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Best highchairs

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IKEA ANTILOP highchair

Stokke tripp trapp highchair.

  • Bebe Style Classic 2 in 1 Highchair & Junior Chair

Cosatto Noodle 0+ highchair

Joie mimzy 2 in 1 highchair.

Whether you want a high-end designer high chair to go with your décor, a small portable seat for travel, or a space-saver you can hide away between mealtimes, there’s a perfect option for you and your baby or toddler.

The best high chairs in the UK – at a glance

  • Best value high chair: IKEA ANTILOP
  • Best wooden high chair: Stokke Tripp Trapp
  • Best portable high chair: Bebe Style Classic 2 in 1 Highchair & Junior Chair
  • Best reclining high chair for newborns: Cosatto Noodle 0+ Highchair
  • Best all-round high chair: Joie Mimzy 2 in 1 Highchair

Read more about why we love these high chairs below.

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Our picks of the best high chairs in the UK 2024

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  • Maximum weight : 15kg
  • Size : 90 x 25 x 22 cm
  • Our pick for : Best value high chair

It’s hard to ignore the value for money this high chair offers, and the number of parents who give it rave reviews. Sold without the tray, it’s really affordable, with the tray only adding a couple more pounds. It has a safety strap, is easy to build with just the legs being pushed into the slots, and is easy to clean, so it’s hard to beat this high chair for the price. You can have your baby right up to the table if you want, without the tray, or with it on if that’s easier (tray sold separately). There are also added extras like cushions, if you want to create a little more comfort or your younger baby needs a bit more support. It’s even stackable if one high chair isn't enough because you have twins or more. BabyCentre parents say “Really well priced, easy to assemble, does what you need it to, tidies away nicely, open for tray or no tray, extendable straps, insert available. I don't get why anyone would spend more when it's so perfect and functional!” “Cheap as chips, super easy to keep clean – you can dump it in the bath and hose it down if needs be – with no awkward cushions to get breakfast cereal welded to. There's a good reason why most cafes and restaurants use these!” “The legs also come off easily, so you can put it in the car if you need to.”

  • Maximum weight : 136kg
  • Size : 78 x 49 x 46 cm
  • Our pick for : Best wooden high chair

A design classic, the Tripp Trapp has been favoured by parents since its launch in 1972. It’s true to its marketing slogan ‘the chair that grows with the child’, as the footrest and seat move up and down so you can adjust it to fit. The high chair also fits right next to the table so that your baby, toddler or older child can join in when you eat. As well as natural and white, the Tripp Trapp also comes in other colours to suit your home – making it a stylish item you can use for years to come. The Scandi design is unlikely to date and will create a statement piece in your home. BabyCentre parents say “The Stokke Tripp Trapp lasts for more than 12 years! That makes it brilliant value for money – especially as I bought mine secondhand! It’s so easy to clean, and the colours are lovely. It’s just so practical and my baby is comfy too.” “It’s sturdy, easy to clean, looks great and is good quality. Pricey, but definitely worth it.” “If you want something that looks nice and takes up less room, this chair is great. We have one for each child as it turns into a seat that is really stable for things like playdough and baking.”

Bebe Style Classic 2 in 1 Highchair & Junior Chair

  • Size : 85 x 56 x 62 cm
  • Our pick for : Best high chair with tray

You want a high chair, but one that folds. You need one that is portable, easy to clean and lasts a little longer than the baby stage. Plus, you don’t want to spend much. This highchair may be just what you’re looking for. BabyCentre parents say “It’s easy to clean and adjustable to two sizes.” “It’s very easy to clean and I bought a padded seat for £8 from Amazon.” “The Bebe has great reviews and is cheap!”

  • Size : 112 x 55 x 70 cm
  • Our pick for : Best reclining high chair for newborns

BabyCentre parents are big fans of this Cosatto high chair. It comes in a variety of designs, includingMister Fox (pictured), Fika Forest, Unicorn Land and Strictly Avocados. Being suitable from birth is a real bonus when you need to eat but don't want to leave your baby unattended; the reclined position allows for that. But as your baby grows, it offers the option to sit them up so they’re ready for weaning. The comfy cushion means that, no matter your baby’s age, they’ll be happy to lie or sit in this high chair. The other bonus of this chair is that it also becomes a junior seat for your growing child; it can be adjusted to six heights, so it might be worth investing. BabyCentre parents say

“We love it. My little boy is on the small side and we used it from when he was tiny. It reclines and has a newborn insert, giving good support. The top of the tray comes off for easy cleaning, and folding is really easy too. My little boy will be six months soon, so we haven’t started weaning yet, but he loves sitting in it already.” “It has a reclining back for the times my son falls asleep, and has a detachable tray, which is perfect for washing. It’s super light and folds up quite slim to fit in a little cupboard.”

  • Size : 104 x 57 x 78 cm
  • Our pick for : Best all-round high chair

Available in a range of designs, the Joie Mimzy offers a lot for a weaning baby. You can recline the seat, have it upright, change the seat height into seven different positions, and it even has a cup holder. BabyCentre parents rave about the Mimzy – as well as its sister seat the Snacker. Suitable from 6 months, it’s foldable if you’re tight on space. And there’s a footrest for your baby so they feel a little more secure, especially when they start to grow. The tray has a one-handed release and is even dishwasher safe for messy weaning! BabyCentre parents say “It’s comfy, folds up small, has five height positions, three recline positions, a footrest recline, and different height points for the footrest too. It’s washable, wipeable and the seat cover is waterproof. It also comes with a washable insert, a five-point harness for safety, which can be adjusted as baby grows, and it has wheels so it's easy to move about. We love it! It comes with different snack trays, which click on and off the main tray. And it lasts! It’s very good value for money.”

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12 of the best highchairs for babies and toddlers

From highchairs that rock your baby or turn into a chair and table to those that simply offer a safe seat to eat in, we assess the most effective highchairs based on our reviews, testing and parent feedback

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We all know that mealtimes with little ones can be challenging. There's the food throwing, the wiggling around, the refusal to wear a bib and, of course, the dreaded post-dinner clean-up operation.

However, having the right highchair on hand can help make the experience a little bit more manageable. Put simply, highchairs provide a safe place where babies and children can sit when eating, raising them to table height so they can be part of mealtimes. Highchairs also give little ones a secure place to play when you’re prepping food or in the kitchen. If they're old enough to run around, stair gates are another way to keep your little one secure whilst allowing them to explore their surroundings.

The best highchairs are easy to clean, have simple but secure straps and a decent-sized tray. Many also now offer additional uses – turning into a newborn rocker (alternatively, take a look at our best bouncer chairs, swings and rockers ) or an older child's table and chair. For on-the-go, take a look at our best travel highchairs and booster seats .

Here at MadeForMums we've tested more than 90 highchairs, analysed the market and taken into account feedback from parents to create our top recommendations of the best highchairs available. They can help make weaning and feeding a doddle, so the only thing you have to worry about is deciding what to cook!

