Thirteen options for design-loving parents.
I’ve never understood the urge to make children’s furniture colorful and…ugly. My kid doesn’t care what his chair looks like, but I do. I very much do. There’s no reason that your baby’s furniture shouldn’t blend seamlessly with the rest of your home’s décor. We’ve rounded up our favorite white high chairs — at all price points – to share with fellow design-loving parents.
A 5-in-1 seating system. Compatible with Stokke’s bouncer. (We used this high chair from birth to 4 years and highly recommend it!)
Stokke® Clikk™ High Chair
Easy to put together & take apart for travel or storage (between babies).
360° Cloud™ High Chair
360 degree swivel, modern design. Should I have another baby just to buy this chair?
Moon 2G 3-in-1 Highchair
A piece of art for your dining space. Transitions from a reclined position for newborns to a highchair for toddlers to a junior seat that holds children up to 99 pounds.
For use from birth to 8 years. Featuring three recline positions for infants. Adjustable height to fit tables and countertops.
Towerchair High Chair
This reminds me of the high chair my father had as a child (only his was red). Transitions to a toddler chair. Folds flat for travel and storage.
Five different settings. Converts to a play chair. (Matching play table sold separately.)
4-in-1 seating system. Easy to assemble. (For what it’s worth, we recently transitioned Levon to a Cybex booster seat and could not be more impressed with its design and function!)
Jessica Butler is the co-founder of Raise, stepmother of two, and adoptive mother of one. Prior to Raise, she was a writer on USA’s "In Plain Sight" and TNT’s "The Last Ship." She and her husband, writer/producer Warren Bell, co-created the Nick at Nite series "Instant Mom," based on her life as a stepmother. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and six-year-old son, Levon.