Vintage toy stoves

8 Aug

Remember how I found this awesome toy stove in an estate sale, and I couldn’t quite bear to part with it and put it in the booth? Turns out it’s the cutest thing going on my kitchen counter.
It’s the perfect compliment to my actual stove.
Which is also the cutest thing going. Although cooking with gas is a little tricky if you’ve never done it much before. Food cooks way faster! Also now I worry about accidently burning the house down.
Want a cutie stove of your own? This turquoise treasure is pretty adorable. And if you can’t have a real, big vintage stove…you definitely have the budget and room for a little toy stove, right? This one is headed to the booth for you aqua-loving kitchen fans.
011 But this little stove is extra-special because it’s part of a three-piece set. Check out the vintage food printed on the inside of the door of the fridge! This set would be super adorable displayed on top of kitchen cabinets, wouldn’t it?  Somebody needs to get on that.

I’m always on the lookout for these little stoves…these will definitely not be my last! xoxo, LaurenT


One Response to “Vintage toy stoves”

  1. Lisa August 8, 2013 at 5:10 pm #

    I love the refrigerator in particular, look at all those little goodies inside! A couple months ago, Matthew’s dad showed me a toy stove he’d saved from *his* mother’s attic, when she was going to toss everything up there after selling the house to move into a retirement community. At first, i thought it was just a regular 1930’s metal toy stove, THEN I saw Little Orphan Annie and Sandy right there on the oven door! AAAAH! Licensed Annie stuff from the thirties’! AAAAH! Coolest thing ever. I love homemaker toys in general, and your three piece set is stunner! I bet it’ll find a happy new home quick as can be! 🙂

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