LifeStyle™ Dream Kitchen
LifeStyle™ Dream Kitchen
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This play kitchen will have little chefs excited to cook up some fun!
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LifeStyle™ Dream Kitchen
This Play Kitchen by Step2 will have little chefs excited to cook up some fun! This kitchen features an upscale design to match today's home décor. Toddlers will spend hours of fun pretending that they are cooking in their very own play kitchen. With so many accessories and electronic features, multiple children can play together in this play kitchen set. Made in USA of US and imported parts.
- Framed window with working overhead light and dish rack will encourage kids to make believe they are washing the dishes and play food while in their play kitchen
- Five electronic features: play phone, stovetop burner, overhead light, oven keypad, and microwave keypad
- 37-piece accessory set included (colors of accessories and play food may vary)
- Requires six "AA" and five "AAA" batteries, not included
- Need more information on our play kitchens? Compare our play kitchens by height, width and depth here
- Also available as a combo
- Adult assembly required - Watch assembly video to see how this product is assembled
Play Tip: Add labels to things in the kitchen so that your child can get accustomed to connecting real life items with words
RECOMMENDED AGE: 2 and Up
PRODUCT NUMBER: 8521KR
DIMENSIONS: 44.75 H 35.50 W 15.50 D
WEIGHT: 42 lbs
3-Star (highest) Rating Canadian Toy Testing Council
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Customer ReviewsRated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Long term play and value We have the 2013 version and glad to see that the design has been updated to feel slightly more modern.There are numerous play kitchens to choose from. I won't go into detail of why kids love it for the interactive features. From a parent point of view, this has a lot of value. Includes a lot of accessories. I like the look of the modern wooden ones from other brands but they don't include the accessories. But most of all, this specific Step2 model has storage! Room for the included pots and plates plus any additional food toys. As any parents knows, toy clutter can be a problem. I ordered directly from Step2 and happy with their service.Date published: 2016-12-10Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from A Great Purchase We purchased this kitchen for our 22 month old twin granddaughters. They LOVE it! They giggle with delight when the water "boils" and the bacon "sizzles". I researched kitchens from many companys and am delighted with our choice. Assembly was a breeze UNTIL grandpa came to the touch pads with batteries. That was a little difficult, but well worth the struggle as the girls love the real buttons vs. decals. I might add, the sounds made by punching the buttons is a soft sound....not too loud, not too soft. Fantastic for a household of multiple children. Our son says the girls play with it all the time, so I must say I'd buy it again!Date published: 2009-12-30Rated 4 out of 5 by Momma Sa from now my 19 month old makes me tea I didn't know 19 months old was old enough to really pretend, but my son made "tea" for me and him and wanted us to drink it together. Shipment was very rapid and assembly was easy-- I did not use a power screw driver and the unit went together very fast. The one down-side: the "drawers" are not a very good use of space, and the top one is too high for him to see into- an open shelf, or another cabinet, would be a better use of space (and less use of materials, too). That said, there is plenty of space to store what came with the unit and the separate set of metal pots and pans that I bought [...] (also awesome) without using the two drawers.Date published: 2007-04-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Our son loves it!! We bought this for our 15 month old son because he is obsessed with opening and closing cabinets. He absolutely loves it. He sits in front of it and just opens and closes everything on it over and over again. He loves the sounds made by pushing all the buttons. (And there are lots of different sounds, not just a few like on most toys.) It's also a great way to teach kids to stand, because he pulls himself up to reach the higher cabinets and features. Now he's learning to put things in and take things out. It's just a wonderful toy and well worth the money if you want something to really stimulate and occupy your child for more than 5 minutes.Date published: 2009-05-11Rated 5 out of 5 by mommas the name from Better than could ever be expected! This little kitchen has captured the whole family. My 22 month old daughter absolutely loves playing with the kitchen all day every day! The kitchen has so much to do that it easily keeps her entertained by herself for quite awhile. Love the design and it looks so nice in our house. The only thing I would change would be the boarder design... it's