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KidKraft Large Kitchen

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  • Refrigerator, freezer, oven and microwave open and close and
  • See-through doors on oven and microwave
  • Removable sink for quick and easy cleaning
  • Sturdy construction
  • Made of wood
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Product Description

Product Description

KidKraft Large Kitchen


With the KidKraft Large Kitchen, the little chef in your home will be busy cooking up some creativity. Designed for children ages three and up, this solid, kid-sized kitchen has all the essentials including: a stove, oven, microwave, sink, and refrigerator. Decked out in bright colors with plenty of gadgets, this kitchen is set up for plenty of imaginative make-believe play.

Large Kitchen
    Ages: 3+

  • Adult assembly
  • Phillips screwdriver
What We Think

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The Good: Plenty of opportunity for imaginative play and "cooking."

The Challenging: With so many screws and bolts, a powered screwdriver is recommended.

In a Nutshell: A colorful, kid-sized, classic kitchen set.

The sink includes cute pink-and-blue knobs. View larger.

The four-burner stove-top looks just like the real thing! View larger.
Large in Size, Plenty of Gadgets
The Large Kitchen measures 42.2 x 16.2 x 42.9 inches (LxWxH) and weighs 88.2 pounds -- making it large enough for kids to "cook" without hunching over. This heavy, durable play set will stand up to years of wear and tear. The bright, fluorescent-colored kitchen comes with working doors, knobs, and other gadgets -- such as the clock with its spinning hands.

The kitchen's stove top has realistic burners, the oven and microwave both have see-through windows to "check on your food," and the sink is removable for easy clean up. The kitchen also has shelving above the sink for quick and easy storage.

Due to the kitchen's size, there is quite a bit of adult assembly required. We would recommend using a powered screwdriver to save time and frustration.

Great for Creative Play
The Large Kitchen provides numerous opportunities for interactive and imaginative play. Your child can enjoy making a meal for you, or perhaps "cooking" dinner right alongside you. Since the Large Kitchen is appealing to a wide range of ages, it is a play set that ideal for families with multiple children. Older and younger kids can cook together without being crowded.

What's in the Box
Kitchen pieces, hardware, and instructions.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 42.2 x 16.2 x 42.9 inches ; 83 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 86 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0017JBR6O
  • Item model number: 53181
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 - 3 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,255 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (424 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie on August 7, 2009
Our Kidcraft Kitchen Set is a year old. My daughter received it for her second birthday and after a few months of gentle play, the refrigerator door fell off. We continue to use it, but the particle board where the top of the door attached previously broke off, so the door falls off pretty much whenever anyone touches it. We've spent the last year trying to rig the door back on, but have been unsuccessful.

There are a few redeeming features. It's a taller unit than many others, so it works well for our tall daughter. The sink and stove height are perfect for her - she doesn't have to stoop down to play. I also like that the stove and sink area give her enough "work space" to prepare her food. The color scheme is nice - not too bright or tacky. It blends in with the rest of our playroom. Kids love playing with the oven knobs. The hands of the clock on the side actually move, but my daughter hasn't noticed them yet. The phone and notepad on the side are stickers and therefore, nonfunctional.

In addition to attaching the door more securely, the only other suggestion I would make to the manufacturers is to put more shelves in the refrigerator/cabinet door. There is only one shelf halfway up. We keep our plastic food in baskets and place them on the shelves, but haven't found very many deep baskets to hold all of our food, so with our shallow baskets, a lot of space is wasted.

The kitchen set was easy to assemble. It took my husband and father less than an hour.

ETA: In the three months since I have written the review, the oven door and the door under the sink have both fallen off. We got hinges at Lowes and reattached the doors. It looks ghetto, but I'm not interested in buying a new set at this point.
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71 of 80 people found the following review helpful By J. Munson on November 21, 2008
My daughter received this kitchen from Santa 3 years ago when she was not quite 2 years old. I wanted something that was made from mdf or composite so it would be extremely heavy, yet not plastic or cheap. She has loved it from the moment she got it. We carved out a place in our kitchen for it and it's become a permanent fixture. While I'm busy fixing dinner, she goes over and fixes dinner. It has an endless amount of playtime and requires her to use her own imaginiation- no sound effects included with this one! Now that she's learning to read she even sounds out the grocery list that is painted on the fridge door. A clock on the side with moveable minute and hour hands is a great educational bonus as well. I can't even count the number of times she has "taken my order." This was by far one of the best toy investments we've ever made. It gets played with by every kid who comes in our door- no matter what age or gender. Fair warning, though- because this is a sturdy item of high quality, it took my very handy husband several hours to put together.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Lola555 on September 9, 2010
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This kitchen is beautiful. My daughters (5 & 2 yrs) love it. They play with it for hours everyday. My 5 year old is very tall and this kitchen is still the perfect size for her. I'm sure she will play with this kitchen for a few more years. We had a plastic Smoby kitchen before this one and it was a piece of junk and had a toxic smell to it. It didn't even last 4 months. This pastel, large Kidkraft kitchen has held up amazingly well. We only had a problem with the bottom hinge on the oven door which snapped off when my daughter was playing with it. I went to their website and followed the instructions to order a new oven door. It was easy! I expected that they may charge me for the door as the kitchen was a year old and no longer under warranty, but to my surprise, the oven door arrived 3 days later on my doorstep at no charge. Great customer service!!! Now a days every toy kitchen on the market is poorly constructed (even the overpriced and small Pottery Barn ones), but this Kidkraft one can take a lot of abuse and if something does eventually go wrong with it, the customer service is fantastic and it's extremely easy to order a new part online!!! I would definitely recommend this kitchen to a friend.
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59 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Mickale E. Manley on January 9, 2009
We researched this product and were so pleased to find the good reviews. Unfortunately, ours must have been one too many off the assembly line. Within 24 hours two doors had broken off and by the second week a third. One review stated that these were "real" wood however I should have called the company directly because when the doors rip off you can plainly see they are pressed composite. Although our daughter likes it keep in mind there is no prep surface so if you like us bought mixers or toasters there is no flat surface to work on. I like to think my kids are pretty typical and this wasn't a rough play incident. Very dissapointing.
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 30, 2009
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I am one who completely obsesses over purchases before making them - I started looking at kitchens for my little girl in june and i finally ordered this one last week. It came 2 days after i ordered it - yahoo! Although i was missing one part, i was still able to put the kitchen together and customer service said the missing part was on its way.
Yes, it does take a great deal of time to put together BUT there is nothing hard about it. I only used a little electric screwdriver and the tool that came with the kitchen. It took me almost 3 hours, BUT i was working alone AND my little girl (almost 2 yrs old) was 'helping' me the whole time! It was a joy, however, to get it put together and to watch her begin to play. The assembly time was not a negative feature in my book - I'm proud to have a fine quality item for my child and future children to play with.
The kitchen is in my kitchen, so my little girl cooks while i cook. I feel that we have already gotten our $[...] worth out of it in even the short time that we've had it b/c she has SO much fun playing with it. At the end of EVERY meal now she says "all done eating....cook in kitchen...play" and she's down playing with her kitchen.
The size is great - not too big, not too small. The colors are VERY pleasant - not bright, yet not too pastel (i mean, the colors are pastel, but not baby colors). I love that it has the raised burners on the stove instead of the flat burners. The kithcen faucet is very cute and realistic and there is PLENTY of storage/play room. I love that there are no noises from the buttons - such a great opportunity for learning and imaginative play.
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