Vintage Dollhouse Remodel Part VII: Kitchen

Today I’m sharing the vintage dollhouse kitchen remodel for my vintage dollhouse makeover project.Vintage Dollhouse Kitchen Remodel less than $10 | Five Marigolds

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I’ve been putting this one off, because I just haven’t been sure how I wanted to do it.

As usual, I looked at furniture sets from some of my favorite brands for inspiration: Le Toy VanPlan ToyHapeLundby, and Pottery Barn.

Sugar Plum Kitchen Dollhouse FurniturePlan Toy Kitchen Furniture | Five MarigoldsHape Kitchen Dollhouse Furniture       Lundby Kitchen Dollhouse FurniturePottery Barn Kitchen Dollhouse Furniture

None of them were exactly what I was going for – and they were out of budget, anyway.

So, I bought this inexpensive furniture set to make over.

I decided on green cabinets with white counters and stainless appliance for my vintage dollhouse kitchen remodel.

Vintage Dollhouse Kitchen Remodel less than $10 | Five Marigolds

I added a little fabric under the farm house sink for a pop of color.

The rug is from the same sheet of textured scrapbook paper that I used for the boy room and living room, only I cut unprecise pieces of tape that I affixed to the top before spraying with some paint. The tape lifted a little when I painted it, so it’s kind of…abstract.

I wanted a rustic shiplap effect on the walls, so I used this barn wood scrapbook paper. I made the floating shelf by gluing several popsicle sticks together and trimming the ends to fit the space.Vintage Dollhouse Kitchen Remodel less than $10 | Five Marigolds

The table is from a pizza delivery (you know, the thing that keeps the box from sticking to the pizza), covered with a circle of fabric.Vintage Dollhouse Kitchen Remodel less than $10 | Five Marigolds

I added a few accessories – a pitcher leftover from my outdoor window box project and a few miniatures from my childhood dollhouse. The fork is from my daughter’s American Girl accessories. I kept finding this darn fork everywhere but where it belonged, so it became a dollhouse fixture.Vintage Dollhouse Kitchen Remodel less than $10 | Five Marigolds

Price Breakdown: Kitchen

  • Wallpaper $0.44
  • Furniture: $7.75
  • Accessories: $0*
  • TOTAL = $8.19

*Used materials I already had on hand.

Vintage Dollhouse Kitchen Remodel less than $10 | Five Marigolds

Do you like my vintage dollhouse kitchen remodel? Just one more room left before this project is complete! Follow my other posts on this project, here:

Vintage Dollhouse Makeover Part I Vintage Dollhouse, Part II Exterior, Part III Boy’s RoomPart IV Girl’s RoomPart V Laundry / BathroomPart VI Living Room, Part VII Kitchen, Part VIII Play Room + Final Reveal

Vintage Dollhouse Makeover for $50 Final Reveal! | Five Marigolds

This blog shows a room-by-room vintage dollhouse remodel on a budget! | Five Marigolds

8 thoughts on “Vintage Dollhouse Remodel Part VII: Kitchen

  1. D says:

    OMG, so cute! I’ve been procrastinating on doing my daughter’s dollhouse but your little rooms have been inspirig! Visiting from Tip Me Tuesday party.

  2. Crystal says:

    Hi! I’m visiting from 100 Happy days Link up. This is so cute! I love the vintage look. My husband built one of these doll houses for my daughter for Christmas, they are a lot of work! She loves it though, and that’s all that matters.

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