A father who goes by sixstringhook on reddit recently posted photos of an impressive DIY project he and his wife had undertaken for their son. After going to Goodwill and dropping $20 on the sort of entertainment center that has been ubiquitous in American homes for decades (but are becoming less popular due to flatscreens), sixstringhook created a home version of a play kitchen. 

It's got a fridge, a chalkboard, a sink, an oven (with LED lights that glow red inside) and an electric range (also outfitted with red LED lights). It has more space than most New Yorkers' kitchens and it's nicer to boot. The only problem is that it was for a boy. 

Sources: sixstringhook