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Published on July 9th, 2009 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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More play kitchens





Vattern play kitchen
Beth turns to the Vattern for a larger play kitchen for about $35.

The ingredients:
- bowl from Walmart ($8)
- Panna coasters in black (IKEA–$1.99)
- faucet from Habitat for Humanity thrift store ($1.50)
- scrap board for “backsplash”-(AS IS section in IKEA-$.99)
- Molger shelf painted leaf green-(IKEA-$4.99)
- Bygel rail and hooks-(IKEA-$1.99/$.99)
- knobs from Target (on clearance for $.87 a piece)
- fabric for curtain is Michael Miller’s Tortoise Plaid

See more of Beth’s kids kitchen here.

Furusund play kitchen
Kim was inspired by this play kitchen and had to make one for her daughter.

She says, “I, also, started with the Vika Furusund shelf and figured out the rest as I went along. The fridge and oven handles are also from Ikea. Everything else is from Home Depot.”

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12 Responses to More play kitchens

  1. Ruthie says:

    Very cute! If I had a concern, it would be the edges/corners of the play kitchen. As long as kids know not to “run in the kitchen,” then the likelihood of them crashing their heads/bodies into the edges/corners of the unit is small.

  2. Kari says:

    Darling! I love it! Great color and fabric use.

  3. oil painting says:

    Darling! I love it! Great color and fabric use.

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  4. Moontree says:

    I want my REAL kitchen to look that sweet!

  5. borset says:

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  6. Looks so great…and they love the pinks all the girls.

  7. Val says:

    ADORABLE – I LOVE IT! I’m trying to hack your cute little pink kitchen and make one for my daughter! Did you turn the Furusund on its side? How did you make the oven and refrigerator? The front side looks so seamless…it’s perfect!

  8. Birgit Kerr says:

    Oh, this is just adorable!! What did you use to make that real looking faucet and those knobs?

  9. Kitchens says:

    really look sweet and very cute. i love it..

  10. Purplelizard says:

    Adorable! I want to make a kitchen for my kids for Christmas, I’m bookmarking these for inspiration!

  11. DJinny says:

    The pink and green is my fav of all play kitchen! so stylish with the cups on that little shelve!
    Ohhhh my!
    I wanna be a spoiled little girl right now!!
    xx

  12. Dawn Alissa says:

    I really love the pink kitchen but I wish there was more details. Is there a tutorial somewhere?

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