Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

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Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

With any bright idea that I have, as soon as it enters my thoughts I have to act upon it straight away! I am quick to jump on the laptop and start searching for ideas on how I can actually achieve it. This project of transforming our preloved into a mini version of my very own kitchen was certainly no different.

So, a couple of weekends ago we dusted off our old Ikea play kitchen which has been sat at the bottom of the garden in the summer house for the last two years and brought it back up into the house. The children were so excited to have it somewhere they could actually play with it again. I, however, was not so keen on how it looked in my colour coordinated, meticulously designed, open plan living space!

After trawling through numerous images of other people’s Ikea play kitchen hacks on Pinterest , it suddenly dawned on me, why don’t I recreate my Tom Howley kitchen using the same colours and door fittings? I had some leftover paint from when our kitchen was installed and Tom Howley kindly sent me some matching door handles and internal door labels. I was all set with a plan of action and eager to crack on with it!

I’ve included a step by step guide below for your own play kitchen makeover. It really isn’t a tough one to do, I promise!

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Tom Howley ‘Tansy’ Paint by Farrow & Ball)

Tom Howley ‘Lithadora’ Paint by Farrow & Ball)

or multi-surface silicone with gun

Tom Howley polished chrome cup handles for the oven and cabinet door

Tom Howley polished chrome knob handle for the microwave

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

1. Our Ikea kitchen was already assembled so rather than taking it apart completely I just took off the doors, handles, worktop and separated the top and bottom sections. Lay out all of your pieces and make a plan for what colour to paint each piece.

2. Use frogtape/painter’s tape to block off the parts you don’t want to get paint on . You’ll need to also tape the inside bottom and inner sides of the stove and cabinet in order for the internal wood not to show when the doors are closed.

3. Fill the holes from where the Ikea handles had previously been. I used Big Boy Body Filler, which I swear by! Once the filler has dried give it a good sand until smooth.

4. I sanded all wooden areas which were to be painted. I had heard mixed reviews on whether the top coat would stay on properly if the shiny properties of the Ikea doors were not sanded off, so to be safe, I gave it a quick sand. Once roughly sanded, I used the primer to spray all the wooden pieces, the white gloss to spray the kitchen sink and the metallic to spray the tap, cooker rim, rail and hanging hooks. Be sure to check the instructions on the spray cans for when you can do the second coat.

5. Once the primer had completely dried on the units and doors I applied the top coat of paint. I use Tom Howley paint which work off similar colours to the Farrow and Ball colour chart. My cabinets are painted in Tansy and the kitchen island in Lithodora . To apply the paint I used a mini foam roller which gave a smooth finish. The secret I found to a successful application is to apply lots of thin coats. This builds up the colour nicely whilst retains the smoothness.

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

6. Attach the new handles. I gave this job to my husband and he did a grand job and ensuring they were level!

7. Apply the adhesive vinyl to the countertop. Do this slowly and carefully while using a vinyl squeegee to get out any bubbles as they come up. Cut out the centre parts of the sink and stove with a boxcutter and wrap the contact paper around those edges. In order to make a smooth finish on the outside edges and corners, you will want to use a hairdryer to heat up the contact paper. This makes it stretch much easier for a perfect fit!

8. Measure your foam board to fit the back of the kitchen opening and trim it down with your box cutter. I opted for an upstand and painted wall effect so I painted the foam board in Wimborne White F&B and then attached it to the back of the kitchen using my glue gun. For the upstand I trimmed a piece of foam board to size and covered it with the adhesive vinyl, I then glued this to the inside of the painted foam board.

9. And finally, to give your play kitchen that extra special finish, apply white silicone to the joins of the worktop and upstand.

And that’s it, your Ikea play kitchen hack is complete! All you need to do now is accessorise it. I put two rattan wicker storage trays underneath the kitchen to keep the play food and cutlery in and managed to find some extremely cute miniature clip lid jars so put some spaghetti in one and baking beans in the other. .

