I made this Outdoor Pallet Kid’s Mud Kitchen for the granddaughters. Fittings allow quick connection from a garden hose to the two-bowl The set-up is for cold water only, but that’s perfect for spring and summer fun. The drainage is similarly reduced to finally allow a quick-connect to a piece of garden hose to run to lawn or garden.
Make a Pallet Kid’s Mud Kitchen for lots of good, clean fun!
The is a pipe at the back that holds an umbrella. Casters are an excellent addition if you need to move the kitchen around. This project is approximately two meters long. Used sinks are found at yard sales, swap meets, or online sales apps.
Ours cost about twenty dollars, and the plumbing pieces needed for connection to the hose and drainage were another forty dollars. I used stainless screws to prevent rusting. Additionally, I did a LOT of sanding since the kids are usually playing on this barefoot. Seal it with an outdoor, UV-resistant polyurethane for years of fun.
This item is heavy and weighs somewhere between 60-100kg. We also made outdoor chairs, pallet tables, and blackboards.