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Published on September 7th, 2010 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Snowwhite playkitchen from Hungary





Materials: Grundtal rail, Grundtal S hook, Lansa handle, Panna black coaster, Svep knob

Description: Our two year old daughter was crazy about cooking and acting like a real cook lately. She was a great fan of the Ikea playkitchen, and although we thought it was very cool, it was a bit expensive for us. So we decided to make one for her just by ourselves. We never expected it would be so much fun to design it, collect all the accessories and for my husband Tamas to put it all together.

We used mostly Ikea stuff (brought back and faulty furniture pieces) and some other Ikea accessories.
Grundtal rail – Ikea
Grundtal S hook – Ikea
Lansa handle – Ikea
Panna black coaster – Ikea
Svep knob – Ikea
Chalkboard (Veneer paint with chalkboard paint)
Puck light – Lidl (works with batteries. When you push the middle it’s on)
The tap is an old used tap.
The sink is also an old metal bowl from my kitchen.
The mini kitchen’s equipment are also from Ikea’s Duktig series. We absolutely love them.

So this is our white Hungarian Ikea playkitchen. Hope you like it. Our little girl loves it, and we are very glad to see her beeing as happy as she is now with it.

See more of the Snowwhite play kitchen.

~ Emese Varga and Tamas Szakacs, Hungary, Budapest

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24 Responses to Snowwhite playkitchen from Hungary

  1. Jasmine says:

    I love this! Easily one of the best Ikea hacks EVER. Great Job!

  2. Pollon72 says:

    Bellissima! Complimenti :-)

  3. Anonymous says:

    It looks better than the store kitchen! Fantastic!

  4. Dekorella says:

    Thank you for your kind comments! It’s a great pleasure for us! Have a nice day!

    Emese, Tamas

  5. Paula says:

    This is one of the very best hacks you’ve posted. I want a working model for my house!

  6. Kitchen says:

    Wow! It looks good. My mom is a great fan of the Ikea playkitchen. I also like it. Anyway, Thanks for sharing this post.

  7. WOW !!!! This is to cute to be true.

  8. Hi there! I love your projects. I am so excited to build the loft bed with stairs for my little girl. 2 quick questions. My husband and I are doing a planes, trains, and automobiles room for my son (so we can do Thomas the Train, Cars, Toy Story, etc.) and I was wondering if you had any bed plans that wold work with th…

  9. Beautifull set, everything I need is there. IKEA is the best in Modern Furniture for any home or office

  10. Felicitasz says:

    This is great!! Congrats.

  11. Emily says:

    I am confused — the list is a list of the little things such as hooks and handles. How is the kitchen itself made??

  12. Anonymous says:

    what did you use for the cabinetry? love the kitchen!

  13. Anonymous says:

    agree with other comments – what is the base of the kitchen made from? is it an ikea piece as well?

  14. It’s great!! this Actually has very good taste and an excellent results. Cogratulations

  15. Amanda says:

    I’ve put together a round up of some fun play kitchens on Craft Gossip today and included your project. :) You can see it here
    http://homeandgarden.craftgossip.com/9-cool-play-kitchens/

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  16. Very cute. Almost looks like a child’s playset.

  17. Emcsianyu says:

    Hát ez szuper! Pont ilyet szeretnék én is csinálni a lányomnak karácsonyra!

    I love it! Thank you!

  18. Anonymous says:

    I am also interested in how the base is made. Did you build it from scratch or was it an IKEA piece as well?

  19. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know what this person used for a base, but check out this post – used either Ikea Malm or Kullen night stands as base.
    http://www.ikeahackers.net/2013/01/manly-diy-play-kitchen.html?showComment=1358627821641&m=1

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