Right! It’s time for our list of the best high chairs. Investing in a good high chair is a right of passage. Typically, you’ll want to look at getting one just before your baby turns 6 months old.
A few top tips for choosing a high chair:
- Wipe clean! It will get dirty. The more wrinkles, folds and hinges it has, the more places the dirt has to hide.
- Stability is very important. As your baby gets older, they will rock, wobble and flap about, so make sure you place the high chair on stable flat ground.
- Trays are good, but a removable tray gives you the option to sit at the table with the family too.
So, here are a few top picks of the best high chairs we think are worth looking at.
Bebe Style Modern Swivel 360 High Chair
Price £60.84 (via Amazon.co.uk)
Here we have a baby high chair made by Bebe Style which looks cool. This one is red, but they have a range of other colours to choose from.
- 360° Swivel chair with 4 positions for easy feeding
- Fantastic Deluxe Modern Highchair – Vibrant and Unique Design!
- Soft comfortable EVA cushion. Easy wipe clean + stain & water resistant
- Removable Tray Inserts + Foot Rest.
- Suitable from 6 months+
- Fully Safety Tested to all UK & EU requirments
BabyBjorn Highchair (White)
Price £143.95 (via Amazon.co.uk)
Next up we have a baby high chair from Baby Bjorn which looks nice and sturd.
- The safety table keeps your child securely in the chair and closes with a two-step lock
- The backrest hugs baby’s body and helps your child sit up comfortably
- Smooth surfaces and detachable tray make it easy to clean
- Suitable for children aged from 6 months all the way up to 3 years
- The high chair folds easily and is perfect for storage or travel thanks to a folded width of just 10 in / 25 cm
Sungle® Multifunctional Foldable Baby Highchair Adjustable Chair 6 Colours
Price £51.99 (via Amazon.co.uk)
Height adjustments make this one worth a look.
- Odorless Material, Safety and Stability pass SGS test by NORM EN 14988
- Load capacity 75kg, recommended babies from 6 to 36 months.
- 3 in 1 Feature:highchair,children table,gaming table
- Easy to assemble,fold for storage and travel. Skin protection padded shoulder strap.
- Back rest 3-way adjustable, seat height 6-position adjustable, waterproof PVC clean with a wet rag
- Distance Adjustable,Removable and Washable Double Tray, high quality, no sharp edges
East Coast Folding Highchair (Natural All Wood)
Price £63.94 (via Amazon.co.uk)
Love the classic wooden look. Also, avoiding fabric makes everything a little easier to clean. You can buy inflatable inserts from Ikea to pad it out for smaller babies
- Folds flat for easy storage
- Includes a tray, foot rest and a full safety harness
- Suitable from 6 months
- Made from solid rubberwood with a natural finish
- H90 x W50x D68cm
- No screws included
Chicco Polly 2-in-1 Polaris Highchair
Price £99.0 (via Amazon.co.uk)
- Suitable from 6m, can turn from a high chair to a chair to eat at the table
- Double seat padding
- 7 Height positions
- Ultra compact and easy to fold
- Double tray.
Cosatto Noodle Supa Highchair, Hen House – Yellow
Price £106.99 (via Amazon.co.uk)
This one has a great chicken print!
- Five-point safety harness to keep your baby secure during feeding time
- Removable seat pad and two removable, washable trays with cup holders
- Six-position height-adjustable seat, three-position recline and adjustable calf support
- Easy-to-use compact fold with free-standing folded position and handy tray storage
- Includes 4 years guarantee when registered with Cosatto (UK and Ireland only)
Rubbermaid Sturdy Baby Chair with Feet – Black
Price £138.22 (via Amazon.co.uk)
Strong and sturdy – can’t go wrong!
- Contemporary design with Microban technology makes it easier to clean than wood.
- Microban provides all-over protection from bacteria growth that can cause odours and staining
- Meets TUV and European safety standards
- Stackable design makes for easy storage
- 59.7 x 59.7 x 75.6 cm
Bargin recommendation – IKEA Antilop
For a real bargain, the £13 Ikea Antilop high chair is hard to beat. We’ve had one, and it’s lasted through to our second child. The legs are removable, so taking it on trips to parents houses etc. is quick and painless. It’s so simple and easy to clean, it really is a good buy. If you spend a reasonable amount of time at family homes, then asking grandparents to spend £13 so you don’t have to cart something arround is a no brainer!
So, what do you think? Let us know in the comments if you’ve got any other’s to consider.