I have the itch to redecorate my daughters’ nursery. All my toddler transition ideas are burning a hole through my patience. I swore I’d wait until we transitioned them to toddler beds, but it’s getting very difficult to wait. I’ve already rearranged their cribs…
and am planning to do a few small things to organize their toys and books.
But in order to calm the urges, I’ve decided to build toys instead. So here’s a little roundup of the best DIY kids toys I’ve seen. Play kitchens, play grills and play tools, OH MY!!
Modified Play Kitchen – There are a ton of cute DIY Play Kitchens out there, but I’m partial to this modified play kitchen from House Tweaking. Ikea’s play kitchen is another great foundation for some fun designs.
Kid’s Charcoal Grill – YES! I love, love, love this. Living in the South with 9 months of outdoor weather, this is such a fun idea.
DIY No-Sew Teepee – I already made a-frame tents for friends and nephews and a reading canopy nook for the little ladies, but a teepee will be making an appearance in the updated toddler room. This one is so sweet.
Kid’s Workbench – An obvious DIY for the DIY family. A family that builds together, stays together.
Make Believe Station – Oh the possibilities with this little make believe station. A hardware store, grocery store, restaurant, food truck, salon, doctors office. Your kids can use this little storefront for just about ANYTHING!!
DIY Wood Swing – And my favorite recent DIY from yours truly. This has been the best addition to our outdoor space this summer. The girls LOVE to swing!
Photo Credit: Play Kitchen: House Tweaking | Charcoal Grill: Apartment Therapy | DIY Teepee: Julie Blenner | Kid’s Workbench: HoneyBear Lane | Make Believe Station: Rambling Renovators | DIY Wood Swing: House. Food. Baby.