Children's Play Kitchens

    Hi people
    I've been looking for a play kitchen for my daughter.
    I don't want a small plastic one, I'm after a nice wooden one preferably.
    Can anyone point me in the right direction, I've googled with not much look or hundreds of pounds.
    Amazon has a few but I was just wanting a few more places to look at.

    6 Comments…159

    theres link off here and some more voucher codes, the delivery is quick aswell.

    The red one does look better as we looked at both instore.
    Edited by: "obers82" 26th Nov 2010

    i agree with the above - ELC red one is great - as are there plastic ones to be honest.

    There are 20% and 10% off vouchers on here should help

    Original Poster

    Thank you for taking the time to post.
    I'm going to pop into mothercare later and have a look.


    IKEA do loads of kitcheny bits (pans, plates, baking stuff) etc for playing with - and it's really realistic, just small, not seen any wooden kitchens though!

    Original Poster

    I've had a look at the red one, it is ok but does anyone know of any more choices, I would like one with a bit more surface area so she can have her kettle and toaster and so on.
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