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Best highchairs for babies and toddlers at a glance

  • Best for value: Red Kite Feed Me Combi, £99.99
  • Best budget buy: Ikea Antilop, £19
  • Best for small spaces: Joie Snacker 2-in-1, £75
  • Best for older kids: Stokke Tripp Trapp, from £235
  • Best for newborn babies: Miniuno Yumo MultiPlus 4-in-1 Highchair, £139.99
  • Best lightweight highchair: Bugaboo Giraffe 5-in-1 Highchair, £219
  • Best for keeping babies entertained: Chicco Polly Magic Relax, £121
  • Best easy-to- clean highchair: Moji Yippy Highchair, £179.90
  • Best for contemporary style : iCandy MiChair, £260
  • Best toddler-friendly design highchair: Infantino Fox Grow-With-Me 4-in-1 Highchair, £69.99
  • Best reclining highchair: My Babiie Save the Children Confetti Premium Highchair, £69.99
  • Best foldable, compact design: Munchkin Float Foldable High Chair, £105

What to look for when buying a highchair

Age suitability – Highchairs are generally suitable from around 6 months, or when your baby can sit up on their own and you begin weaning. However, we're increasingly seeing a new generation of models that come with extra padded inserts and recline functions to make them suitable from birth – useful if you have pets or rampaging toddlers around and want to keep your baby off the ground (although obviously you need to be closely monitoring your baby at all times).

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Size – If your kitchen is on the smaller side, you'll want a compact highchair that can also be folded up and stored away neatly. Some traditional highchairs have flared legs that often cover a large surface area, which is fine if you have a large kitchen but can be a trip hazard if not.

Portability – There are plenty of highchair options that are compact and light when folded, so are easy to fit in the boot of your car. There are also some seats which come without legs and are designed to be attached directly to your existing kitchen chairs or table. Many of these even have their own carry case, so are a good option if you regularly eat somewhere where highchairs aren't available. Just be aware that they don't provide the same comfort and support offered by the big padded chairs.

Multi-use – A lot of highchairs can now be converted into various formats – from traditional highchair to booster seat and child seat – as your little one grows. Of course, these come with a higher price tag, so it's worth considering whether you want one long-lasting, investment product to do all of these jobs or prefer to buy different, cheaper styles over the years.

Ease of cleaning – Mealtimes can get very messy, particularly during weaning , and how easy your highchair is to clean is a key consideration. Do you want a simple plastic or wood wipe-clean model, or are you happy to machine-wash fabric covers? Be aware if there are lots of nooks and crannies for food to get pushed into, and check whether the tray can be easily taken off. Removable straps are also very handy so you can pop them in the washing machine every so often.

Harness – Never underestimate a toddler's ability to wriggle out of highchairs – it's a well-known fact that little ones would give Houdini a run for his money when it's time for dinner. For this reason, we recommend choosing a highchair that has a 5-point safety harness, as a lap belt alone may not be secure enough. You can buy an attachable 5-point harness if yours only has a lap belt. The harness should conform to safety standard BS 6684: 1989.

Weight – Are you planning on moving your highchair from room to room? If so, weight is something to bear in mind – unless the model comes with wheels.

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When can you start to use a highchair.

With many highchairs your baby needs to be 6 months old with good head and neck control in order to sit safely in the chair. At this young age it's important to make sure the safety harness fits well, your baby can sit in a supported position and there is enough padding to keep your baby comfortable.

However, a growing number of highchairs now offer full recline and add-on newborn pods – snug, cocoon-like seats to use with babies from birth. These are good features to look out for if you want to have your baby off the ground and close to you when you're in the kitchen.

How to use a highchair safely

Safety is key when choosing a highchair. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents ( ROSPA ) has clear safety guidelines for buying and using a highchair:

  • Look for the British Standard EN 14988:2006 safety standard mark
  • Choose a highchair with a 5-point harness
  • Choose a highchair that has a crotch bar or strap to prevent your baby slipping out
  • Look for a highchair that has a removable or adjustable tray so it's easy to get your baby in and out
  • When using your highchair, position it far enough away from any solid surfaces that your child could kick or push against it to destabilise the chair

And remember, it's hugely important to make sure your baby is strapped in safely and securely at all times and to never leave your baby unattended in their highchair. Always have them in your sight.

Here's our pick of the best highchairs tested by our reviewers and parents…

1. red kite feed me combi, £99.99, – best for value.

Red Kite Feed Me Combi 4 in 1 Highchai

Suitable from: 6 months to 12 years | Dimensions: H97xW61xD65cm | Weight: 9kg | Height settings: Adjustable | Harness: 5-point | Wheels: No

With its sleek Scandi looks and practical, functional design, this highchair ticks a lot of boxes and is a great all-rounder. Like many of the other products in this article, it's adjustable with 4 different modes and can be used as a standard high chair, a low-feeding chair, a booster seat which can be added to a dining chair, and a high stool for youngsters.

The foam padded seat is comfortable and wipe-clean, and the adjustable, generously-sized tray has 3 different positions plus a removable inset tray that makes tidying up easy. MFM parent tester Kate, mum to a 13 month old, complimented the ease with which you can clean the seat. "I particularly like how easy it is to remove the tray and how quick it is to wipe everything clean," she said. "The pieces are dishwasher friendly, which is a bonus, and the extra silicone layer for the tray is useful."

The 5-point harness feels stable and secure and there are anti-slip foot cups on the frame to help prevent it from sliding about. And, perhaps surprisingly, it's priced at just £99.99 – making it a very reasonable investment, when compared to some of the other chairs on the market. "I think it rivals some of the luxury brands for highchairs with its design but at a very reasonable price point," Kate commented. "For the price, the quality and adaptability of this chair is excellent."

The only small niggles are that the footrest isn't adjustable, and the construction of the highchair can take a little longer than expected. It doesn't fold away either – but when it looks as stylish as this, you'll probably want to keep it out on display!

Pros: Stylish design, multiple uses, easy clean, comfortable Cons: Footrest is non-adjustable, set up takes a little while, not foldable

Read our full MadeForMums review of the Red Kite Feed Me Combi

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2. Ikea Antilop, £19

– best budget buy.

Ikea Antilop

Suitable from: 6 months to 3 years (max 15kg) | Dimensions: H90xW56xD62cm | Weight: 3.5kg | Height settings: Fixed | Harness: 3-point | Wheels: No

Chances are you've already seen or heard about this popular budget highchair from Ikea. With its incredibly purse-friendly price tag of £19, this is by far the most affordable option in our highchair round-up and one that's garnered an excellent reputation for good reason.

One of the biggest benefits is how simple it is to clean. The seat and detachable tray are all made from plastic, so it couldn't be easier to wipe it all down with a cloth and some anti-bac spray. This is something our MFM parent tester Sarah, mum to a 14-month-old daughter, raved about. "The highchair is really easy to clean, which is great because Evie absolutely insists on feeding herself, and most of her cereal/yoghurt/casserole ends up on the chair rather than in her mouth," she said. "Its simple design means there are no nooks and crannies for bits of food to get trapped in and cleaning takes seconds with an antibacterial wipe."

