12 Play Kitchen Sets, DIYs, and Hacks for Kids (and Adults Too)
Keep all your favorite little people out of your kitchen, and set them up with one of their own, including tiled backsplashes, gold accent hardware, fancy wallpaper, and all the fake food you can make. The sky's the limit when it comes to your child's imagination, so give them a helping hand with one heck of a setup.
Modern IKEA Play Kitchen: Give the old standby a pastel refresh — and a sweet tile blacksplash. (via Almost Makes Perfect)
DIY Wood Play Food: With some paint, printables, and wooden shapes, you've got one heck of a pantry for your future chef. (via A Beautiful Mess)
DIY IKEA Play Kitchen: Go completely custom and make a *functional* — yes, real and working — kitchen for your big kids (or for you!) by using IKEA's open stock. (via Handmade Charlotte)
DIY Paper Plate Basket: You'd be surprised what you can make for your mini host or hostess with plain paper plates and a little paint. (via Sarah Hearts)
DIY Pasta Play Food: Now serving: pasta perfection. (via Hello, Wonderful)
DIY Dog Utensil Holder: This adorable holder has dog ears and can hold an ice cream scoop better than those flimsy little drawers. (via Demetres)
DIY Play Kitchen Hacks: With a few of these tips & tricks, turn any kitchen into a future Instragrammer's dream! (via Lovely Indeed)
DIY Hamburger String Lights: Keep it playful: This garland will set the scene for good times. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Gold & White Kitchen: Is it wrong to use a kid kitchen as the inspo for a real kitchen? If it's a cute as this one, definitely not. (via A Darling Day Dream)
DIY No-Sew Fried Egg Oven Mitts: These adorable mitts do double duty as heat protection and play food too. (via Club Crafted)
DIY Food Truck Costume: Put this food truck costume on a wagon as suggested and you've got a kitchen on wheels.(via The Merrythought)
How much play food have you already got? Show us Instagram + using hashtag #iamcreative!
Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.