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Thanks for reading and I hope this has inspired you to give this a go! If you do, please tag me in your Instagram posts ????

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Victoria April 26, 2018 / 5:19 pm

Gaynor April 26, 2018 / 5:27 pm

Scarlet has a better kitchen than I do!!!????????????

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Misskatela April 26, 2018 / 6:32 pm

Love it! Looks amazing! ☺️Loooove Ikea Kitchen Hacks! I can’t wait to do one when I have kids! ☺️xx

Ali Smith April 26, 2018 / 6:34 pm

Claudine April 26, 2018 / 7:04 pm

I will be doing this to my daughters pink kitchen ASAP! It looks great

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Daenerys Drogo April 26, 2018 / 9:46 pm

Orla O'Riordan April 27, 2018 / 2:41 pm

Amazing such a great job.. Im going to do mine now !! Wekk dibe

Harriet Hewett May 2, 2018 / 4:57 pm

Through seeing a post on this ikea hack , I have just discovered your blog and I absolutely love it. Am currently in the process of buying a house to renovate and I hope it looks half as good as yours! Great idea of an online diary blog so you can look back on all your hard work.

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Hi there, thanks for your lovely words! Good luck with yours!

I love this! I am now doing a mini version of our own kitchen for my daughter. Can I please ask what size you ordered the wicker baskets in? Thanks, Kirsty

That’s great! It’s the medium size! X

Georgine March 11, 2019 / 3:57 pm

so cute! Were did you buy the baskets?

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Author March 11, 2019 / 8:21 pm

Just off eBay – I think they are linked in the post?

Leanne April 16, 2019 / 11:53 am

Hi SJ, I absolutely love this and when I get a chance, I will do this to my children’s toy kitchen which they play with all the time. Like yours, it sits in the main living area and is such an isaw as it is bright red and blue and does not match the rest of my new house. How much did it cost you to do your little kitchen up?

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Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

With any bright idea that I have, as soon as it enters my thoughts I have to act upon it straight away! I am quick to jump on the laptop and start searching for ideas on how I can actually achieve it. This project of transforming our preloved into a mini version of my very own kitchen was certainly no different.

So, a couple of weekends ago we dusted off our old Ikea play kitchen which has been sat at the bottom of the garden in the summer house for the last two years and brought it back up into the house. The children were so excited to have it somewhere they could actually play with it again. I, however, was not so keen on how it looked in my colour coordinated, meticulously designed, open plan living space!

After trawling through numerous images of other people’s Ikea play kitchen hacks on Pinterest , it suddenly dawned on me, why don’t I recreate my Tom Howley kitchen using the same colours and door fittings? I had some leftover paint from when our kitchen was installed and Tom Howley kindly sent me some matching door handles and internal door labels. I was all set with a plan of action and eager to crack on with it!

I’ve included a step by step guide below for your own play kitchen makeover. It really isn’t a tough one to do, I promise!

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Tom Howley ‘Tansy’ Paint by Farrow & Ball)

Tom Howley ‘Lithadora’ Paint by Farrow & Ball)

or multi-surface silicone with gun

Tom Howley polished chrome cup handles for the oven and cabinet door

Tom Howley polished chrome knob handle for the microwave

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

1. Our Ikea kitchen was already assembled so rather than taking it apart completely I just took off the doors, handles, worktop and separated the top and bottom sections. Lay out all of your pieces and make a plan for what colour to paint each piece.

2. Use frogtape/painter’s tape to block off the parts you don’t want to get paint on . You’ll need to also tape the inside bottom and inner sides of the stove and cabinet in order for the internal wood not to show when the doors are closed.

3. Fill the holes from where the Ikea handles had previously been. I used Big Boy Body Filler, which I swear by! Once the filler has dried give it a good sand until smooth.