The safety straps are also detachable, so if these get a little mucky during mealtime you can pop them in a washing machine to clean them up. However, the straps are only a 3-point lap strap rather than the safer 5-point straps, which is something to be aware of.

It boasts a functional but modern design and is incredibly lightweight, meaning that if you need to move it around the kitchen it's an absolute breeze. The highchair doesn't fold down, but the legs can easily be removed it you want to pack it away or take it on holiday with you.

This is a no-frills highchair, so don't expect different height positions, a reclining function or a footrest, but it does the job at hand – and you can't argue with the price.

Additional accessories for the Ikea Antilop

Younger babies will benefit from the addition of an inflatable supporting cushion , available from Ikea for an extra £5, plus £4.50 for the cover, as the seat itself is quite spacious.

The Highchair Catchy (£29.95) is compatible with the IKEA Antilop (use code "CatchyUK" for 10% off for a limited time only).

Pros: Affordable, easy to clean, removable legs, lightweight Cons: Doesn't fold, only 3-point harness, 1 sitting position and height, need to buy a supporting cushion for smaller babies

Read our full MadeForMums review of the Ikea Antilop

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3. Joie Snacker 2-in-1, £75

– best for small spaces.

Joie Mimzy Snacker highchair

Suitable from: 6 months to approx 4 years (max 15kg) | Dimensions: H104xW57xD78cm | Dimensions when folded: H91xW50xD30cm | Weight: 6kg | Height settings: 5 | Recline settings: 3| Harness: 5-point | Wheels: No

If you’re short on space at home, this great-value aluminium highchair is definitely an option to consider. At 6kg, it's one of the lightest highchairs in this round-up, meaning it can be easily moved from room to room, and the fact it can be folded and stored freestanding sets it apart from many others on the market.

Parents will love its simple 1-handed fold function, and it's something our MFM parent tester Fay, mum to 8-month-old Chester, pointed out as a major plus-point. "One of the key features of this highchair is the fact you can fold it with just 1 hand, which is super handy if you don't have much room to keep it up all the time," she said. "You simply pull a strap on the chair and the whole thing folds up – and you really can do it while holding your baby in the other hand!"

The highchair is flexible and well-designed – with 3 recline settings, 5 height settings, a large adjustable tray with dishwasher-safe insert, an adjustable footrest and even a storage shelf underneath.

The seat features a padded cover and is comfortable and supportive, with the T-bar located on the tray and not the seat – something Fay pointed out as being much more user-friendly for little ones.

Just be aware that the seat cover isn't quite as easy to clean as all-over plastic seats (our reviewer commented on the fact that food can get encrusted on the material) – although it is machine washable, which is handy. Our home testers also commented on the fact the most upright reclined mode felt a little too reclined.

At £75, it offers great value for money, and its simple, modern design won't look out of place in even the most stylish of kitchens.

Pros: Compact, lightweight, modern design, good value, grows with child

Cons: Cleaning can be tricky, too reclined

Read our full MadeForMums review of the Joie Snacker 2-in-1

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4. Stokke Tripp Trapp, from £235

– best for older kids.

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Suitable from: Birth (when used with the additional newborn set – £79) to adult (max 136kg) | Dimensions: H79xW46xD49cm | Weight: 7kg | Height settings: Adjustable | Harness: Additional 5-point available to buy | Wheels: No | Awards: Joint Gold – Highchair/booster seat, MadeForMums Awards 2023

Take a scroll through some of the chicest family homes on Instagram and you're sure to spot a Stokke Tripp Trapp around the kitchen table. Launched in 1972, this iconic piece of Scandi design, made from Beech, Oak or Ash wood, has revolutionised the children's chair market and become a favourite with parents who don't want to compromise on style.

The Tripp Trapp is not your average highchair. The whole idea behind the design is that the chair fits right up to your dining table, bringing your baby and child into the heart of your family at mealtimes – as a result, a tray doesn't come as standard (although you can now buy a Tripp Trapp tray for £53.10).

The basic chair can be used from when your child can sit unaided, then the seat and footrest can be adjusted to fit them as they grow. The Tripp Trapp can – with the necessary adjustments – even be used by adults.

"The outstanding design, quality and longevity elevate it beyond the level of a simple highchair. The slanting design not only looks great but is also practical as it makes the chair safe and secure. This chair will adapt to our children and home for many years and is really good value – it's a keeper that will see us through messy dinners, colouring and crafting sessions and homework at our table for years to come," shared parent tester Ruth, who tested this with their 16-month-old twins (one pictured above).

Additional accessories for the Stokke Tripp Trapp

Some parents aren't keen on the open hard wood surround for their young baby, and so you can buy either a plastic baby set (£52) or a baby highchair cushion (£45) along with an additional 5-point harness (£33). If you want to use the Tripp Trapp from birth, you can purchase the newborn set (£85). You get the picture – costs can mount up as you buy the accessories, but it is seen by many as a long-term investment.

The Highchair Catchy (£29.95) is compatible with the Stokke Tripp Trapp (use code "CatchyUK" for 10% off for a limited time only).

Pros: Beautiful design, easy to assemble and adjust, built to last and grow with your child Cons: Expensive, doesn't fold, no 5-point harness as standard, need to buy lots of additional products for comfort

Read our full MadeForMums review of the Stokke Tripp Trapp here

Available from: John Lewis, Natural Baby Shower and Stokke

5. Miniuno Yumo MultiPlus 4-in-1 Highchair, £139.99

– best for newborn babies.

miniuno yumo multiplus highchair being tested

Suitable from: Birth to 3 years (max 15kg) | Dimensions: H105xW74xD55cm (unfolded) H94.5xW59xD35cm (folded) | Weight: 8kg | Height settings: 7 | Harness: 5-point | Wheels: Yes (hidden) | Awards: Joint Bronze – Highchair/booster seat, MadeForMums Awards 2023

If you're looking for a multi-functional highchair that grows with your baby, this offering from Miniuno could be just the thing. The MultiPlus highchair is an innovative 4-in-1 buy, that can be used from birth as a relaxing baby swing or recliner through to the early years as a highchair with adjustable footrest and removable tray, as well as a height-adjustable, 5-point safety harness.

This highchair is the ultimate in comfort, with luxurious touches such as the plush toy bar with hanging toy animals and the leatherette seat pad that's also great for a quick and easy wipe clean. For maximum comfort, the seat reclines flat and the footrest can be adjusted to transform the chair into a day bed for your baby.

There are hidden wheels on the legs so you can manoeuvre the chair with ease, and the highchair can also be folded down, which is helpful if you're short of space. At £139.99, this Miniuno highchair offers lots of great features that can see your baby from birth right through to 3 years old.

