We love any and all play kitchens equally, but when they're bright blue we have a hard time not picking favorites. This cabinet was built by Elizabeth Romano and her husband from Deer Park, New York and it's yet another great example of what a little elbow grease and creativity can do. Want to hear how it was made?
Elizabeth wrote to us and had this to say about the construction of this play kitchen:
When I decided to buy a kitchen for Christmas this year, I did a lot of research on what would be the best way to go. I knew I did not want some plastic monstrosity in the middle of my living room. While doing my research I tripped across Ohdeedoh and a bunch of images on Google displaying amazing work by people who really enjoyed what they were doing. I was inspired. I think this took us all of four days. My husband helped with the drilling and the cutting. I did all the sanding and painting. He hung all the shelves and the mirror. It is a hit. The fridge is some old stereo cabinet and the stove and sink are end tables found in the garbage, sanded and painted. I had a ball making this. The curtains are made out of dish towels.
It's a great look that we're sure has received great use since Christmas Day. The holiday season isn't too far off, if you're looking to get on board with the play kitchen diy revolution, it might be a good time to start looking for inexpensive furniture to transform!
(Image: Elizabeth Romano)