Yes, you can even give a play kitchen a modern makeover.
Bringing your kids into the kitchen doesn’t require you to be a top chef; only time and maybe a willingness to get a little messy. – Michael Mina
Being a former cooking instructor, I love to see kids in the kitchen. And what could be more fun than having their very own kitchen to cook right alongside you?
Today’s #ssmfeatureme is Sara from NiftyThriftyMomma. She is a mom of three and loves to decorate, DIY, thrifting, and enjoying the small things in life!
When I saw her play kitchen makeover, I was in love!!!!! Too much adorableness.
Sara says -“This was a fun and easy DIY.”
PLAY KITCHEN MAKEOVER SUPPLIES
- Scrub Brush and Warm Water
- Sand Paper
- Glossy White Spray Paint
- Rose Gold Spray Paint
- Using a scrub brush and warm soapy water, clean the item well.
- Before painting, remove all the knobs, stovetop, sink, etc with a screwdriver. (You may want to bag and label your items for ease when putting it back together.)
- Sand the main kitchen area.
- The kitchen was painted using this spray paint.
- The hardware was painted using THIS.
- After everything is dry, you can reassemble it.
*Here is a handy how-to video if you need one.
**Make sure to read all the instructions for proper handling of the spray paint (label on each can).
Often times, things just need a little TLC to bring them up to “code”. Not only was this toy saved from potential garbage, yep, things like this get thrown all the time😔, but it saved money in purchasing a new one. A new play kitchen can run over $100.
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Hi! We have this same kitchen and I am prepping to make it over! Did you take the kitchen apart to paint it? Or was it all together and you just took off the appliances?
Salvage Sister & Mister says
We did not take apart the kitchen or remove appliances.