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Every little chef's dream kitchen! This is an heirloom-quality gift that will last generations.
Made with solid pine with hardwood padauk burners for a naturally "hot" color. Sink comes as your choice of blue enamel or stainless steel. The faucet shown is made out of poplar, and is also available in beautiful black walnut. Kitchens are backed with solid pine. They are made with nontoxic glue. I counter sink every screw and plug all screw holes with pine buttons. All corners are rounded over and sanded. All of my items are made using non-toxic glue and are finished with non-toxic linseed oil. All knobs and the faucet move for realistic play and are attached with bolts and lock nuts. All hardware is solid brass or stainless steel.
NO paint, NO MDF, NO plastic, NO plywood.
Dimensions: 41'' H - 29''W- 11 1/2'' D
(Custom orders for other sizes welcome)
*Kitchen comes fully assembled*
(Check out our matching play fridge too! $180 +shipping)
Built by a small, family business and we appreciate you taking a look. Visit
*All items my take up to 15 working days to be shipped*
********* PLEASE READ I use Greyhound Shipping Express for fast and safe delivery. I insure all items for their full value GAURANTEED. Please leave your phone number after purchase so you can be contacted when your order arrives.

Large Wooden Play Kitchen by Heartwood Natural Toys


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: pine, steel bowl, screws, nontoxic glue, solid brass hardware, flaxseed oil, black walnut
  • Made to order
  • Only ships to United States from Oregon, United States.
  • Feedback: 132 reviews
  • Favorited by: 286 people