Now is the perfect time of year to start thinking about the kids on your Christmas list. Unless you are one of those people who finished all their shopping and wrapping in June, in that case, don’t talk to me. What do you even DO this time of year? Work on your valentines? Make potato salad for your 4th of July barbeque? I’ll never know.
But if you are still making your list and checking it twice, here is something that never fails: kid kitchens! Way better than any store-bought trinket, and so many ways to make it unique.
Better After reader Krissy spent a whopping $1 on this thrift-store coffee table, then used scrap wood, a couple of picture frames, old records for the burners, and fabric to turn it into the adorable kitchen it is today. Bonus, she turned around and sold it for $150!
And she gave the same treatment to this $10 side table. So cute! And the perfect size for budding cooks. I like to start my kids young, with the hopes that they will bring me breakfast in bed on a regular basis. Actually, my daughter does that quite a bit. The last time she did, I awoke to a handful of Cheerios, some withered carrots from the bottom of the fridge, and a cheese stick. We’re getting there.
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