Ikea's Duktig play kitchen is pretty affordable, but the look of it is little bit bland. That’s not necessarily a bad thing as it leaves a lot of room to personalise it and you can create a wonderful kitchen for your children, it can even match your dream kitchen. This could be your weekend project that will bring you and your children so much joy. Check out these gorgeous suggestions of genius hacks to get inspired and make your kitchen even more fabulous.
Let's start with pink! My favourite: subtle colours and lovely patterned wallpaper used as a background! I'm in love with this one!
This dark and gold kitchen from Loppisverkstan is full of interesting details and personality. Just check out these knobs!
You can't go wrong with white! Paige Ryan’s kitchen with gold details and subway tiles this kitchen is a cool little number.
Keep it simple for the boys! Grey and white work well together and will match a lot of different spaces.
Pink kitchen!! Ok, admit it. You would love to have it in adult size, but you are an adult so you won’t. This would be my daughters favourite choice. I just love how even the pots are sprayed gold.
A white tap and sink with this gorgeous fresh mint colour and leather handles! I find this one beautiful!
Colours can create different feelings and when I see this lovely kitchen I feel nice and cosy. Grey, white and gold paired with pink details looks just lovely.
A happy and bright little kitchen just like your kids! You can achieve this look by choosing colourful floral wallpaper.
Another dark play kitchen with an interesting backsplash and marble bench top. Pretty cool, don’t you think?
For more inspiration and ideas please visit our Pinterest board: Play kitchens.
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