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Pretend Kitchen Furniture



Kids will enjoy years of spirited pretend culinary fun with these kid-sized kitchen "appliances." They're beautifully designed and crafted from eco-friendly rubberwood and pressed wood, with realistic details that inspire young chefs to play all day, every day.

Refrigerator features two pull-out shelves and separate freezer compartment. Stove and Sink Set has four burners, movable knobs, under-sink storage compartment, removable plastic sink basin and removable oven shelf.

Get culinary fun really cooking with charming wooden playtime kitchen cookware, made in Europe and featuring removable metal lids. Each Saucepan,Soup Pot, and Teakettle measures approx. 5"W x 5"L x 4"H.

For ages 3 and up. Sorry, express shipping and gift wrap not available.

Refrigerator 34"H x 15½"W
Stove and Sink Set 26"H x 30"W
Saucepan 5½"L x 4½"W x 3¾"H
Soup Pot 4½"L x 6"W x 2"H
Teakettle 4¾"L x 5½"W x 5¼"H

Pretend Kitchen Special Save $49! when you buy our Refrigerator, Stove and Sink together. Only $349 ($20 additional shipping)

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Everything we wanted.

Reviewed on: 3/3/2011 12:00:00 AM

Great product. [...] On line reviews stated assembly was difficult. Getting info from customer service was difficult. Assembly wasn't easy, but doable with my son who is a mechanical engineer. There was a discount code available, but customer service wouldn't apply it. I would recommend this product to others, but suggest they buy it from someone else.


Nice play kitchen

Reviewed on: 3/3/2011 12:00:00 AM

We have this play kitchen in our living room so I like that the design is pleasing, it fits in and doesn't look garish. My twin two-year-olds have fun opening and closing the oven door, pretend cooking on the stove, putting things in the sink. They spend a lot of time with the fridge unit as well. Overall I would recommend this kitchen to any parent of small children. A few caveats: 1) we had to secure the stove unit to the wall, because my kids would stand on the oven door and the whole unit would then tip over. 2) I've seen other play kitchens with a few more interactive possibilities, e.g. phone/microwave/etc. A few more things to play with would have been nice. 3) I wish the stove height were a little lower. My 2-year-olds can't quite reach the faucet and knobs. Other than those things, though, we are very pleased with this kitchen and our kids are having fun with it. It's well made, from good quality materials.


Wonderful play kitchen!!!

Reviewed on: 12/31/2010 12:00:00 AM

This is a very well made, aesthetically pleasing kitchen, and my kids are loving it! (The only issue is that the allen wrenches provided were a bit flimsy and hard to use - they stripped upon using. But, can always buy better ones.)The price is much better than the Plan Toys kitchen and you still get the quality wood and nontoxic product. Very pleased with the product [...]


Excellent product

Reviewed on: 12/13/2010 12:00:00 AM

Looked at many different options, and for the price, this is an excellent, well built product. Many reviews complain about it being difficult to assemble, but did not find this to be the case. There is one inaccuracy in the instructions, but this is rather obvious. Our 2 year old had trouble opening the doors with the magnets on, so we removed the magnet for now for ease of use. Easy to tip over, but I think this would be the case with any of the play kitchen on the market and an active child.



Reviewed on: 12/13/2010 12:00:00 AM

Just got it together last night. Took my husband 1.5 hours - he says it was a real pain. I say it's very nice quality and worth every minute! Love that it's not girly (since it's for my nephew). It's also a really nice size. Though it'll be big for him now (for his 1st bday), I know he'll get many years out of it. My 5 year old would love it! I'd recommend it to anyone wanting to invest in a great toy that'll last a long, long time (both in quality and in a child's interest level).


I will buy one for grandma's house next!

Reviewed on: 8/28/2010 12:00:00 AM

It's made of wood instead of plastic so it is terrifically sturdy. It also has primary colors instead of pinks so I felt more comfortable giving it to my grandson for his first birthday. Carpenter Grandpa had a little trouble putting it together. He thought the assembly directions were inaccurate in a few places; I don't think I could have assembled it myself. BUT, once it's together, it's wonderful!


difficult assembly

Reviewed on: 7/16/2010 12:00:00 AM

I am starting a school in my home and I have assembled more than a few items...This refrigerator was VERY hard to put together, the directions were not clear and not all the pieces fit together as they should. The quality of the wood is solid and it looks like it will last....but I had to break out my power drill to finish this!

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