Our MFM parent tester Emma, who tested this with their 6 month old, loved it, commenting: "This offers 2 high-quality products – a sturdy highchair and a cosy day bed – in 1, making the Yumo MultiPlus good value for money. The 5-point harness ensured my baby was comfortable and secure, whether the seat was reclined fully flat in day bed mode or more upright in highchair mode, and the removable seat can even be attached to a dining chair, allowing my child to sit at the table. The adjustable footrest is a useful feature to find the perfect fit for your baby, the feeding tray has 2 positions to ensure there's enough space for a growing child. Portability is key and this is light enough to easily manoeuvre, while concealed wheels help the chair glide across your floor."

Pros: 4-in-1 product, can be used from birth, luxurious finishings, folds compactly Cons: Might take up a bit of space when in highchair mode

Available from: Boots and Jolly Tots

6. Bugaboo Giraffe 5-in-1 Highchair, £219

– best lightweight highchair.

bugaboo giraffe highchair being tested

Suitable from: From birth (when used with newborn inlay, £85) upwards (max 100kg) | Dimensions: H76.5x W54xD59cm | Weight: 5kg (without accessories) | Height settings: Fixed | Recline positions: 0 | Harness: 5-point | Wheels: No

Weighing just 5kg (without accessories), this highchair comes in as the 2nd lightest on our list, after the Ikea Antilop. A new entry in the highchair market, this super sleek, stylish and minimalist chair can be used in 5 ways. Simply snap on the accessories (sold separately) to give the chair a different age-appropriate use; these accessories include a baby rocker, newborn seat, a harness and tray to use the highchair traditionally and a child seat with an impressive upper weight limit of 100kg.

One of our parent testers praised it as "fantastic quality and aesthetically pleasing," while another was pleased to know that it was "straightforward to use, as the seat and footrest are adjustable without the need for tools, and incredibly sturdy yet light enough to be easily moved around our home."

"This highly functional chair has scope to be used from newborn to school child, and a rocker and a highchair, offering great longevity. It provides a safe and comfortable eating environment for my baby and is the perfect sleek and modern design to fit unobtrusively into any home. I like the feet protectors and the fact this product is made with eco-conscious materials," shared parent tester Elisabeth, who tested this with their 6 month old.

Read our full MadeForMums review of the Bugaboo Giraffe

Pros: Stylish, versatile with accessories, durable, longevity, easy to clean, choice of colour options Cons: Expensive, extra accessories sold separately

Available from: John Lewis , Mamas & Papas and Boots

7. Chicco Polly Magic Relax, £174

– best for keeping babies entertained.

Chicco Polly Magic Relax

Suitable from: Birth to 3 years (max 15kg) | Dimensions: H106xW53xD85cm | Dimensions folded: H85xW53xD31cm | Weight: 10.5kg | Height settings: 8 | Harness: 5-point | Wheels: Yes

If comfort is your number 1 priority, let us introduce you to the Chicco Polly Magic Relax. This highchair comes ready to use from birth without having to buy any additional extras and includes a padded 'reducer' cushion to cocoon your baby, keeping them super-snug and cosy. Even better, the seasonal baby cushion is double-sided, meaning it can keep your baby cool in the summer and warm in winter.

With 3 reclining positions, 8 height positions and an adjustable footrest and leg rest, it's a versatile chair that can grow with your baby. MFM parent tester Bethan, mum to a 10-month-old girl, praised the use of the recline function combined with the toy bar. "I love the thought of sitting at the table having a meal with a gurgling baby lying in the reclined seat and enjoying being entertained by the toy bar," she said.

The Chicco Polly Magic Relax also has a removable tray, so your child can sit with you at the table and join in at mealtimes. Although the highchair is quite big and bulky, it does come with 4 wheels and an easy-fold function, meaning it can be quickly moved around or stored away if required. One MFM tester said she found the wheels particularly useful post c-section.

It has wipe clean surfaces, and a dishwasher-safe tray. However, it's not quite as easy to clean as some of the other seats available. "Wipe-clean surfaces are great, but there will always be crumbs in the crevices of fabrics (which wouldn't happen with the Tripp Trapp, for example). That said, it is very easy to wipe clean and is a dark enough colour to disguise stains," Bethan added.

Pros: Can be used from birth, comes with wheels, folds down, padded reducer included Cons: Takes up a lot of space, heavy, quite pricey

Read our full MadeForMums review of the Chicco Polly Magic Relax

8. Moji Yippy, £179.90

– best easy-to-clean highchair.

moji yippy highchair being tested

Suitable from: Birth (when used with newborn rocker, £150) upwards (max 90kg) | Dimensions: H87xW56xD50cm | Weight: 6.6kg | Height settings: 3 | Recline positions: 3 | Harness: 2-point | Wheels: No

A sleek and timeless highchair that will be great for your baby but also aesthetically pleasing in your kitchen or dining space. Similar to the Tripp Trapp in terms of concept but slightly different in design, the Yippy convertible highchair comes in at a slightly more affordable £179.90.

Made from rubberwood, it is durable and long-lasting and will see your child well into their older years. It has a sturdy construction and can take up to 90kg in weight which means it's suitable for adults too.

Set up is very straightforward – you simply take it out of the packaging and assemble it without any tools. "Its intuitive design means that it can be put together without tools, simply slotting and clicking different pieces into place with ease, and adjusting them with a simple push of a button or adjustment of a level to remove the fixture," shared MFM parent tester Rebecca, who tested this with their baby (pictured above).

For storage or travel, the chair folds simply and is light enough to carry with you on a family staycation or to visit grandparents. The rubberwood can be easily cleaned and wiped down with a damp cloth for those inevitable messy moments.

To get the most use out of this highchair, you can buy the newborn unit which is sold separately. Other optional extras are the food tray, cushion set and starter kit which allows babies as young as 6 months to sit in it and feel supported whilst doing so. You can purchase a bundle which includes the highchair and essential parts from £329 which is a bit pricey but an investment worth making if you love this product.

"We found this the best highchair as our daughter remains comfortable for longer in the ergonomically designed seat and tray, while also remaining secure. The seat board and footrest have proved easy to adjust to keep her in an optimal position as she begins her weaning journey, while the belt system is durable and safe. Our toddler loved that she could share this chair with her baby sister and it made mealtimes fun for her," shared parent tester Rebecca.

It comes in 7 different colour variations so you're bound to find something to suit your home.

Pros: Easy to clean, easy to assemble, durable, long-lasting, lots of colour variations Cons: Pricey, lots of extra parts to purchase

Available from: Little Angels Prams

9. iCandy MiChair, £260

– best for contemporary style.

icandy michair

Suitable from: Birth (when used with newborn rocker, £150) to 6 years (max 30kg) | Dimensions: H87xW56xD50cm | Weight: 6.6kg | Height settings: 3 | Recline positions: 3 | Harness: 2-point | Wheels: No

If looks are important to you when it comes to buying a highchair, you won't be disappointed with this offering from luxe British brand iCandy. The MiChair is as beautiful as it is practical and it's obvious that a lot of care has gone into the design. The MiChair, which comes with an impressive 10 year warranty, is designed as a 4-in-1 chair that can be used as a baby bouncer, high chair (with or without tray), a low chair for toddlers to use independently, and a rocking chair, so should last well throughout your child's early years. Just bear in mind, though, that the newborn rocker is sold separately at £155, seat cushions are an extra £50 and the rocking chair blades are £40.

