Red Melissa and Doug Kitchen with Retro Look
Buying a play kitchen without making sure there’s room for it is a big mistake. Even the smallest models take up a decent amount of space. Some of them are downright huge. For that reason, always designate an area for a play kitchen and keep it in mind while shopping for one. Dimensions are usually included, so always check them before making a purchase. All toy kitchens require at least some assembly. Some are easier to assemble than others. Nothing is more disappointing to a child than opening a play kitchen and being told that it will be hours before she can play with it. It’s generally best to assemble a play kitchen before giving it to a child, so set aside enough time to do so.