If I was a little girl the Kidkraft Prairie Kitchen 53151 Activity Playset would be the toy kitchen of my dreams. Heck this is pretty much the kitchen of my dreams at 40 years old.
It’s incredibly pretty and very stylish. I love the fact it has been designed towards the trend of country chic. With its beautiful soft cream paint colours and the delightful pink handles this is a kitchen you wouldn’t mind having sitting in the corner of your home for a long time.
My 6 year old daughter really liked the look of this kitchen too. Upon asking her what she was particularly keen on she said that she likes
the long tap and where the saucepans go because they look really real.
From a parents point of view I agree. The ‘hob burners’ do look great. A lot of toy kitchens are designed with a swirl of plastic to look like an electric cooker ring which looks nice but is hard to clean, whereas this cooker has wide burners with no tricky crevices for dust or play-doh to get stuck.
I am also pleased to see a cupboard and a draw where all the usual toy kitchen accessories can be tidied away. Nothing nicer to be able to have somewhere to store the pots and pans, pretend food and crockery.
The main key features of the KidKraft Prairie Kitchen are:
- Knobs on oven and sink turn round
- Removable sink for quick and easy clean-up
- Dishwasher and storage drawers open and close
- Additional storage below sink
- Paper towel holder
- Made of wood
|Product Dimensions||94 x 30.5 x 72.7 cm|
|Manufacturer recommended age||36 months to 8 years|
|Item Model Number||53151|
|Assembly Required||Yes - Can take 2 hours|
|Colour||Pink knobs and handles Off-white/Pale cream woodwork|
Our overall thoughts for Kidkraft Prairie Kitchen 53151 Activity Playset are that the toy kitchen is aesthetically attractive and would look good in a country home or a home with neutral decoration. Features are simple but affective with enough doors, draws and switches to turn to make for many hours of happy role play. The assembly time can be long and some drill holes appear on the large side but once built it appears to be robust enough for enthusiastic playing.