4. I sanded all wooden areas which were to be painted. I had heard mixed reviews on whether the top coat would stay on properly if the shiny properties of the Ikea doors were not sanded off, so to be safe, I gave it a quick sand. Once roughly sanded, I used the primer to spray all the wooden pieces, the white gloss to spray the kitchen sink and the metallic to spray the tap, cooker rim, rail and hanging hooks. Be sure to check the instructions on the spray cans for when you can do the second coat.

5. Once the primer had completely dried on the units and doors I applied the top coat of paint. I use Tom Howley paint which work off similar colours to the Farrow and Ball colour chart. My cabinets are painted in Tansy and the kitchen island in Lithodora . To apply the paint I used a mini foam roller which gave a smooth finish. The secret I found to a successful application is to apply lots of thin coats. This builds up the colour nicely whilst retains the smoothness.

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

6. Attach the new handles. I gave this job to my husband and he did a grand job and ensuring they were level!

7. Apply the adhesive vinyl to the countertop. Do this slowly and carefully while using a vinyl squeegee to get out any bubbles as they come up. Cut out the centre parts of the sink and stove with a boxcutter and wrap the contact paper around those edges. In order to make a smooth finish on the outside edges and corners, you will want to use a hairdryer to heat up the contact paper. This makes it stretch much easier for a perfect fit!

8. Measure your foam board to fit the back of the kitchen opening and trim it down with your box cutter. I opted for an upstand and painted wall effect so I painted the foam board in Wimborne White F&B and then attached it to the back of the kitchen using my glue gun. For the upstand I trimmed a piece of foam board to size and covered it with the adhesive vinyl, I then glued this to the inside of the painted foam board.

9. And finally, to give your play kitchen that extra special finish, apply white silicone to the joins of the worktop and upstand.

And that’s it, your Ikea play kitchen hack is complete! All you need to do now is accessorise it. I put two rattan wicker storage trays underneath the kitchen to keep the play food and cutlery in and managed to find some extremely cute miniature clip lid jars so put some spaghetti in one and baking beans in the other. .

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Thanks for reading and I hope this has inspired you to give this a go! If you do, please tag me in your Instagram posts ????

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Victoria April 26, 2018 / 5:19 pm

Gaynor April 26, 2018 / 5:27 pm

Scarlet has a better kitchen than I do!!!????????????

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Misskatela April 26, 2018 / 6:32 pm

Love it! Looks amazing! ☺️Loooove Ikea Kitchen Hacks! I can’t wait to do one when I have kids! ☺️xx

Ali Smith April 26, 2018 / 6:34 pm

Claudine April 26, 2018 / 7:04 pm

I will be doing this to my daughters pink kitchen ASAP! It looks great

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Daenerys Drogo April 26, 2018 / 9:46 pm

Orla O'Riordan April 27, 2018 / 2:41 pm

Amazing such a great job.. Im going to do mine now !! Wekk dibe

Harriet Hewett May 2, 2018 / 4:57 pm

Through seeing a post on this ikea hack , I have just discovered your blog and I absolutely love it. Am currently in the process of buying a house to renovate and I hope it looks half as good as yours! Great idea of an online diary blog so you can look back on all your hard work.

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Hi there, thanks for your lovely words! Good luck with yours!

I love this! I am now doing a mini version of our own kitchen for my daughter. Can I please ask what size you ordered the wicker baskets in? Thanks, Kirsty

That’s great! It’s the medium size! X

Georgine March 11, 2019 / 3:57 pm

so cute! Were did you buy the baskets?

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Author March 11, 2019 / 8:21 pm

Just off eBay – I think they are linked in the post?

Leanne April 16, 2019 / 11:53 am

Hi SJ, I absolutely love this and when I get a chance, I will do this to my children’s toy kitchen which they play with all the time. Like yours, it sits in the main living area and is such an isaw as it is bright red and blue and does not match the rest of my new house. How much did it cost you to do your little kitchen up?

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Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

With any bright idea that I have, as soon as it enters my thoughts I have to act upon it straight away! I am quick to jump on the laptop and start searching for ideas on how I can actually achieve it. This project of transforming our preloved into a mini version of my very own kitchen was certainly no different.

