American Girl Kitchen Sink

Posted on Dec 27 2014 - 10:12am by Rudy

American Girl Kitchen Sink

American Girl Kitchen Sink

If you didn’t already know, I am in the middle of a dollhouse renovation.  If you haven’t seen the armoire I am converting, go HERE and check it out!  This post is to show you how I made the sink for the kitchen.  So far, everything in the house is DIY!  Which I love!

Shopping list:

1/2″ plywood @ 2’ x 4’
Wood Glue
3/4’’ Nails for 18 Gauge Nailer
Mini Loaf Pan **I got mine at Michaels**
PVC Piping
2 Drawer Knobs

Cut List:

2 – 1/2’’ @ 7 1/4’’ x 2’’ – Front upper and lower pieces
2 – 1/2’’ @ 9’’ x 6 1/2’’ – Sides
1 – 1/2’’ @ 7 1/4’’ x 6 1/2’’ – Bottom
1 – 1/2’’ @ 7 1/4’’ x 2 3/4’’ – Top with Faucet
1 – 1/2’’ @ 7 1/4’’ x 3 3/4’’ – Top with Sink
1 – 1/4’’ @ 10’’ x 7 1/4’’ – Back


5/8’’ Drill bit
18 Gauge Nailer
Tape Measure
Miter Saw
Table Saw
Hearing Protection
Safety Glasses
Sanding Block

Step 1:

Pre drill 5/8″ hole for the faucet to fit through.  Your sizing may vary if you get a different size PVC pipe.  Also, I showed where I drilled holes for the knobs.  I did not tighten the knobs all the way down.  That way, they could spin freely.

American Girl Kitchen Sink

Step 2

Apply wood glue to the ends that are going to be nailed.  Then nail both of the side pieces to the bottom.

American Girl Kitchen Sink

Step 3

Glue and nail the back piece on.

American Girl Kitchen Sink

Step 4

Glue and nail the front lower piece on to the bottom and side pieces.

American Girl Kitchen Sink

Step 5

Cut the sink hole as shown below and nail it into place.

American Girl Kitchen Sink

Step 6

Add the front top cover by using wood glue and nailing into place.

American Girl Kitchen Sink

Step 7

After you have painted the PVC piping and knobs the color you want, add them to the sink.  You can also place the mini loaf pan in the cutout as shown below.

American Girl Kitchen Sink


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American Girl Kitchen Sink was last modified: March 21st, 2017 by Rudy

10 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. shannan carothers November 27, 2016 at 9:26 pm -

    Can this be made with the foam board like you did with the Kitchen? I am not very handy with wood. We are also downsizing due to my husbands Parkinson disease. Our youngest has CP, autism and will our forever child. I believe we will be playing AG dolls for a long time. I am hoping to make a Grace’s bakery for her birthday, in the beginning of January. Grace and my girl favor so much her friend’s said Grace looked just like her. Grace is her only true AG doll.

  2. autumn March 26, 2016 at 8:14 pm -

    When i made it it looked soo cute!

  3. Tia Milloy November 30, 2015 at 5:54 pm -

    wow this is so cool but can u make a video please???????????????????

  4. bella August 3, 2015 at 8:55 pm -

    this is the cuteist thing i ever saw

  5. marissa August 3, 2015 at 8:53 pm -

    best video ever !!!!!

  6. Kylie July 21, 2015 at 12:54 pm -

    Sooooooooooooooooooo cute!!!!!!!!

  7. Katie July 13, 2015 at 3:40 am -

    My dad was so nice to me by say he could build us a couple thing for our dolls!But that was before I got really sick and had to come home from my cottage just to see a doctor!

  8. Style K July 1, 2015 at 4:41 pm -

    This is so cool!

  9. Lisa Neary January 2, 2015 at 8:20 am -

    Oh my gosh, my aunt Grace was forever washing dishes, and to see this littlw sink with the gorgious doll would have put her over the moon!! THIS IS JUST LOVELY!!