Highchairs and Boosters

Over $500

Henry IV from Sibi (SIRCH)

The world's most expensive high chair is still available by special order.
Retails for about $1350.

babychair by Ben af Schulten for Artek

Natural birch with lacquered back in white, red or blue.
Retails for about $1100.

$300 to $500

Fresco by Bloom

Includes features such as 360 degree rotation and easy-lift height adjustment. Retails for about $400. Loft and limited edition versions range from $500 to $600. Click to buy.

Hi-Lo from Age Design

The Hi-Lo flips from highchair form to a lower and wider chair for older children. Available in Asparagus, Carrot, Raspberry and Portobello.
Retails for about $395.

Tavo high chair by Monte Design

Chair pulls up to the table. For children 6 months to 4 years. Upholstered in black or brown bonded leather.
Retails for about $300.

Zuma from Inglesina

Washable seat, fold-up design and height adjustment.
Retails for about $300. Click to buy.

Highpod High Chair from Phil & Teds

Adjustable from newborn through toddler.
Retails for about $300.

High Chair from BabyBjorn

Slim, foldable and lightweight.
Retails for about $300.

$200 to $300

Sprout High Chair from OXO Tot

Wood construction and stylish design. This chair grows from newborn to 5 years. Available in three color combinations.
Retails for about $250. Click to buy.

Zaaz from nuna

Available in 3 color combinations. The seat features a sleek, easy to clean design that grows from high chair to child's chair. Retails for about $250.

Flair by Boon

This retails for about $230. Click to buy.

Signet HIgh Chair

Designed for safety and ergonomics, this chair is meant to go from infant to youth chair. The look of it is my least favorite unless it matches with your scandinavian dining room set.
Retails for about $200 (as shown) or $250 with the infant adaptor (not shown). Click to buy

Easy Grow High Chair from Mutsy

Grows from highchair to a regular seat. Available in grey, green, orange and white. Looks nice and simple and a nice price point, especially for an adjustable seat.
Retails for about $200. Click to buy.

Tripp Trapp by Stokke

Comes in many different colors. Sturdy and designed to grow.
Retails for about $200 and cushions run about $40. Click to buy

$100 to $200

Nano by Bloom

Folds flat for storage. Looks a little cheap in the pictures, but I have yet to see one in person.
Retails for about $180. Click to buy.

Less than $100

Blames from Ikea

Solid rubberwood frame with fiberboard back and seat painted with black or red acrylic paint. This design can blend well with many dining sets.
Retails for about $60.

Antilop from Ikea

For the price this was the only option for our family. We also have one at both of the grandparents' houses so our little guy always feels at home at mealtime. Retails for about $19 plus a few more for the tray.

Grow Up Booster Seat from Mutsy

You may want to skip a highchair and just use a booster pulled up to the table. The Grow Up comes in lots of fun colors.
Retails for about $50. Click to buy.

Metoo from Phil & Teds

...and here's one that clips on the table. Simple and lightweight.
Retails for about $50. Click to buy

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