Toy kitchen

I LOVE this toy kitchen. Pottery Barn Kids: The Gourmet Kitchen Collection …. it’s sharp but of course, it’s expensive and it’s in the US.

Toy kitchen from Pottery Barn

Toy kitchen from Pottery Barn, via Pottery Barn Kids: The Gourmet Kitchen Collection

Toy kitchen from Pottery Barn

Toy kitchen from Pottery Barn, via Pottery Barn Kids: The Gourmet Kitchen Collection

Toy kitchen from Pottery Barn

Toy kitchen from Pottery Barn, via Pottery Barn Kids: The Gourmet Kitchen Collection

So… I have been surfing around, trying to eBay a bargain of a toy kitchen for Hannah. In that surfing, I’ve encountered some share-worthy sites:

Crumb Catchers turned a cheap entertainment unit into a toy kitchen.

A TV cabinet with potential Crumb Catchers.

A TV cabinet with potential Crumb Catchers.

A toy kitchen from  TV cabinet from Crumb Catchers.

A toy kitchen from TV cabinet Crumb Catchers.

Jenny Ikea hacked an adorable unit.

Jenny hacked an adorable toy kitchen from an IKEA unit.

Jenny hacked an adorable toy kitchen from an IKEA unit.

Jenny hacked an adorable toy kitchen from an IKEA unit.

Jenny hacked an adorable toy kitchen from an IKEA unit.

Manda posted about her easy to do toy kitchen. By utilising a neglected 2 door cabinet and spending just $10, she’s got this cute one for her lil ones:

Manda worked magic with a cabinet into a toy kitchen.

Manda worked magic with a cabinet into a toy kitchen.

Michele Beschen posted about how she created a set of gorgeously cute kitchen toy units on the DIY Network

Michele Beschen's toy kitchen transformation, via DIY Network.

Michele Beschen’s toy kitchen transformation, via DIY Network

My favourite has to be this. Virginia sends in to OhDeeDoh shots of her own Ikea hacked kitchen for her lil one.

Virginia with her super cute toy kitchen, via OhDeeDoh.

Virginia with her super cute toy kitchen, via OhDeeDoh.

I’m looking for a large one… maybe the husband and I could DIY a Kidkraft one…

A Kidkraft kitchen.

A Kidkraft kitchen.

7 November 2008

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1 Comment

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    SHILL

    11 November 2008

    i love toy kitchens!!! and you’re posting all the super cute ones too :)

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