I was so excited I forgot to take a picture of it before we began. At this point I had already removed the doors off the bottom 2 cabinets, removed the center drawer, removed all hardware, and braced the "counter" with the hole for the sink. But you can get a good idea of where we started. The shelves on the right side didn't come with a door and my "fridge" needed one. It was nothing that some plywood and hinges couldn't fix. There are a million tutorials online for these but the basic jist is this- find an entertainment center, cut a hole and add a metal bowl for the sink, paint, seal, add new hardware, fill with play food/dishes, enjoy hours of entertainment. It is an entertainment center after all- bah dum ching!
Cheesy joke- my apologies.
I got the dishwasher rack, dishes, apron hanger, and handles at Ikea. The backsplash was leftover from my real kitchen and the 'granite' counter was just a managerie of our wall colors sponged on and sprinkled with glitter. The "window" is a poster I found online and framed in with trim to look like a window complete with a sill. Here are a few (terrible phone) pictures I took along the journey.