How to Make a Play Kitchen for Your Child

From repurposing to adding a special touch to a readymade toy – get the scoop here.

You don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars on a play kitchen for your child to enjoy. If you haven’t found one at a resale shop or garage sale, it’s time to start thinking outside of the box. Take a cue from this group of crafters as they found creative solutions for making unique play kitchens for their children, from repurposing organizational supplies to adding a special touch to a readymade toy.

DIY Ikea Play Kitchen Hack

A clever Ikea hack is always something to pin right away. Jenny Collier shows you how she transformed her child’s Ikea play kitchen into a more personalized toy.

 

Organization in Disguise – Play Kitchen

You don’t need a big construction project to create a fun play kitchen. Pineapples and Pinecones converted a plastic chest of drawers into an “oven” with a stove on top and storage in the drawers!

 

How to Make a Toy Grill for $20

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Don’t forget the grill when it comes to making dinner. Apartment Therapy offers this clever idea for converting a mixing bowl into an inexpensive play grill.

 

Pack-n-Go Kitchen

You can’t bring the play kitchen sink with you on vacation, but you could bring a DIY range that doubles as toy storage. Printable Cuttable Creatables offers this fun idea for turning a storage box into mini kitchen.

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