This Is the Chicest Kids Play Kitchen Set We’ve Ever Seen

Play kitchen sets are almost a right of passage into childhood. And let’s face it, they are much more fun than those light-up farm animals your Minis have been tinkering with for months. There are literally dozens to choose from— brightly colored plastic models complete with plastic food to fry, cook, bake and eat and those that are so life-like that they will likely train the next Ina Gartens and Mario Batalis of the world.

You probably even had one yourself as a child, but we’re telling you, you’ve never seen a kids play kitchen set like this one.

Meet the one-of-a-kind play kitchen from Milton & Goose. This new children’s brand sports a dedication to building heirloom-quality toys handmade in the USA with the highest grade, non-toxic materials and after founder and mom of two, Shari Raymond, was unable to find a kitchen that met her criteria, this dreamy set was born.

As safe as it is beautiful, the Milton & Goose play kitchen is fully decked with hooks, knobs and storage galore via an upper shelf and two internal shelves. Your Minis can cook to their heart’s content on the set’s four burners and center grill, that doubles as a cutting board, of course.

The side of the oversized oven (with pull-down design!) features a magnetic chalkboard for creating pretend shopping lists and sharing recipes, and the spacious farmhouse sink provides loads of space for washing all of those Mini dishes! The entire set is made from non-toxic finishes and eco-friendly woods like Baltic birch and solid North American maple for sturdy construction and safe play.

There’s no doubt that this impressive play kitchen set is a step above the rest and we have to say, we might even be a little jealous.

Pick up the Milton & Goose kitchen set for your Minis here and be sure you’re stocked with petite play food like these adorable options. You’ll also want to shop these 5 High Chairs That Won’t Ruin Your Home’s Vibe.

Kate Kirby
Kate Kirby

Editor in Chief

Kaitlyn Kirby is the founder and editor in chief of Mini Magazine.

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