I was able to use the original Plan Toys kitchen that is produced for this dollhouse. It has a very simple modern design, but I wish that the company had put realistic looking fixtures on the pieces and a sink. I'm okay with a painted cooktop, but a painted on sink lacks appeal. Course, these pieces are produced for child's play and made more for durability. However, I'm sure many kids out there would side with me on the alterations I'm chatterin' about.
I'm trying to give this kitchen the appearance of "world flavor". Since the father figure in the house is supposed to be an environmental scientist, you would expect this family to travel the globe quite a bit. Their kitchen is supposed to be influenced by a hodgepodge of kitchens that they have seen around the world combined with a simple style that "green living" suggests. There's not an oven with this Plan Toys kitchen set so I added a wood stove that the family can use to cook or heat the house. The bear rug? It just works for some reason.
The goods: The kitchen center and wood stove are Plan Toys; large shelving unit is DHE; Bear rug is PRD; Art is from potpourri mix; All accessories are Re-Ment, Plan Toys, Mighty World, Lundby, and various action figures. The dolls are Silver Acorn---Hey, there's still passion in a married with children relationship!