So, a couple of weekends ago we dusted off our old Ikea play kitchen which has been sat at the bottom of the garden in the summer house for the last two years and brought it back up into the house. The children were so excited to have it somewhere they could actually play with it again. I, however, was not so keen on how it looked in my colour coordinated, meticulously designed, open plan living space!

After trawling through numerous images of other people’s Ikea play kitchen hacks on Pinterest , it suddenly dawned on me, why don’t I recreate my Tom Howley kitchen using the same colours and door fittings? I had some leftover paint from when our kitchen was installed and Tom Howley kindly sent me some matching door handles and internal door labels. I was all set with a plan of action and eager to crack on with it!

I’ve included a step by step guide below for your own play kitchen makeover. It really isn’t a tough one to do, I promise!

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Tom Howley ‘Tansy’ Paint by Farrow & Ball)

Tom Howley ‘Lithadora’ Paint by Farrow & Ball)

or multi-surface silicone with gun

Tom Howley polished chrome cup handles for the oven and cabinet door

Tom Howley polished chrome knob handle for the microwave

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

1. Our Ikea kitchen was already assembled so rather than taking it apart completely I just took off the doors, handles, worktop and separated the top and bottom sections. Lay out all of your pieces and make a plan for what colour to paint each piece.

2. Use frogtape/painter’s tape to block off the parts you don’t want to get paint on . You’ll need to also tape the inside bottom and inner sides of the stove and cabinet in order for the internal wood not to show when the doors are closed.

3. Fill the holes from where the Ikea handles had previously been. I used Big Boy Body Filler, which I swear by! Once the filler has dried give it a good sand until smooth.

4. I sanded all wooden areas which were to be painted. I had heard mixed reviews on whether the top coat would stay on properly if the shiny properties of the Ikea doors were not sanded off, so to be safe, I gave it a quick sand. Once roughly sanded, I used the primer to spray all the wooden pieces, the white gloss to spray the kitchen sink and the metallic to spray the tap, cooker rim, rail and hanging hooks. Be sure to check the instructions on the spray cans for when you can do the second coat.

5. Once the primer had completely dried on the units and doors I applied the top coat of paint. I use Tom Howley paint which work off similar colours to the Farrow and Ball colour chart. My cabinets are painted in Tansy and the kitchen island in Lithodora . To apply the paint I used a mini foam roller which gave a smooth finish. The secret I found to a successful application is to apply lots of thin coats. This builds up the colour nicely whilst retains the smoothness.

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

6. Attach the new handles. I gave this job to my husband and he did a grand job and ensuring they were level!

7. Apply the adhesive vinyl to the countertop. Do this slowly and carefully while using a vinyl squeegee to get out any bubbles as they come up. Cut out the centre parts of the sink and stove with a boxcutter and wrap the contact paper around those edges. In order to make a smooth finish on the outside edges and corners, you will want to use a hairdryer to heat up the contact paper. This makes it stretch much easier for a perfect fit!

8. Measure your foam board to fit the back of the kitchen opening and trim it down with your box cutter. I opted for an upstand and painted wall effect so I painted the foam board in Wimborne White F&B and then attached it to the back of the kitchen using my glue gun. For the upstand I trimmed a piece of foam board to size and covered it with the adhesive vinyl, I then glued this to the inside of the painted foam board.

9. And finally, to give your play kitchen that extra special finish, apply white silicone to the joins of the worktop and upstand.

And that’s it, your Ikea play kitchen hack is complete! All you need to do now is accessorise it. I put two rattan wicker storage trays underneath the kitchen to keep the play food and cutlery in and managed to find some extremely cute miniature clip lid jars so put some spaghetti in one and baking beans in the other. .

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Thanks for reading and I hope this has inspired you to give this a go! If you do, please tag me in your Instagram posts ????

