KidKraft Prairie Kitchen

April 14, 2014 - Comment

Any young, imaginative child is sure to love playing with this adorable Prairie Kitchen. Product Features Knobs on oven and sink turn and Removable sink for quick and easy clean-up Dishwasher and storage drawers open and close Additional storage below sink Paper towel holder Made of wood and sturdy construction

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Any young, imaginative child is sure to love playing with this adorable Prairie Kitchen.

Product Features

  • Knobs on oven and sink turn and Removable sink for quick and easy clean-up
  • Dishwasher and storage drawers open and close
  • Additional storage below sink
  • Paper towel holder
  • Made of wood and sturdy construction

Comments

Twin Mom says:

Kids and mom LOVE it! After a ton of research, I purchased this play kitchen for my twins’ 2nd birthday, and we all couldn’t be happier with it! I chose the Prairie Kitchen for several reasons:1. SO CUTE! It looks like our kitchen. It’s not too girly looking, and it blends in well with our decor (as opposed to the pastel or primary colored kitchens).2. Good size. Two kids can easily play together, and the counter height is 20″ from the floor. My twins are very tall, and the counter height is perfect, yet they have to stretch to reach items on the shelf.3. Realistic features. It looks like a real kitchen with gas burners, a grill, silver faucet/sink, wainscoting, towel bar, clickable dials. Lots of kitchens have features that look vaguely like the real thing.4. Oven has a middle rack, like a real oven (many kitchens don’t have this).5. Kidkraft makes solid products and has a variety of play kitchens on the market.The only thing I’m unhappy with is…

L. Sanders says:

A super cute kitchen that falls apart constantly We ordered this kitchen or our almost two year old for Christmas but it gets used by a 6, 3 and 2 year old. We chose this model because of how cute it was and that the company replaces broken items free of charge. In these last seven months we have had to order and replace one of the pink handles twice, the oven rack wall and a door. They have broken the sink so it no longer snaps in place, but they love to carry it around. One of the oven knobs has never clicked when turned, but the kids don’t care.It seems like our choice to go with a company that replaces the parts free of charge has been a good one, but I must say that the particle wood that these are mostly made out of are prone to wearing quickly where screws and do dads are connected. Once the screw comes loose you have to get the whole section of wood replaced because the hole is stripped. It took quite a while to put together and so we have left the door off and haven’t yet fixed the broken panel inside the oven…

John Occhiogrosso "mommy nine" says:

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