A smaller, narrower fridge, just like Gracie's original fridge. Designed to fit a smaller space.
2 - 1x12 @ 36" (Sides)
3 - 1x12 @ 11 1/2" (Tops/Bottoms)
1 - 1x10 @ 11 1/2" (Fridge Shelf)
1 - 1/4" Plywood @ 13" x 36" (Back)
1 - 1x12 @ 12" (Freezer Door)
1 - 1x12 @ 20 1/4" (Fridge Door)
A few years back, I could not think of what to get Grace for her birthday. Tired of toys that she becomes tired of in minutes, I drooled over a kitchen from Pottery Barn Kids. With a tiny budget and both a birthday and Christmas within days, I knew I could never afford to buy it.
So I built it.
And I blogged the plans here.
And I've been out built so many since. And so many creative, incredible, amazing kitchens have followed, in all colors, styles, and with the most beautiful accessories.
Here is from Kirsten, from The Crafting Chicks. I may have built a wood kitchen, but Kirsten inspired so many people to accessorize and paint their kitchens and sew . . . . she is amazing.
You must go here to see all the photos and to get the full tutorial on how to build the sink skirt.
I love the little details in this kitchen, from the scalloped backsplash to the rounded shelving on the end.
From Rambling Renovators, who blogged that she is ridiculously happy with how the project turned out.
You must go here to see that oven . . . it lights up and has a real oven rack!
How about that fridge! And I love the decals and the oven door!
And from Mindy
People are so creative. Check out that little sink!
And from Tasha
Can't go wrong with glass knobs and beautiful fabric!
Simple blue works too!
And white never goes out of style. Is that a dishwasher? How amazing!
This one could be boy friendly! I love the stove! And the colors!
How about a magnetic fridge?
Or chic style? Love the animal stripes!
Is that a real faucet? Cute!
Adore these bright colors!
And from Blue Eyed Yonder
The kitchen is cute, but I'm always partial to cute kids.
I wanted to show you this kitchen for two reasons. One, it's beautiful. And two, Krista has found a way to sell her work and still give credit back. She has also made the design her own. There has been quite a bit of talk about selling furniture, and I've always been so torn between understanding that people are just trying to make a little money in hard times doing something that they love, but also torn in trying to protect what I have worked so hard at. Thank you to those of you who give credit. It is much appreciated.
And finally, from Catherine, at iBlog
You must go visit Catherine to see all the photos. Beyond beautiful.
And just look at that homeade apron sink. What a brilliant idea.
Now for any of you who I have not lost yet (I don't blame you, there are some talented people out there!) I wanted to add quick plans for the fridge for more compact spaces.