Old Endtable Upcycle: Sweet Pink Play Kitchen

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Based on the title of this post, you see where this makeover is headed, right? I cannot help myself. They are so fun to make and I have so many more ideas in my head that I have to execute every one of them! (and they sell well!)

Here is the before.

I always stick with my “don’t buy anything more than $20” rule and this little end table slid in right under at $19.99. You see the wood finish was messed up and this type of table is a bit out of style so why not freshen it up a bit?

I mixed some Annie Sloan Old White Chalk Paint with some Waverly Crimson Chalk/Acrylic Paint for the perfect shad of pink.

The Waverly Black and White Toile Print fabric really sends it up a few notches on the cuteness factor!

…and those burners, hand painted them myself – love!

My favorite is the little Peekaboo Lined Drawer that holds all of the utensils for every little chefs’ delights. I have an entire post showcasing my favorite Peekaboo Drawers because I think they are so fun!

Do you have a little chef in mind that would love this little pink play kitchen? I sure do!
              

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Sharing over at Thrifty Decor Chick!

TDC Before and After

I hope you are having a great week!
~Tami

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8 Comments

  1. Marie Blackburn

    That is adorable – well done! Pinning to share 🙂

  2. robin

    I love all your little kitchens! I sooo wanna make some! There are so many old pieces of furniture out there that could be REused to make a little chef VERY happy!

  3. Ally | The Speckled Goat Blog

    OH. My. Goodness.

    I saw the holes in it in the first picture, and thought, ummmmm…

    But man! That turned out SO cute!!

  4. Christy McGuire

    Hmm, our play and living space over lap. This might've a good solution.

  5. TheKimSix Fix

    That came out fabulously! Any little kid would love to get it!

  6. Vanessa

    Tami,

    This is so cute. For sure so much better than those plastic kitchens. I love it.

  7. Jeannie Marie

    What a super idea! Where were you when my children and grandchildren were little? It's simply charming and the color theme is perfect for a little chef! Congrats on such a great makeover!

  8. Audra @ Renewed Projects

    oooooo! Love this practical upcycle. What did you use for the burners?

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