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Victoria April 26, 2018 / 5:19 pm

Gaynor April 26, 2018 / 5:27 pm

Scarlet has a better kitchen than I do!!!????????????

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Misskatela April 26, 2018 / 6:32 pm

Love it! Looks amazing! ☺️Loooove Ikea Kitchen Hacks! I can’t wait to do one when I have kids! ☺️xx

Ali Smith April 26, 2018 / 6:34 pm

Claudine April 26, 2018 / 7:04 pm

I will be doing this to my daughters pink kitchen ASAP! It looks great

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Daenerys Drogo April 26, 2018 / 9:46 pm

Orla O'Riordan April 27, 2018 / 2:41 pm

Amazing such a great job.. Im going to do mine now !! Wekk dibe

Harriet Hewett May 2, 2018 / 4:57 pm

Through seeing a post on this ikea hack , I have just discovered your blog and I absolutely love it. Am currently in the process of buying a house to renovate and I hope it looks half as good as yours! Great idea of an online diary blog so you can look back on all your hard work.

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Hi there, thanks for your lovely words! Good luck with yours!

I love this! I am now doing a mini version of our own kitchen for my daughter. Can I please ask what size you ordered the wicker baskets in? Thanks, Kirsty

That’s great! It’s the medium size! X

Georgine March 11, 2019 / 3:57 pm

so cute! Were did you buy the baskets?

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Author March 11, 2019 / 8:21 pm

Just off eBay – I think they are linked in the post?

Leanne April 16, 2019 / 11:53 am

Hi SJ, I absolutely love this and when I get a chance, I will do this to my children’s toy kitchen which they play with all the time. Like yours, it sits in the main living area and is such an isaw as it is bright red and blue and does not match the rest of my new house. How much did it cost you to do your little kitchen up?

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Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

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Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

With any bright idea that I have, as soon as it enters my thoughts I have to act upon it straight away! I am quick to jump on the laptop and start searching for ideas on how I can actually achieve it. This project of transforming our preloved into a mini version of my very own kitchen was certainly no different.

So, a couple of weekends ago we dusted off our old Ikea play kitchen which has been sat at the bottom of the garden in the summer house for the last two years and brought it back up into the house. The children were so excited to have it somewhere they could actually play with it again. I, however, was not so keen on how it looked in my colour coordinated, meticulously designed, open plan living space!

After trawling through numerous images of other people’s Ikea play kitchen hacks on Pinterest , it suddenly dawned on me, why don’t I recreate my Tom Howley kitchen using the same colours and door fittings? I had some leftover paint from when our kitchen was installed and Tom Howley kindly sent me some matching door handles and internal door labels. I was all set with a plan of action and eager to crack on with it!

I’ve included a step by step guide below for your own play kitchen makeover. It really isn’t a tough one to do, I promise!

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Tom Howley ‘Tansy’ Paint by Farrow & Ball)

Tom Howley ‘Lithadora’ Paint by Farrow & Ball)

or multi-surface silicone with gun

Tom Howley polished chrome cup handles for the oven and cabinet door

Tom Howley polished chrome knob handle for the microwave

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

1. Our Ikea kitchen was already assembled so rather than taking it apart completely I just took off the doors, handles, worktop and separated the top and bottom sections. Lay out all of your pieces and make a plan for what colour to paint each piece.

2. Use frogtape/painter’s tape to block off the parts you don’t want to get paint on . You’ll need to also tape the inside bottom and inner sides of the stove and cabinet in order for the internal wood not to show when the doors are closed.

3. Fill the holes from where the Ikea handles had previously been. I used Big Boy Body Filler, which I swear by! Once the filler has dried give it a good sand until smooth.

4. I sanded all wooden areas which were to be painted. I had heard mixed reviews on whether the top coat would stay on properly if the shiny properties of the Ikea doors were not sanded off, so to be safe, I gave it a quick sand. Once roughly sanded, I used the primer to spray all the wooden pieces, the white gloss to spray the kitchen sink and the metallic to spray the tap, cooker rim, rail and hanging hooks. Be sure to check the instructions on the spray cans for when you can do the second coat.

