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The Teamson Kids Play Kitchen combines durability with modern design. Your little chef can go wild creating pretend culinary masterpieces with all the available features in this wooden kitchen. The cooking station contains a sleek upper fridge and lower freezer, equipped with water and ice. There is also a sink and stove, two burners and ample storage room for utensils and plasticware. There is even a pretend microwave for quick meals! The Teamson Kids Play Kitchen will keep your budding chef busy for hours!

Features & Benefits:

  • Elegant Teamson Kids Play Kitchen
  • Loaded with features including fridge, freezer, microwave, sink, stove and more
  • Sturdy wooden construction
  • Encourages creativity
  • Dimensions: 11.5"W x 36.8"H 38.2"L
  • Weight: 52.9 lbs.
  • For ages: 3 years and up

Product Reviews


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Teamson Design CorporationTeamson Kids Play Kitchen (White)

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Cute kitchen worth the money

By Mom of 16 month old

from Littleton, CO

About Me Education Oriented, First Time Parent, Working Parent

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  • Attractive Design
  • Easy To Assemble
  • Lots of Fun
  • Quality Construction


  • Chemical smell
  • Needs more shelves

Best Uses

  • Imaginative Play
  • Individual Play

Comments about Teamson Kids Play Kitchen (White):

Kitchen bought for our 16 month old daughter for Christmas
She loves it so far

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