10 Ways to "Remodel" IKEA's DUKTIG Play Kitchen

10 Ways to "Remodel" IKEA's DUKTIG Play Kitchen

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Carrie McBride
Sep 1, 2016
(Image credit: Little Village)

Since IKEA introduced the DUKTIG play kitchen, customers have brainstormed ways to hack and customize this Plain Jane into something with more personality and charm. The tweaks these parents have made are doable for even diy beginners and, I think you'll agree, make these little plays kitchens even more special for their kids.

Above: Little Village

What I love: mint paint and a vintage wallpaper backsplash with new ceramic knobs

Source: Tracey Hageman on Pinterest
(Image credit: Tracey Hageman via Pinterest)

What I love: the whole kitchen has been spray painted white with "marble" contact paper" applied to the countertop. The sink and fixtures were painted copper. This mom reports the total cost of the upgrades was $25.

See more: Little Years
(Image credit: Little Years)

What I love: the pop of bright turquoise paint, stained top and retro-style wallpaper (also by IKEA)

See more: Babiekins
(Image credit: Babiekins)

What I love: the gold painted accents, adhesive lights, "butcher block" contact paper, and a faux subway tile back splash

See more: Teal & Lime
(Image credit: Teal & Lime)

What I love: the faux tin tile backsplash and trim paint job

See more: Flea Workshop
(Image credit: Flea Workshop)

What I love: new knobs, gold spray painted fixtures, dark grey paint and, coolest of all, the door on the right has been turned 45 degrees

See more: A Life in Detail
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What I love: plastic gold knobs, stained countertop, gold spray painted fixtures

See more: Visual Vocabularie
(Image credit: Visual Vocabularie)

What I love: a fabric window skirt, new paint and painted fixtures and, the most labor intensive addition: a painted marble faux finish

Source: Peachy Parade on Instagram
(Image credit: Peachy Parade on Instagram)

What I love: fruity decorative paper and tea towel with minty green painted accents

See more: The Shaker House
(Image credit: The Shaker House)

What I love: "stainless-steel" contact paper on the oven and microwave doors and peel-and-stick "tiles" on a plywood backing

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