Add this to the fact the basic highchair has a starting price of £260, and it's clear that buyers are paying more for the contemporary design. But our MFM parent tester Becky said she thinks it's worth it: "The different functions make the MiChair the perfect chair for a family like mine, with 4 children all at different stages," she commented. "I think this is good value and the product is stylish, well made and will last for years."

The simple design makes the chair incredibly easy to clean, especially as there are no little corners for food to hide in, and the removable tray can be wiped down no problem. The tray is slightly on the smaller side than others tested – just big enough for a plate and a cup – so while it suits an older child, it might not provide the space you'd like when approaching baby-led weaning.

Our reviewer commented that it was very quick and easy to switch between the different functions, and the rocking chair mode seems particularly appealing to toddlers.

"As soon as it arrived I tested out every possibility and I was really thankful that it was so simple to change the function, taking less than 5 minutes to adjust between them," Becky said. "When I made the MiChair into a rocker I suddenly seemed to be surrounded by small children all wanting to give it a go! My 3-year-old Archie thought it was the perfect reading chair and once all the babies are out of a highchair I imagine it will be perfect for a quiet corner."

Pros: Stylish, sturdy, easy to clean, compact, versatile, longevity Cons: Expensive, doesn't fold down, small tray for food, no 5-point harness

Read our full MadeForMums review of the iCandy MiChair

Available from: Direct4Baby and iCandy

10. Infantino Fox Grow-With-Me 4-in-1 Highchair, £119.99

– best toddler-friendly design.

infantino grow with me highchair

Suitable from: 3 months to 3 years (max 15kg) | Dimensions: H60xW39xD43cm | Weight: 6kg | Height settings: Fixed | Harness: 5-point | Wheels: Yes

The Infantino Fox Grow-With-Me 4-in-1 is another multi-purpose highchair on the market. The recline function means you can use it as safe chair for your baby from 3 months – although it's not lie-flat so you wouldn't want your baby dozing in it. It then transforms into a highchair with an optional silicone meal tray from 6 months+, to a booster seat, and then a toddler chair.

MFM parent tester Sarah particularly liked how early she could use the highchair with her 4-month-old daughter: "I loved that my second-born could be in a highchair at 3 months old – that was a real novelty, as I had to wait until my first daughter could sit up before using a highchair."

The most striking thing about the Infantino offering is the cute fox design – something your toddler will adore, and a great way of encouraging your young child to sit in their highchair with you at the table, but it's certainly not to everyone's tastes. If you're more of a minimalist in terms of interior style, this is probably not the chair for you.

The chair is made from low density foam, so it's easy to wipe clean, however this does offer less padding than something like the Chicco Polly Magic Relax, so smaller babies might not be as comfortable as they could be. The food tray and mat are also easily removed and dishwasher-safe – a major plus point.

It's worth keeping in mind that the highchair legs do flare out quite a bit – great from a sturdy, safety point of view, but certainly a feature that takes up a bit of room. It also can't be folded away and even the booster seat itself is relatively bulky.

Pros: Grows with your child, suitable from 3 months, easy to clean Cons: Not as cushioned as other options, doesn't fold, not very upright for weaning babies

Read our full MadeForMums review of the Infantino Fox Grow-With-Me 4-in-1 Highchair

Available from: Toys R Us

11. My Babiie Save the Children Confetti Premium Highchair, £69.99

– best reclining highchair.

my babiie save the children premium highchair

Suitable from: 6 months to 3 years (max 15kg) | Dimensions: H112xW73xD56.5cm (unfolded), H100xW73xD56.5cm (folded) | Weight: 8kg | Height settings: 6 | Recline positions: 3 | Harness: 5-point | Wheels: No

The My Babiie Premium highchair is a fairly affordable chair that can be used from 6 months, or when your baby can sit up on their own. With 6 different height settings, the highchair offers versatility in that you can use it as a regular highchair or you can adjust it and have it lower while you're sitting on your sofa. You can use it at your dinner table and breakfast counter too, so your baby can feel included at family mealtimes.

For extra comfort or if your baby simply wants to relax, the highchair comes with extra soft padding and 3 recline modes. It doesn't recline flat though, so it's not suitable for naps.

The confetti pattern feels cool and contemporary, and the black frame makes a change from the typical lighter colours of other models. My Babiie has collaborated with Save the Children on this highchair, with a donation of £4 made to the charity for every highchair of this edition sold.

When it comes to cleaning all the food mess, the dishwasher-safe tray can be clipped off and hung at the back of the chair – great for convenient storage as the chair can stand on its own when folded. The seat padding can be removed too, which allows you to get into those corners when cleaning the chair down.

The My Babiie Premium collection has 10 colourways to choose from including a safari theme, leopard theme and rose gold blush.

Pros: 3 recline positions, good value, tray can be stored behind the chair, charity contribution Cons: Modern design might not be to everyone's taste, no wheels

Available from: Boots and Baby Planet

12. Munchkin Float Foldable High Chair, £105

– Best foldable, compact design

Munchkin Float Foldable High Chair

Suitable from: 6 months to 3 years (max 15kg) | Dimensions: 66 x 55 x 90 cm (unfolded)| Weight: 5kg | Height settings: No | Harness: 5-point | Wheels: No

If you’re searching for a compact high chair that’s suitable for small spaces, take a look at the Munchkin Float Foldable High Chair. The Float comes in at a lightweight 5kg, making it easy to move around the house, and also folds down, making it easy to store.

Once meal time is over and you want to put the chair away, the feeding tray can be removed and stored on handy hooks located on the back of the seat. To fold the chair, all you need to do it push buttons on either side of the seat to collapse the legs together. This allows for easy and compact storage.

"The chair does exactly what it says on the box! Float, feed and fold. It is super lightweight, which is great for anyone, especially when you have a needy baby and need to multi task" was the verdict of our MFM parent tester Natasha - mum to an 8-month-old daughter - who was a fan of the space-saving design. "It folds simply and when folded stands up without having to lean it against anything. It fits in most compact spaces which is also a win win!"

In terms of safety, there is a stable base and 5-point harness system with adjustable straps on the Munchkin Float, meaning you can keep babies and toddlers safe and secure in their seat.

Style-wise, it comes in a mid-century inspired wood and white plastic design that’s pleasingly neutral and won’t look out of place around your house.

