Little Tikes Cookin Creations Premium Wood Kitchen review

from Little Tikes
RRP  £169.99

by motherandbaby |
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Little Tikes Cookin Creations Premium Wood Kitchen is strong and sturdy and unlike plastic versions, will last for years to come. It’s an attractive, realistic kitchen with bright, fun (unisex) colours.

The kitchen comprises a washing machine, cooker and sink, and is big enough for friends to join in on the game. The detail is superb – including a clock, phone, backed potato in the microwave, ice dispenser, knobs/tap that turn, and it comes with a good range of appliances. There is also lots of space for adding and storing other kitchen bits and bobs, like food and crockery.

The corners on the doors are quite sharp (and not entirely safe) in contrast to the rounded surfaces and handles – perhaps room for improvement here? The kitchen also comes flat-packed so be prepared for a hefty building session.

It is an expensive product but it is superior in both its durability and quality, and is sure to inspire hours (and years) of imaginative play and for this reason above all others, is worth the cost!

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