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November 9, 2011 By Jennifer 3 Comments PlanToys is an entirely eco-friendly and ethical company, and bonus, they make some amazingly cute and green play kitchen sets. This fully stocked set allows for massive creative play at a decent price for what you get. Eliminating the yellow PlanToys washing machine, which let’s fact it, not all kids need, will save you some cash. If you choose some of the smaller PlanToys’ kitchen items, you can build a set for less money. The basic, no hutch PlanToys Kitchen Set in red is less expensive than PlanToys’ larger kitchen center, but still very cute.
I spotted this DIY play kitchen on Ohdeedoh and hoped I would make it myself; it was created for less than $50 using all Ikea components. I have always lived the idea of a play kitchen for my kids so when my parents made this gorgeous one for Milla I was more than thrilled!!
From bling sets to more affordable sets, you can manage a fun play kitchen for the holidays or a birthday gift.
Add the fridge and your child can have a colorful play kitchen configuration that leaves cash left over for play food and dishes.
These kitchen sets are more basic, but still cool enough to offer plenty of pretend play opportunities. A set of handy grandparents made this kitchen for Milla using an old TV unit (found on Craigs List for $30) as a foundation. A few honorable mentions of awesome DIY play kitchens go to La Force Be With You (for their nightstand into pink power kitchen), At Home Alterations, and Family Fun kid-sized kitchen. I am determined for my daughters to have a play kitchen of their own, but do not want to spend an arm and a leg for a quality one. Zero fertilizer is added to the rubberwood soil and PlanToys uses a special chemical-free kiln drying process.
If you’ve got the money, $431 will buy you three whole play kitchen pieces, the stove, fridge and sink, allowing for lots of fun at an affordable price.
I think a fridge is cooler than a sink, in terms of pretend play, but some kids like sinks better. I also encourage you to be on the hunt in your local Craig’s List for a complete kitchen set. I noticed that in this post, you mentioned posting plans for a larger kitchen set, but I didn't see any while I was browsing through the list of posted plans. In this case, if you went with the sink and stove only, your play kitchen costs would be cut to just $262.00.