Vintage Kitchen in Pink

from KidKraft


  • Everyday Heroes Wooden Play Set
  • Vintage Kitchen in Pink


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What It Is

What It Is

The Vintage Kitchen in Pink is a pretend kitchen set with retro flair, not just in its look. This is a reproduction of the classic wooden kitchens that were popular in the 1950s and 1960s. It comes with doors that open and close, oven knobs that turn and click, a cordless phone, a removable sink, and storage for toys. The kitchen is made of composite wood products. It is also available in red. Kitchen accessories are sold separately.

Why It’s Fun

Kids love acting out what they see their parents doing because they want to be just like mom and dad. And one parental activity that kids want to play out is cooking. There's a lot of great detail in the Vintage Kitchen in Pink set to offer kids a realistic pretend cooking experience.

Who It’s For

The Vintage Kitchen in Pink is for ages 3—5.

What to Be Aware of

Adult assembly is required. It took us between four and five hours to put this together, so if you plan on giving this as a gift, you might want to set it up first and give it completely assembled.

This is not an inexpensive kitchen, but its classic look is very appealing and the design factor—to say nothing of the nostalgia factor—may make it worth the money for parents and grandparents. It's also very sturdy, so chances are it will be around to be passed down, should owners desire.

Some parents will also appreciate that this is a basic, classic toy without licensed characters.

It is recommended that you use the kitchen on level surfaces only. The kitchen does come with a wall anchor kit so you can attach it to a wall to keep it from being pulled over or falling. Children should not climb or pull on the kitchen.

To clean the kitchen, use a slightly damp cloth and mild dishwashing liquid.