciate it.

  3. Todder Race car Bed says:

    Cute…….sure, little girls will love it.

  4. Love it! Can you believe I live nowhere near an IKEA? I watch your blog eith much interest…

    I revamped a little play kitchen of my own for my daughter’s playhouse. You can check out the playhouse and the kitchen we made for her here:

    Love your site!!

  5. Just beautiful, what an amazing hack!

  6. Annie L says:

    This is truly amazing. You did a great job!

  7. epdrama says:

    i love in the pink pink world

  8. Lazy_linchen says:


  9. I wanna come over for dinner!

  10. Robj98168 says:

    What a cool hack for a lucky little kid! Kudos!

  11. My son would LOVE that. He loves kitchen toys, loves cooking with me, and loves pink. (he also loves swords, guns, and teenage mutant ninja turtle – apparently I’m raising a metrosexual, but of course – he’s only 3.)

    Point being – brilliant. Wish I could hack like that!

  12. What a cute little play space. That is amazing :D

  13. This is so cute. It’s definitely a top 20 for 2009

  14. Kaycee says:

    This is adorable! I think I need a little girl. Good job!

  15. elizabeth. says:

    This is so quality!

    I love it!

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