this is a very cute toy but not very easy to put together instructions are not very clear I took it a part twice but finally after 5 hours I finished I think of myself A very handyman but this one was a little of challenge but I was happy with the results and it made my granddaughter very happy too !
While I admit, it was rather tedious to put this together, once finished, it is absolutely adorable. When my 2-yr old granddaughter saw it, she immediately went to the sink, 'washed her hands,' and then took the dish towels had put on the towel holder to dry them. Worth every penny!!
If you want the high end look of a stainless steel kitchen with a glass tile backsplash, this is the kid's kitchen for you. It looks like a piece of furniture and blends very well into the family room decor. The size is just perfect...not too big for the room and yet offers so many "appliances" for the kids to explore. We also bought the Kidkraft stainless pots and pans which look great and fit perfectly. Our grandson loves it now and will have it to play with for many years to come.
This took us five hours to put together. We knew, based on other reviews, it would take a long time, but we didn't expect it to take that long. We have put together our share of Ikea furniture and knew it would be a process, but there were just so many pieces. Our daughter, 2, loves her kitchen, but she does find it a bit difficult to turn the knobs and open the doors.
Good quality. Should last a while compared to the plastic kitchens on the market. Bought for my 15 month old for Christmas and she plays with it a lot over her other toys. I wish it had more sounds or actual punch buttons for the phone and stove. It is great for imaginative play. It took around 4 hours to assemble so be prepared but I think it was worth it because it seems very sturdy.