OK, here’s the truth about kids’ play kitchens: they’re adorable, they’re long-lasting, but they do require ample time and patience to assemble (unless you’re lucky to find an assembled one at HomeGoods or a gently used one for sale). So, don’t wait until Christmas Eve or the night before your little one’s birthday to assemble, and you’ll be OK.
With independent play as such an important part of childhood development, mini-kitchens offer tons of opportunities for kids to make creative meals, play restaurant, or pretend to be their parents. Today, there are so many color and design options to blend into your home decor or to DIY customize.
Cute Play Kitchen Accessories