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10 Cool DIY IKEA Play Kitchen Hacks

Fri, Aug 10, 2012 | 0-2, 2-4, 5-7, DIY Projects | By Mike

If you was on a market searching for a play kitchen for your kids you’ve probably already seen these prices. Even in IKEA such kitchen is quite expensive. Although you can get some inspiration from the projects we’ve gathered and build an awesome play kitchen by yourself. You can use things from IKEA to do that. Night stands, chairs, bookcases and lots of other things from this great store would work as a charm. You can even choose parts that you won’t need to repaint. Check out these projects and make the best play kitchen for your kid to make her or him proud.

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