10.01.2007

Retro Play Kitchens

We bought this wooden pink retro kitchen from Kidkraft, and I can't wait to give it to my daughter for Christmas. Both of my children always gravitate toward play kitchens, so it will be a lot of fun to watch them when they have their own. It helps that I cannot get over how cute this retro set is! It is so nice to find something that I know my children will love, and that I will love looking at.

We picked our play kitchen up at Costco, but you can find the set at a few online stores too. KidKraft also offers a store locator for all of their products.


I thought the red and limited edition blue variations were a lot of fun too!

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8 comments:

L&H&Q said...

We recently bought the pink kitchen at Costco, as well, and are holding it in the basement until Christmas. Great choice! One thing I loved about it was that it's a separated set, but isn't huge. It's actually kinda small for a two-piece set, so it won't take up the entire play room. It's a great choice!

Cook Family said...

Ohh - I love it. Costco sold out of those this year before we could get one for Haley and I was wondering who else sold them. Thanks tons!

Clawson Family said...

We just bought the pink set for Arli for Christmas and I love how small it is, it's just the right size for toddlers!

AHEM said...

i'm so glad that i found you and you have this post. i didn't get to costco in time before they sold out. thanks!

Tutus and Turtles said...

We're glad we could help!

Jen said...

I love the blue retro one! My son and daughter are going to love it...just bought one online at kidfurnituremart.com (for christmas) Thanks Holly! I didn't have a clue that I would be buying them a kitchen until I saw this post...

Mad Men Girl said...

Hey! No fair! I had to wait 43 years for MY retro kitchen! 8-)

P.S. Calling all you retro chicks to my rescue...

I have entered a contest to win a walk-on role on the retro-licious show "Mad Men".

If you would take two seconds to vote for me, I would really appreciate it. Just go to my blog, or use this link to go straight to my photo page.

http://madmencastingcall.amctv.com/browse/detail/EZ3MBH

Thanks a bunch!

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