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post #141 of 147

Very nice job!

I vote tiles, though I understand wallpaper or paint is less expensive.

post #142 of 147

Some Small Space Ideas

 

 

Haba Play Cooker, Made in Germany, Solid Hardwood Around $40 http://www.amazon.com/Haba-1596-Wooden-Play-Cooker/dp/B0002HYDNG

 

The Little Kitchen, Etsy Mama Made, Soldi Hardwood Around $75 http://www.ohdeedoh.com/ohdeedoh/toys-toddler/the-little-kitchen-by-mama-made-them-128644

 

Play Kitchen Play Mat DIY http://www.etsy.com/listing/42058059/roll-up-kitchen-play-mat-custom-orders

post #143 of 147

Bumping!

 

Any more favorites?

 

Editing to add:  I'm thinking about this one.


Edited by raqi - 3/26/11 at 8:44am
post #144 of 147

Just thought I would add that we opened the Little Kitchen I linked above from etsy this morning. Really well made and the kids love. Reasonable price for the quality. Full size top but doesn't require floorspace. And it fits into our Ikea Billy shelves that store most of our playthings.

post #145 of 147

I really like the look of that etsy one! I did a rough DIY one made out of cardboard but it's kind of wack. This one looks fantastic.

 

Though what do people think about the "realistic" edge of painted vs. unpainted?

post #146 of 147

I made a play kitchen with 2 free, old cabinets. one upright, spray painted white for the fridge, and one half cupboard with 2 doors (like the kind that go over the stove) I removed and turned the hinges on one door, so it could open like an oven, and put a wire shelf rack/divide from the thrift store for the 'wire oven rack' and the other side is just 'storage'. I cut a rectangle hole for a little plastic tub I had for the sink, and got an old bathroom fixture from my parents for the sink faucet. I glued CDs upside down for the burners. Totally cheap and cute.

post #147 of 147

We have the stove and sink from this one: http://www.duketoys.nl/complete-houten-keuken-gekleurd-p-586.html and DS loves it. It is in his room and he plays with it a lot. We also have wooden fruit, veggies and meat that can be cut.

 

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