Step 2 LifeStyle Dream Kitchen

April 14, 2014 - Comment

Lifestyle Dream Kitchen The Lifestyle Dream Kitchen is one of the most realistic play kitchens your child will ever play with. It’s upscale compact design matches today’s home décor. It even has granite-looking counter tops. This kitchen has it all including five realistic electronic play features: microwave, oven, stove top, phone and light. Toddlers will

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Lifestyle Dream Kitchen

The Lifestyle Dream Kitchen is one of the most realistic play kitchens your child will ever play with. It’s upscale compact design matches today’s home décor. It even has granite-looking counter tops. This kitchen has it all including five realistic electronic play features: microwave, oven, stove top, phone and light. Toddlers will have hours of fun make believing and play cooking in the kitchen. This kitchen is large enough that multiple children can play together at once. The stainless steel looking oven, microwave and refrigerator enhance children’s play and provide plenty of storage for playtime accessories. Special frying pan and boiling pot with lid activate electronic frying and boiling water sounds on stove’s front burner. Made in USA and imported parts. Phone, play food, silver doors and faucet made in China.

Every child’s dream kitchen  Loaded with realistic features and electronics Multiple child play area packed with accessories

Multiple storage drawers and cabinets make storing and putting accessories away fun. Special compartmentalized silverware drawer plus pull-out fruit or vegetable basket provide endless ways to organize and play. Special touches include decorative plate rack and sink faucet, realistic kick plate, framed window and detailed wainscoting to accent wallpaper border.

Additional Product Details Include: Five electronic features: play phone, stove burner, overhead light, oven keypad and microwave keypad37-piece accessory set includedFramed window with working lightRequires six “AA” and five “AAA” batteries (not included)Adult assembly requiredRecommended age: 2 and upDimensions: 44.75″ H x 35.5″ W x 15.5″ D3-star (highest) rating, Canadian Toy Testing Council

Product Features

  • Stainless Steel, Granite, and Wood styling provide incredible realism
  • 5 electronic features: microwave, over, stovetop, phone, and light
  • 7 cupboards and drawers
  • Oven, refrigerator, and microwave add to the storage
  • 37 piece accessory set includes dishes, phone, and basket

Comments

S.A.L. says:

The best child’s play kitchen. I purchased the deluxe model about four months ago and am still thrilled with the kitchen. I use it in my home day care (age ranges from 15 months to 6 years old) and have found it to be very durable and well worth the money. The kids love it. With the deluxe model, there is plenty of room for multiple children to play together. And there are plenty of accessories to go around (pot/frying pan, lids, salt pepper shaker, electronic phone, spatula, forks and knives, cups, pitcher, plates). You can purchase additional fake food from step 2 that works really well with this kitchen, also.The kids love it when they sit a pan on the “burner” and it sizzles…then they can turn around and put a pot on it and it will sound like it is boiling/bubbling. Each appliance has a keypad next to it that has the same simple sounds like a kids toy phone. There is an additional phone that has its own “base” on the counter top. There are a couple of knobs to turn and a plastic pretend water…

Hannah says:

A Great Toy for the Little Ones! Minor Probs Though This is probably the best kitchen out there right now. The attention to detail is great, the sound effects, the light above the sink, the endless little compartments and cabinets will keep kids occupied for hours. Another great thing is the gender-neutral colors which may keep dads from getting in a huff if they were to see junior playing in a pink and purple kitchen.The only items worth noting are:1) Do not try to assemble this thing with your kids around. Even if you think your kids are the patient kind that can calmly wait for you to finish you are wrong! This thing takes forever to put together, especially if you do not have an electrical screwdriver (see point 2). Wait until the kids are napping before you even open the box.2) Use an electrical screwdriver.3) SAFETY ISSUE: some of the screws have plastic covers that you need to snap down to close. Half of them don’t close properly and they are a choking hazard! Small children can…

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