My bedroom has not been on the top of my list to design since after my kids were born. So for now I thought I would start with a headboard. I knew I wanted an upholstered one. With a little help from my hubby I managed to make it in one evening! Upholstered headboards have hit the design industry like crazy and rightly so since they are a simple no sew project. We used a sheet of plyboard to fit a queen bed, foam, flat sheet and staple gun.
I promise to post pictures of the entire room soon. For now I'm enjoying this fresh new look:)
So back in March my hubby and I were walking through Sears and found what was left of the Christmas toy sale and for dirt cheap purchased the Kenmore washer/dryer and fridge for my daughter. Since they no longer had a sink/stove left I decided to build her one. Kids play kitchen sets can run you quite a bit of money so off to Home Depot it was.
I started out with MDF and the very nice people at Home Depot cut it to size. I glued and nailed it then primed.
I found little wood knobs at Michael's and painted them silver. The burners were chop sticks that I cut and painted black. I cut the sink hole with my jigsaw (not a very good job) and used a cake pan for the sink. Here are a couple of pictures of the finished kitchen. The grand total was $30.00...... just beautiful!