Well designed with superior finished sturdy components. Great value even at two hundred dollars.
None that I found.
The Bottom Line:
Fun and functional. The price is excellent, even if I had the tooling to construct one from scratch I could not make it for the price I paid.
Our daughter is almost three and spends most of her time taking things out of our kitchen cupboards and elbowing us out of her way while she takes over the sink. We decided to get her a kitchen of our own and the Kidcraft kitchen (the model appears to go by several names, "BIg Bright" "Big Pastel" etc. just check the photo) appeared to be well designed and somewhat sturdy.
You can pay over two hundred dollars but I found it at Babyage for &$136 plus eight dollars shipping. Babyage informed me after a couple of weeks that they actually didn't have it in stock and offered to cancel the order but I hung in there and it finally arrived around four weeks after the order was placed. I don't blame Babyage and I was impressed by their Emails updating me on when the kitchen would be available.
Ther kitchen parts were well wrapped and only one shelf had a small blemish. The construction manual started out by giving telephone numbers to call in case help was required or if a component appeared to be missing;that put my mind at ease.
It took me three hours to put the kitchen together; It wasn't difficult, I'm just methodical and there are over twenty components that need to be bolted together. I have installed real kitchens and many were not as well conceived as this one. The panels are sturdy and well finished; they don't scratch easily and the colors are vibrant and fun.
Lily loves it and she spent the first few days filling up the cupboards with cans etc. from our cupboards. The cook-top knobs and sink faucets all turn and add to the reality of the play.