peaches... not my favorite! I would also like to have seen some more play food included. Included: a slice of pizza, a hamburger to make and a couple of fruits. Although there are lots of dishes and pots and pans! This is the best buy! I've done lots of research and am very happy with my purchase.Date published: 2009-02-07Rated 4 out of 5 by irishmama from Not a bad kitchen I just bought my 18-month old daughter this kitchen for Christmas. She really does love it. She likes pushing the buttons on the microwave and the oven, and esp. the phone. It's very attractive looking and it's just the right size for the small rooms in our house. A few complaints: the doors on the cupboards are very loose and constantly swing open, the plate slots don't really accomodate the plates, and a few drawers are smaller than the holes they slide into, so they flop to the side when you open them. I also wish the faucet made running water sounds. It has a few kinks to work out, but overall my daughter, husband and I really like it.Date published: 2008-12-28Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great Kitchen My daughter loves the kitchen. We got it for her birthday.Things that are great:-not too difficult to put together-beautiful layout-lots of storage-lots of variety of sounds-very aesthetically pleasing :)Things that aren't so great:-phone is too quiet-drawers don't shut all the way-plates don't really fit well in the cupboards or the microwave-not the greatest variety of sounds - all sound the same (but the stove boiling water is awesome) and it would have been nice to have more creative noises..-would have been nice to have a coffeepot or teapot...All in all though, it was one of the better ones I've seen lately and I'd recommend it :)Date published: 2014-02-06Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Durable and easy to assemble I ordered this kitchen through step 2 website [...].Took about 2 hours to assemble. Instructions were very easy to follow. Not too big to handle or to keep in our living room. My 19 month son loves to open the fridge and cook on the stove as well as empty out the drawers and cabinets.Although the stove, microwave and oven make sounds, it would have been nice for the faucet to make sounds as well. The stove only makes the bubbling and frying noises and lights when using the 2 clear pans provided. These pans fit into the grooves which push the button to activate it.Other pots and pans do not work. Overall great kitchen would definately recommend.Date published: 2008-12-28
Q & A
How do you access the kitchen light in order to change the battery without taking apart the kitchen??Please view the following link fro instructions to the Lifestyle Dream Kitchen™: https://images.step2.com/media/pdfs/736300_assembly.pdfDate published: 2019-01-07
Where is the battery compartment?There are 4 battery compartments: one is for the microwave, one is for the oven, one is for the phone, and one is for the light underneath the window/ dish rack.Date published: 2019-01-07
Just purchased this kitchen for Christmas. It is cute but the upper cabinets will not close/stay closed and neither will one of the bottom ones under sink. What can be done?Had for a year (Christmas 2017). Top ones close about 90-95%, but not all way. Bottom close fine. If set correctly and not warpped, I would call. Their customer service is great! I would try reseating them.Date published: 2019-01-01
how do I get replacement parts for my lifestyle dream kitchen? I am looking for the plastic bin and the phone.Call the company they were very helpful when I had a problem with parts.Date published: 2018-12-18
I am trying to change the light bulb in the light and it doesn't seem to be working. We have the right light bulb and batteries. I'm not sure what else I can do. Also I lost the cord as well as the phone, is there anything I can do about that?Please contact our Consumer Service Specialists at 1-800-347-8372 Monday through Friday, 8AM -5PM Eastern Standard Time and we will be happy to help you.Date published: 2018-10-08
Is there a way to replace the batteries in the light over the sink in the dream kitchen without taking the whole top part of the kitchen apart?I’ve replaced them before and there are just the two small screw holes on the lighting fixture. You just need a flashlight and a smaller screwdriver and either wiggle around funny under there to get at it or just lay the unit on its backside so you have easier access. Date published: 2018-06-24
I lost the plug in cord- what does it do? Can it be replaced?Please contact our Consumer Service Specialists at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-347-8372 Monday through Friday, 8AM -5PM Eastern Standard Time and we will be happy to help you.Date published: 2018-01-19
Can you buy and use the blender and popcorn maker for this kitchen?I called and was told you cannot use them with this kitchen. If you can I’d like to. Please confirm this for me. Thank you. Date published: 2017-12-29