The Munchkin Float is not adjustable in terms of height, but you can adjust the footrest to two different levels to allow for more leg room as your little one grows. No tools are needed for this – parents just need to rotate the footrest to allow for greater comfort for your child. And while the seat doesn’t come with padding or cushions, which our home testers thought would be useful for added comfort, it does have a smooth plastic design that is free of nooks and crannies, allowing for easy cleaning.

In a plus for parents, it has a no tool assembly and there are no complicated steps to put it together. This means it can be assembled quickly, with Natasha adding ‘"It was really simple to put together, one quick look at the instructions and I put it up within a few minutes."

Pros: Foldable, compact design for easy storage, no tool assembly, appealing neutral style Cons: Footrest only has two levels, height is not adjustable, no padding on the seat

Available from: Amazon


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When your baby hits six months, you’ll probably be thinking about introducing solids, opening up a whole new world and leaving you on the lookout for the best high chairs to support this stage in your baby’s development.

As it’s really important for babies to sit correctly when they eat, a high chair is an absolute must. Baby and Child nutritionist, and author of How to Wean Your Baby , Charlotte Stirling-Reed says: “Ideally, baby needs to be able to sit up really well in a high chair and hold their head, neck and trunk easily, so they can focus on their hand movement and self-feeding.

“A footrest is also really important, as it allows baby to sit up straight more easily, without leaning to one side or forwards and backwards,” she adds. “You want their knees at right angles, so they are nice and comfortable. Lastly, you also want them to be strapped in with an appropriate harness.”

As well as safety, you want to look at practicality. Take it from us, you’ll want a tray that detaches easily, so you can stick it in the sink to clean up . You should also make sure it fits your space – some high chairs take up a huge amount of space, while some are much more compact.

Lastly, make sure the high chair matches your aesthetic. The best high chairs that grow with your child can be used in your home for years, so, make sure it’s one you’re happy to have around.

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How we tested the best high chairs

We tested a range of high chairs and booster seats

We spent months testing high chairs, from budget-friendly to more expensive models. While testing, we looked at the comfort of our mini-testers and the practicality of the high chairs. The design was factored in, as was quality, and whether the chair could grow with our little one, dramatically affected its cost-effectiveness. Here are the ones that raised the bar.

The best high chairs for 2024 are:

  • Best high chair overall – Stokke steps chair: £239, Stokke.com
  • Best budget high chair – Ikea antilop high chair with tray: £19, Ikea.com
  • Best compact high chair – Vital Baby nourish scoop high chair: £99.99, Amazon.co.uk
  • Best high chair for simple design – Koo-di tiny taster 3-in-1 high chair: £119, boots.com
  • Best high chair for playtime – Infantino music and lights 3-in-1 discovery seat and booster: £49.99, Amazon.co.uk

Stokke steps chair

  • Best : High chair overall
  • Age range : From birth to three years
  • Dishwasher-safe tray : No, but easy to clean
  • Super comfy
  • Looks great
  • Grows with your child

This chair was a huge hit with our whole family. The steps chair is designed to grow with your kid. There’s a newborn bouncer – sold separately, (£169, Amazon.co.uk ) – that slots on top, then you can adapt it to become a high chair with or without a tray, then a standard chair when your child is a little older. This gave our five-year-old tester the independence to get up and down from dinner, letting him sit more comfortably than if he was on an adult seat.

Our toddlers also loved this chair – it seems super-spacious and comfy. We used the baby set (£70, Amazon.co.uk ) with our younger testers, which made sure they were sitting in place and were strapped in.

As for us adults, we liked that this chair actually looks nice in our house – the understated Scandi style ticked our boxes in terms of aesthetics. Yes, it’s pricey when you consider all the extra add-ons, but it’s well made and has been very well used since we started testing it, so, we think it works out as decent value for money.

Ikea antilop high chair with tray

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  • Best : Budget high chair
  • Age range : Children up to three years
  • Dishwasher-safe tray : No, wipe clean with cloth
  • Easy to clean
  • Lightweight
  • Large tray surface area
  • Not the most attractive design
  • Doesn’t grow with your child

The Ikea antilop high chair is a go-to choice for families and hospitality venues alike and with good reason. The moulded plastic chair is the perfect size for weaning babies and still sits kids up to the age of three. It’s also super-easy to clean, as there are very few grooves for Weetabix to get mashed into.

We’d suggest you get the inflatable insert (£5, Ikea.com ) and accompanying cover (£5, Ikea.com ) for younger babies, as it will help prop them up if they’re still a bit wobbly.

We love that you can remove the very generously sized tray for a thorough clean, but this is also helpful if you want to draw the high chair right up to the table. Really handily, these chairs stack together, so, if you have two kids in need, it’s a real space saver when not in use. For only £19, you really can’t go wrong.

Cybex lemo four-in-one high chair

  • Best : High chair for a splash of colour
  • Age range : Six months to three years
  • Dishwasher-safe tray : Yes
  • Easy to change heights
  • Great colour options
  • Tray could have been bigger

With a baby bouncer chair; high chair with tray; learning tower, and standard chair options available with this seat, it’s a versatile, premium product, with a matching price tag.

The stylish colours are aesthetically pleasing, and we found it easy to keep it looking in good nick. Our testers loved the standard chair options, and the high chair was great. The harnesses feel thoroughly secure, and it’s easy to lift little ones in and out of the chair.

A detachable matching tray was easy to clean, although, it could have done with slightly more surface area. While we focused on the high chair mode, the bouncer seat feels high quality and we can see the benefit of being able to pull it up to the table while you eat. We loved that, to change the height of the chair, you just have to twist and push a handle on the bottom of the seat and footrest – much easier than those that require Allen keys.

Mamas and Papas bug floor and booster seat

  • Best : Booster seat high chair
  • Age range : Three months to three years
  • Dishwasher-safe tray : Wipe clean only
  • Toys included
  • Not a huge tray

For convenience, this Mamas and Papas booster seat is hard to beat. It’s lightweight and can attach to most chairs securely, meaning it’s great to take to grandparents’ houses, on holiday and even to restaurants. It is cumbersome, though – it’s not going to fit under the seat of a pram.

Our mini tester was delighted by the activity centre, which sticks to the tray. This is fantastic if you need to keep your little one entertained as you cook or while you wait for food at a restaurant. You can also put the booster on the floor and use it as a place for children to play with toys on their tray – our tester enjoyed practising their stacking skills. You can be confident they’re secure, as you can extend the floor base to provide more flexibility.

Lastly, you can remove the pad inside as your child grows – they can continue to use the seat until preschool age. There are even “crumb stoppers” that slot in the tray gaps, so, once you remove the tray, you won’t find the grim remains of food in every crevice.

Ergobaby evolve high chair system

  • Best : High chair that also acts as a helper tower
  • Age range : Six months to seven years
  • Multipurpose
  • Can fold down
  • Great quality
  • Takes up a lot of space

We appreciate longevity in a product – especially if we’re spending serious cash – and this Ergobaby high chair ticks that box. It’s a high chair that converts to a seat that looks like a regular dining chair. You can also convert it into a helper tower, so kids can stand at a kitchen counter or breakfast bar to help with food prep.

