I had a thrifted hutch top I originally purchased for $14.00 and it made the rounds of the house serving various purposes before finding it's way to the garage.
We've been working on a playhouse for Bayleigh and you know a sweet little playhouse has to have a sweet little kitchen.
Here is a semi-before shot. Mitch had already removed the top shelf and cut the hole for the sink when I thought to take a picture, so I just sat the top shelf in place to snap a pic.
From the hutch we made a little kitchen and a padded bench and the only money spent was for the faucet. It was less than $10.00 from Walmart.
The paint, fabric, knobs and vinyl for the burners, I already had.
Not too shabby for ten bucks.