Talk about #homegoals—these little ones are living our dream life.
Do you ever have the feeling that no matter how hard you try, your kitchen will never look nearly as stylish and organized as your dream kitchen? Well, then you might not want to take a look at the play kitchens below. Because although they were designed as toys for children to play house with, they likely look better than our real grown-up kitchens ever will. Cabinets adorned with pretty brass hardware, sleek Shaker-style peg boards to organize pots and pans, and beautiful patterned backsplashes make these pint-size kitchens look like they popped straight out of our Pinterest boards. To make our real kitchens match might require tens of thousands of dollars in renovation costs—but hey, at least we can buy these play kitchens for the little ones and live vicariously, right?
This handmade wooden kitchen is the ultimate in minimalist style. A Shaker-style peg rack keeps pots and pans within arm's reach, while a lip at the back of the counter holds cutting boards and serving trays. Why can't our own kitchens ever be this organized?
Check out that on-trend floral backsplash! And those blush pink cabinets! Visit Minnie and Me Interiors to get the $10 mini backsplash made of removable wallpaper (it's much more affordable than a $297 roll for your real home!).
The only thing more adorable than this charming child? His absolutely gorgeous kitchen. Small but mighty, this rose-colored play kitchen was created by the German company Poli and Oli. Good news: they do ship to the U.S.!
Is it possible that this mini version of a Pottery Barn kitchen is even more beautiful than the real deal? Except this one costs less than $400—making it a little more affordable than a complete renovation.
Not only has this little one mastered the perfectly organized kitchen, but her shelfie game is on point too. Shop this play kitchen ($295) and many other models on Teamson Kids.
The top view of another Teamson Kids kitchen, this one even comes with the most coveted of kitchen features: a farmhouse sink. The beautiful brass faucet doesn't hurt either.