5. Once the primer had completely dried on the units and doors I applied the top coat of paint. I use Tom Howley paint which work off similar colours to the Farrow and Ball colour chart. My cabinets are painted in Tansy and the kitchen island in Lithodora . To apply the paint I used a mini foam roller which gave a smooth finish. The secret I found to a successful application is to apply lots of thin coats. This builds up the colour nicely whilst retains the smoothness.

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

6. Attach the new handles. I gave this job to my husband and he did a grand job and ensuring they were level!

7. Apply the adhesive vinyl to the countertop. Do this slowly and carefully while using a vinyl squeegee to get out any bubbles as they come up. Cut out the centre parts of the sink and stove with a boxcutter and wrap the contact paper around those edges. In order to make a smooth finish on the outside edges and corners, you will want to use a hairdryer to heat up the contact paper. This makes it stretch much easier for a perfect fit!

8. Measure your foam board to fit the back of the kitchen opening and trim it down with your box cutter. I opted for an upstand and painted wall effect so I painted the foam board in Wimborne White F&B and then attached it to the back of the kitchen using my glue gun. For the upstand I trimmed a piece of foam board to size and covered it with the adhesive vinyl, I then glued this to the inside of the painted foam board.

9. And finally, to give your play kitchen that extra special finish, apply white silicone to the joins of the worktop and upstand.

And that’s it, your Ikea play kitchen hack is complete! All you need to do now is accessorise it. I put two rattan wicker storage trays underneath the kitchen to keep the play food and cutlery in and managed to find some extremely cute miniature clip lid jars so put some spaghetti in one and baking beans in the other. .

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Thanks for reading and I hope this has inspired you to give this a go! If you do, please tag me in your Instagram posts ????

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Victoria April 26, 2018 / 5:19 pm

Gaynor April 26, 2018 / 5:27 pm

Scarlet has a better kitchen than I do!!!????????????

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Misskatela April 26, 2018 / 6:32 pm

Love it! Looks amazing! ☺️Loooove Ikea Kitchen Hacks! I can’t wait to do one when I have kids! ☺️xx

Ali Smith April 26, 2018 / 6:34 pm

Claudine April 26, 2018 / 7:04 pm

I will be doing this to my daughters pink kitchen ASAP! It looks great

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Daenerys Drogo April 26, 2018 / 9:46 pm

Orla O'Riordan April 27, 2018 / 2:41 pm

Amazing such a great job.. Im going to do mine now !! Wekk dibe

Harriet Hewett May 2, 2018 / 4:57 pm

Through seeing a post on this ikea hack , I have just discovered your blog and I absolutely love it. Am currently in the process of buying a house to renovate and I hope it looks half as good as yours! Great idea of an online diary blog so you can look back on all your hard work.

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Hi there, thanks for your lovely words! Good luck with yours!

I love this! I am now doing a mini version of our own kitchen for my daughter. Can I please ask what size you ordered the wicker baskets in? Thanks, Kirsty

That’s great! It’s the medium size! X

Georgine March 11, 2019 / 3:57 pm

so cute! Were did you buy the baskets?

Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

Author March 11, 2019 / 8:21 pm

Just off eBay – I think they are linked in the post?

Leanne April 16, 2019 / 11:53 am

Hi SJ, I absolutely love this and when I get a chance, I will do this to my children’s toy kitchen which they play with all the time. Like yours, it sits in the main living area and is such an isaw as it is bright red and blue and does not match the rest of my new house. How much did it cost you to do your little kitchen up?

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Just a Little Tom Howley Kitchen

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Just A Little Build will occasionally contain affiliate links. So if you click on a link and make a purchase from an affiliate site, then I may make a commission from that purchase but this will not cost you anything extra at all. Any sponsored posts will be noted as such but as always I only include products that I truly love and I will always be 100% honest.

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