Best Wooden High Chair
A beautifully-made quality high chair that is reliable and long-lasting. Perfect for families looking for a high chair that doesn't stick out as a piece of baby furniture.
Can't be placed on rough tile or carpet as it may tip over. Tray and infant insert sold separately.
- Rated #2 in 5 Best High Chairs
Quality: The Tripp Trapp doesn't disappoint when it comes to quality. This modern high chair looks like a fancy sculpture, but functions as a solid spot for feeding your little one.
It is made out of European beech wood which is known for being strong, solid, and durable. Trust us, it's stronger than it looks. In fact, it can hold up to 300lbs! This means it can hold your mini me as a baby, toddler, and big kid too. And if taken care of, you can even hand this high chair down to your grandkids.
Safety: The Tripp Trapp will definitely do its job at trapping your kiddo, thanks to the 5-point safety harness. Unfortunately, it is known to twist and be a struggle to get on. But, nobody's perfect right?
But, we do love that they went the extra mile to get a safety certification from JPMA. Nice job, Stokke.
Ease of cleaning: Aside from the drying, this high chair is pretty easy to clean. What we mean is, since these chairs are made of water-based paint and wood, they tend to crack if they aren't dried properly.
The good news is, you won't find any food crumbs wedged between any annoying crevices because there are none. Also, this chair should be kept out of the sun as it will fade.
Features: The seat and footrest are completely adjustable so no matter what age or size your baby is, this chair will be perfect. Plus, the 11 gorgeous colors are pretty much amazing.
Price: This is definitely an expensive high chair, coming in at a pricey $250 for just the chair. Although costly, keep in mind that this chair is an investment, just like any piece of quality furniture. And, it's versatility will allow you to use it as your baby grows.
Not to mention these chairs will last forever. We're not even kidding. Many reviewers claim they have handed their Tripp Trapp's down to their grandkids - that's over 25 years of use!