You need to check out Fortytworoads on Etsy where they sell the plans and a guide for making your own pretend play kitchen from recycled cardboard. In fact, if you’ve been contemplating buying a play kitchen but your budget doesn’t quite stretch to the cool ones you’d really like or you just haven’t even seen the one, this could be your answer. IfÂ you can rustle up the cardboard, along with a few wire coat hangers and other bits and bobs, you could easily bash this out … if you have the time. Amazingly, it doesn’t even require glue, nails, or screws.
Colour fiend that I am, I would have to jazz it up with some wallpaper or paint. The wonderful thing is that aside from having strong eco credentials, it’s something that you can either make yourself or engage your little one in the creative process. If you’re worried about the strength of your cardboard, the instructions also explain how to piece pieces together to make thicker board, The plans are sent to you in a PDF and they’re justÂ Â£8.