This model is super easy to put together and convert between the different uses, too. Although it takes up a lot of space, especially the helper tower, with a click of a button, you can fold it down somewhat if you need to make room.

We also loved the natural and white colourway and the five-point harness, which is great for mini escape artists.

Bugaboo giraffe high chair

  • Best : High chair for use from birth
  • Age range : Six months and upwards
  • Dishwasher-safe tray : Wipe clean
  • Five-point harness
  • Can be used from birth

Bugaboo’s amazing quality and eye for design has carried through from the premium pram range to this high chair. The giraffe works from newborn, with a sweet little seat from which they can gurgle at you as you quickly stuff down your meals.

The seat can also be slotted into a rocker/baby bouncer frame. Then, at six months, you can convert it into a high chair with plush padded straps (including over the shoulders) and a seat pad. Our tester was able to sit upright nicely in this chair, and you can attach a tray or pull the chair directly up to the table.

Once your child is ready, you can remove the harness and baby seat adapters and be left with a standard chair that will bring children level with you at the table.

Vital Baby nourish scoop high chair

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  • Best : Compact high chair
  • Age range : Six+ months
  • Includes cushion

This high chair is compact. We were so impressed by the fact it manages to pack in all the key features (removable cushion, footrest and a removable tray) into such a tiny package. You can also convert it to a little toddler chair. Although, it probably won’t last your child all the way through their high-chair career. Our toddler had trouble squeezing in – even though you can adjust the tray depth and foot-rest height – but it’s perfect for a weaning baby. We like that you can also fold it down and then slide it into a cupboard.

Koo-di tiny taster three-in-one high chair

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  • Best : High chair for simple design
  • Age range : Newborns to eight years
  • Easy to move around
  • Comfortable
  • Small tray surface area

A high chair that’s designed to grow with your child, you can use this as a standard high chair along with its tray, but we like that you can also remove the tray, so your child can be pulled right up to the table – there are wheels on the back legs, to help with this manoeuvre.

When your child is a bit older, you can remove the lap guard, too. Once they’re older still, you can remove the bucket seat, so it becomes a high stool. The seat is comfy, thanks to a removable insert, and it all clicks together well, without getting jammed.

We did find the tray was slightly on the small side for our toddlers, who like to spread their mess far and wide. However, we liked the Scandi-inspired design and the fact this high chair has real longevity.

Infantino music and lights three-in-one discovery seat and booster

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  • Best : High chair for playtime
  • Age range : Babies up to 33lb
  • Dishwasher-safe tray : No, clean with cloth
  • Flexible use
  • Includes activity centre
  • Only suitable up to around 18 months

This booster and activity station is perfect for those early weaning days, as you can set it on the floor and use the little snack tray to house some finger food. The tray also comes with an activity centre with plenty of bells and whistles (almost quite literally) to keep babies engaged. You can slide this open to reveal the tray or have it together as just an activity centre – any baby mastering sitting up would love this. You can also remove the tray entirely and strap the seat to a regular chair, then pull it up to the table.

The seat is also generous enough to accommodate a slightly older child, while the seat pad is wipe clean, which we found made it really easy to maintain. Our toddler testers loved being able to sit up at the table with the family, and the booster is light enough to chuck in a car boot and take to friends’ houses, rather than lugging a proper high chair around with you.

Stokke tripp trapp chair

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  • Best : High chair with a long lifespan
  • Age range : From newborn (with set) to adult up to 136kg
  • Dishwasher-safe tray : N/A
  • Lots of colourways to choose from

A design classic, the solid-wood tripp trapp chair has been made to work for all ages. With a weaning baby, you can have your child sitting in the baby seat with a harness, tray and cushion. Our toddler looked very happy in this setup and had plenty of space to play and explore their food. Once your child is a bit older, you can remove the tray and have them sit up directly at the table. There are two levels on the chair: one seat and one footplate. We found our older tester loved that they could use it like a ladder to climb up into their own chair. You can then lower both levels as your child grows.

As you might expect from a chair designed for all ages, the tripp trapp is built to last, and we love it for that. It looks great next to our kitchen table and is wide enough that it feels comfy for all. Plus, it comes in a wide range of colours, and you can even get it personalised, so, you’re sure to find a colourway that suits your home. We can see how this has become the best-known high chair on the market, and it gets two thumbs up from us.

Nuna zaaz high chair

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  • Best : Modern design
  • Age range : Unspecified

We were immediately struck by how robust this high chair is – it feels like it would survive a hurricane or a toddler or two (same difference, really). It looks very modern, too, with a curved, futuristic look.

Our mini tester was pretty comfy in it, as the air foam seat-pad is extra thick. Meanwhile, we liked that it is quite narrow – you could fit two side by side at a table easily. However, this does mean the tray is slightly on the smaller side, which isn’t ideal if you have kids who like to spread their meal debris far and wide.

You can raise and lower the height of the seat as your little one grows, and remove the tray and arm bar, as needed. We also give it a big thumbs up for the crevice-free design, which made wiping up crumbs a breeze. All the plastic components are dishwasher-safe, too.

Mamas & Papas juice high chair

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  • Best : High chair for comfort
  • Age range : From six months to five years
  • Mid-range pricing

The Scandi design and colourway of the Mamas & Papas juice very much appealed to us. The legs are half wood, half metal, but designed to all look like a subtle ash wood shade. This is complemented by a moulded bucket seat, which feels robust and can be wiped clean. We found cleaning it a doddle, too, thanks to the seam-free seat pad. Speaking of which, this is really thickly padded, and our little tester seemed secure and comfy in there.

Dragging the high chair around the table was easy because this model is surprisingly lightweight – although, we’re not sure it’s quite as portable as Mamas & Papas claims.

The height on this seat is slightly lower than most of the others we tried, so it didn’t feel like our tester was lording over us, and it converts once your child’s high chair days are behind them.

Silver Cross buffet high chair

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  • Best : High chair for newborns
  • Age range : From birth to three years (15kg)
  • Dishwasher-safe tray : Tray divider is dishwasher-safe
  • Use from birth
  • Good surface area on tray

This high chair is packed with clever features. You can use it from birth, by reclining the seat, too. We think this is a lovely feature, as you can have your newborn join you at the dinner table for quality family time.

This model comes with a very generous table – one of the largest we tried – and it’s really easy to remove. Plus, it has handy little places to put a cup and is dishwasher-safe (although, you’ll need quite an empty dishwasher to fit it in). The seat cushion is quite plastic-y in feel, but is wipe-clean and comes up a treat, even after spaghetti bolognese. We also like that you can adjust the height, so you can slide it up to a breakfast bar or kitchen table.

