We started off with this side table, which I found at Goodwill for $10.00. We cut down the legs a few inches, took off the knob, filled in the hole, and sanded the whole thing down. Then we primed and painted the whole thing, added a new handle, and added a little "back-splash" panel on the back. And of course added the other little parts. We covered the whole darn thing with three coats of Polyurethane to make it more durable.
We cut a hole for the sink and gorilla glued a little silver bowl in the hole. The faucet is an upside down letter "J" from Michaels. The knobs were taken from an old dresser found by our dumpster, and then painted silver. And the burners are thin wood circles from Michaels. The pots and pans, metal hooks, and metal bar are all from Ikea.
We took apart the drawer and added some hinges and black chain to the front part of the drawer to make it an oven.
It stays shut with a magnetic closure from Home Depot.
I sewed up a little dish towel, that probably shouldn't be hanging on the ground. And a little oven mitt, that turned out more like a snow mitten or a Christmas tree ornament.
Bryn's fake food and dishes hide behind this lovely little curtain. The curtain is hung on a wooden dowel. And that's that.
And big thanks to Josh for accompanying me to Home Depot about 75 times, and then pretty much building the whole thing, with me peering over his shoulder and critiquing any imperfection.
I think Bryn will love it! (She'd better.)