Best toy kitchen for an 18 month old?

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Best toy kitchen for an 18 month old?

Postby CG99 » Thu Nov 21, 2013 10:52 pm

My husband and I would like to buy my daughter a toy kitchen for Christmas. There are lots out there, are there any of these more suitable than others for children under three? Any suggestions welcome. Thanks! :D
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Re: Best toy kitchen for an 18 month old?

Postby AnnieH » Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:40 pm

I'd recommend the ikea one. It's wooden and you can get lovely accessories for it too. I know so many happy toddlers who love it.

It's an absolute bargain at the moment at £60 for the bottom and top bit (usually £90) and it's even available for on-line delivery so you don't have to brave the shop!

Only downside is that you have to build it, but I left that to my husband!!
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Re: Best toy kitchen for an 18 month old?

Postby Apk » Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:55 pm

Also have a look at the Great Little Trading Co.. www.gltc.co.uk They have lovely kitchens, different sizes etc. We also bought a kitchen for our little one for Christmas
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Re: Best toy kitchen for an 18 month old?

Postby MishkaMichaela » Tue Nov 26, 2013 12:22 am

Hello I'm nanny and my lady Anja has great website with quality toys! And she also has woden kids play kitchens and lots of supplies to go with!
Maybe you can check her website and decide for yourself:
at http://www.spottygiraffe.com
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Re: Best toy kitchen for an 18 month old?

Postby Bubs » Tue Nov 26, 2013 9:47 am

I second GLTC, ours has lasted years (5 and counting - 2 children) and still looks great and gets played with daily (we got the three separate blocks so that you can position it into corners / different places as needed).
The ikea ones looks super cool and are lots cheaper though. Accessories are great in there too.
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Re: Best toy kitchen for an 18 month old?

Postby mgb » Tue Nov 26, 2013 10:28 am

Second the Ikea one - our daughter got it when she was around 18 months and loved it then and still does now. She's 2.5 and it still looks like new.
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Re: Best toy kitchen for an 18 month old?

Postby mum_1980 » Thu Oct 11, 2018 11:14 am

We bought ours from George at Asda and it has survived two rough and tumble kind of kids and is still going strong. Lots of options there that won't break the bank.

Also, I just spotted a post on NVN of someone selling their kitchen. viewtopic.php?f=116&t=98475

 
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