An Award wining high chair that grows with your child. Wide, firm seat and footrest fully adjust for height and depth to promote balance and natural movement. Child sits right at the table. 5-point harness. 7 year warrantly.Children can begin using it at 6 to 9 mos. with the Baby Rail(sold separately) but, surprise, adults also find it comfortable. Includes a 5-point safety harness, adjustable seat and footrest. Easy assembly. Made of European cultivated beech wood with an eco-friendly coating for waterproofing. Baby Rail and Pad Sold Separately. Ages 6 mos. and up to 300 lbs. 31.13"H x 18"W x 19"D.Walnut, Cherry, Black, Red or White.
what parents are saying
I LOVE this high chair! It was worth every penny to me. I love them it grows with your child and allows them to eat with you. It also easy to clean which was a HUGE deal to me. (Oct 05, 2016)
Love this. My son enjoys sitting in this chair. I love that it will grow with him and we can use it for years to come. It is not bar height for anyone looking for that size. This didn’t bother us tho
Aug 17, 2019
By far the most attractive piece of baby equipment we own. We have an aqua blue and a moss green and not only are they extremely functional, we receive compliments every time we have visitors.
Feb 06, 2019
I don't like how short it is and that there is virtually no back/neck support. Also-if you have the tray, it's so small, most kid plates can not fit in it and the gap between the kid tray is big.
Feb 13, 2018
Really sturdy and well made. Super functional since the heights of the pieces are completely adjustable. Very small footprint and sleek design with good color options. Expensive but worth it.
Nov 03, 2017
LOVE THIS! I love the looks and i love how it grows with your children. My 6 year old sister still uses hers as a perfect height chair at the table, stool for counter, and helping cook! Great product.
Oct 23, 2017
So stylish and easy to adjust. I don't like the baby set though, since our chunky guy grew out of the baby seat at 8 months or so. We bought a play tray (not by Stokke) and it works perfectly with it.
Oct 11, 2017
I wanted a wooden high chair and did a ton of research comparing stokke to the svan essential complete. Short story - stokke can easily tip (tons of YouTube video). Svan is much better and sleek
Jun 11, 2017
My girls love these and so do I. They fit next to any table. They are beautiful and functional. My girls pull them up to the counter themselves and help me cook. I had the pads and full seat.
Mar 08, 2017
The seat on this is very big so my 6 month old son has a hard time sitting in it, even though he does well sitting on his own on the floor, but I like that it is adjustable so it'll last long.
Oct 05, 2016
very trendy, and takes up less space than regular high chair. con is height unless you are seated as well. Looks nice and useful for many ages, even adults. Very stable and easy to assemble.
Aug 08, 2016
We have the grey Tripp Trapp and it is really a beautiful piece in our dining room (you don't hear that much about a high chair!) Price is high but we'll be using this for many years to come.
Apr 19, 2016
My MIL has this at her house. It is nice that it converts and looks nice, however the tray is very far from the child so food drops on child's lap easily. The straps are really hard to adjust.
Mar 11, 2016
I like that it's subtle in appearance, not bulky, and allows your child to sit right up to the table with everyone else. We also got the baby kit for him to use it at 5 months, more support.
Oct 04, 2014
The design is impeccable but this guy was just way too expensive and not very comfortable for my little guy. I scored it off CL for cheap but still needed all the other pieces. Too pricey!
Jul 29, 2014
We were using the baby set when we started feeding him, a little before 5 months. It's pretty secure about holding the babies in. You can probably use a little pillow if your baby needs a little assistance. Just need to be able to hold up their head.
We bought this for my daughter when she was about 12-13 months and she was fine. My younger one is 9 months and is still in more traditional high chair because I wouldn't trust her in this without the baby inset. Even though she sits on her own, if I turn my back and she wants other food or is down, she's quick to arch hr back, etc and it would make me too nervous. I wish we had the inset though!
Baby should ideally be sitting up with out assistance before sitting in the chair (even with the the baby set). Although both my kids were introduced to solids around 6 months, neither of them really showed much interest until they were closer to 8 months. Food before 1 is just for fun! Most nutrients will come from milk/formula until about a year anyway ????
Ours has never tipped, although my kids have also tried many times! Also, in reference to Sara, you can tighten the screws on the sides if the boards become loose. We have two Tripp Trapps and they have lasted 4 and 5 years, and are still in pretty great shape!