Did you have a play kitchen when you were a kid? I did. Mine was made out of plastic and was Sesame Street-themed. It wasn't chic-looking, and it definitely didn't include a gold sink. The kitchen you see above is hands-down the most gorgeous play kitchen I've ever seen. The bright pink color, mixed with the gold and floral backsplash is a palette I'd want in my current adult kitchen.
Would you be surprised to learn that this play kitchen was originally a plain, white kitchen you'd find at IKEA? Now this is a before and after you have to witness.
The blogger behind Anchors & Honey found this IKEA play kitchen at a garage sale for $8. As you can see in the above photo, it was pretty plain-looking and worn from use. With just $12, she was able to transform this play kitchen into something she could give to her daughters.
After painting the kitchen pink and adding the gold accents, Anchors & Co got creative with wrapping sheets she found on Rifle Paper. She simply used mod podge to apply the paper to the backsplash.
My favorite detail of the whole play kitchen is the gold sink. I mean, can you imagine having that in your real, grownup kitchen? I've had a crush on this brass sink for a couple years now, and this gold sink reminds me of this beautiful feature.
→ See the full tutorial at Anchors & Honey: IKEA DUKTIFG Kitchen Hack