This toy kitchen was made by first buying one kitchen cabinet from a surplus store. Adding and improvising with various things.
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Step 1: Cutting Out for Sink and Faucet Placement.
Step 2: Sink and Faucet
A pet bowl was used for the sink basin. A inexpensive bathroom faucet was used for faucet.
Step 3: Painted Top
The sink and faucet was removed and sink was painted, as well as the stove top. I used textured paint on the sink side to resemble formica countertop.
Step 4: Refrigerator
Boards were assembled and glued, with small screws to reinforce.
Step 5: Shelving
Shelving was place in refrigerator.
Step 6: Oven and Base Cabinet
Oven was incorporated into base cabinet. Door was made and plexiglass inserted for window in oven.
Step 7: Oven
A cookie rack was used for an oven rack.
Step 8: Refrigerator
Plastic organizers were used for refrigerator door storage.
Step 9: Stovetop
Compact discs were glued on and used as fake "electric burners". I also ordered some small appliance knobs to use as burner knobs.
Step 10: Knick Knacks
Some containers from Dollar Tree painted and decorated make cute accessories. Salt and pepper shakers, spice containers, and canister sets add a unique touch for this kids kitchen.
Step 11: Refrigerator
A few accents added to refrigerator
Step 12: Oven
Just a better look inside the oven.
Step 13: Complete Kitchen
Any little girl would love to have this play kitchen.
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