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My little girl is growing up and I wanted to get her a little kitchen to play with. I had heard of people turning old entertainment centers into kitchens and decided to try it out. While I was measuring to see what would fit I saw my corner desk and knew it would be perfect for this project! I asked my husband if he was attached to the desk, and although he was reluctant he eventually agreed to let me cut it up.
Before this project I had never used any power tools, so if I could do it I promise you can too! And although I used some materials I had (the desk I started with, the paint, the faucet) I shopped for inexpensive items and made the whole thing for just over $50! Even if you had to buy the paint you could do this project in under $100.
Materials I used:
Old cooling rack or wire rack for the oven
3/4 MDF wood if building cabinets
1 metal bowl (for sink)
dishes/phone (to saved money buy used from Craigslist or a thrift store)
12 old CDs
4 oven knobs
1 picture frame
scrap of fabric for the curtains
picture to fit frame for window
saw/table saw if you are building cabinets
Drawer tracks for dishwasher
Baskets for dishwasher
Hinges for the cabinet doors