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Modern Play Kitchen

Pink and Green Play Kitchen available exclusively on houzz.com

With our Kids Modern Play Kitchen your little chef can create anything their mind will cook up. They can wash pretend dishes in the sink, develop culinary masterpieces on the engraved burners, bake delicious treats in the oven, or microwave some frozen burritos. With plenty of built in storage for play pots and pans you won’t have to worry about things getting everywhere.

Best of all our Kids Play Kitchen is simple to assemble and stores easily. You can put it up and take it down in a matter of minutes. So if your oldest child has grown beyond the age of pretend kitchens but your next one isn’t quite at that stage you won’t have to cart a heavy, awkward piece of furniture away to the basement or a storage unit. Our Kids Play Kitchen comes apart and stores flat so you can easily slide it under a bed or stand it up in a closet without taking up valuable space.

Easy to assemble Tool-less Kids Play KitchenTool-less Technology

Our Kids Play Kitchen requires no tools, no hardware, and is simple to assemble. Patent pending Tension Lock Technology uses the natural properties of wood to create a sturdy durable joint that can be assembled and disassembled repeatedly.

Product Features

  • American Made
  • Tool-Free Assembly
  • Stores Flat
  • Rounded Corners
  • Modern Design


  • Product Dimensions: 23" H x 23" W x 12" D
  • Oven and Microwave Size: 10" H x 10" W x 10" D
  • Includes: One (1) Kids Play Kitchen

Eco Friendly Materials

Our Kids Play Kitchen is made from CARB-2 Compliant Medium Density Fiberboard and covered with a durable Melamine facing. See our Materials page for more.

Product Colors

We believe that furniture can have a great effect on the creativity and energy in a room. That's why we offer Sprout furniture in an array of vibrant colors. The Kids Play Kitchen comes in the following colors:

  • Green
  • Orange
  • Pink
  • White
  • Slate