Munchkin 360 cloud high chair

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  • Best : High chair for innovation
  • Age range : Six months to three years (up to 15kg)
  • Cool design
  • Spinning seat
  • Stain-resistant

We really rated lots of the features of this high chair. Firstly, it’s transparent, so it sort of feels like it blends into its surroundings. Secondly, the seat spins, which we found handy when loading and unloading the little one into it. The bucket-style seat is really easy to wipe clean, and does actually look clean when you’ve finished – we found some of the other white plastic high chairs tended to attract food stains.

The seat cushion has pads on all sides, which kept our mini-tester very happy. We also liked that the back came up nice and high, which will provide plenty of support as our child grows. The tray comes in two parts, so, if your little angel makes a mess of dinner, just remove the top and they have a fresh surface on which to spread their dessert.

Babymoov slick two-in-one nanotex high chair

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  • Best : High chair for adjustable height
  • Age range : From six+ months
  • Suitable from birth
  • Comfortable seat
  • Adjustable height

We really like that this high chair is suitable from birth without the need for any attachments. This means you can pull your baby up to the table at mealtimes for all those early lessons about food. The adjustable height means you can switch between a breakfast bar and a table really easily, and the detachable tray is easy to clean.

What’s also great is the nanotex fabric that covers the seat – we found it easy to wipe clean for most messes (we’re looking at you, avocado), and the cushion is really nicely padded.

The verdict: High chairs

Stokke steps has secured our top spot for a second year running. It works so well, and looks great in our house – and is moderately priced compared with some other adaptable high chairs. If you’re looking for a budget buy, the Ikea high chair cannot be beaten. It works well, it’s easy to clean, can be stacked, and can be broken down easily to take with you when visiting grandparents.

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Best Travel High Chair: 11 Portable High Chairs And Boosters

Traveling with a little one in tow brings a unique set of challenges and necessities, especially when considering mealtime on the go. High chairs are bulky, hard to transport, and critical for your child’s comfort and safety during feeding.

Enter the portable high chair—a lightweight, collapsible, and travel-friendly solution to your child’s dining needs when away from home. In my guide, I share with you my list of the best portable travel chair options for kids on the move.

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These chairs are designed with the traveling family in mind, striking a balance between the conveniences of home and the demands of being on the road. When shopping for the best portable high chair for travel, several factors should be considered.

Durability is key, as you’ll want a product that withstands the rigors of travel without sacrificing comfort or safety. Another important aspect is the chair’s weight and foldability because every ounce and inch counts when packing.

You’ll also need to consider the chair’s ease of cleaning because let’s face it—you’re going to encounter some messes. Lastly, compatibility with various table types and seat adjustments can make a significant difference in how well the chair works while you’re out and about.

As you scan the market for a travel high chair, it’s essential to weigh these functionalities against one another and find the model that suits your family’s specific needs.

Whether you’re planning a dinner at a fancy restaurant or gearing up for a family picnic, the right high chair can make all the difference.

With the aim to narrow down the choices and help guide you to the best option, what follows is a look at some leading portable high chairs tailored for life on the move.

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Best Portable High Chairs For On-The-Go Parents

Heading out with your little one can mean packing as if you’re outfitting a small army, but choosing the right portable high chair can lighten your load considerably.

Whether you’re visiting grandma, dining out, or enjoying a family picnic, the convenience of a secure, comfy spot for your tot to chow down can’t be overstated.

The best portable high chairs are designed to be swiftly folded down, easy to clean, and compact enough to stash in your trunk or even carry-on.

Get ready to feed your youngster with ease, wherever your adventures take you, with these top-notch options.

1. hiccapop OmniBoost Portable Booster Seat – My Favorite Portable High Chair

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If you’re looking for a travel-friendly chair that offers both convenience and stability, the Hiccapop OmniBoost could be your go-to option.

  • It folds down for travel and is complete with a carrying bag.
  • The cover is removable and machine washable.
  • Detachable and dishwasher-safe tray for easy cleanup.
  • Stability is less on uneven surfaces without ‘duck feet’ attached.
  • It only supports small children up to 30 pounds.
  • Fabric may not be as durable as other materials over time.

For parents on the go, handling mealtime with young children can be quite the juggling act.

The hiccapop OmniBoost, Travel Booster Seat, simplifies dining away from home, coupling portability with the comforts of a high chair.

Compact in design, it folds effortlessly, perfect for fitting into your travel plans without occupying too much space.

The convenience of a machine-washable cover cannot be overstated. It is an undeniable lifesaver for those inevitable mealtime messes, ensuring that the aftermath of your little one’s eating adventures is not a permanent stain on your day.

Just slide off the cover, toss it in the wash, and you’re ready for the next meal.

Couple those features with a tray that not only swivels for stress-free seating but also pops off to be cleaned in the dishwasher, and it’s clear why this chair stands out.

Its thoughtful design removes much of the hassle associated with feeding time when one is not in the comfort of one’s own kitchen.

And let’s not forget the exceptional stability provided by the special duck feet, which give you peace of mind even when you’re dining on a soft park lawn or sandy beach .

2. Liuliuby Travel High Chair – Easy To Clean Chair

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If you’re looking for a portable high chair that simplifies mealtime during travel, the Liuliuby Travel High Chair is worth considering.

  • Quickly transforms a standard chair into a secure high chair
  • The ultra-compact design integrates seamlessly with your travel gear
  • Suitable for a wide age range with an adjustable height harness
  • Limited to chair availability at your destination
  • Not suitable for infants who can’t sit unassisted
  • May not fit uniquely designed or oversized chairs

Taking your baby out and about shouldn’t mean a compromise on comfort and safety during meal times.

The Liuliuby Travel High Chair offers an ingenious solution: turning any regular chair into a baby-friendly seat.

Its light weight and compact nature makes it an essential travel companion that fits effortlessly into your carry-on or diaper bag.

Imagine dining out at a restaurant or visiting relatives without the hassle of a bulky high chair.

This innovative product attaches to most chairs with ease thanks to adjustable safety straps, ensuring your little one is part of the gathering at table height.

Plus, it comes with the added benefit of being machine washable, saving you from the headache of messy mealtimes.

For parents who prioritize convenience without sacrificing their baby’s comfort, this travel high chair underscores its utility with soft, cushioned fabric and a non-slip design.

It’s adjustable to grow with your child, suitable from around 6 months up to toddlerhood.

However, verify chair compatibility for your travels, as some chair designs might not fit, and be prepared to offer alternative seating if necessary.

3. Regalo My Chair Boost & Go

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If you’re looking for convenience on the move, this adaptable booster seat meets your child’s needs, transforming mealtime into an effortless, secure, and tidy affair.

  • Versatile 2-in-1 design that serves multiple purposes
  • Foldable and lightweight for travel ease
  • Easy cleaning due to mesh and nylon materials
  • It may feel snug for bigger toddlers
  • Some users find the buckle mechanism tricky
  • No carry bag is included for transportation

When traveling with young ones, keeping them safe and comfortable during mealtime is a priority, and the Regalo My Chair Boost & Go can seamlessly fit into this role.

Its design includes a removable tray, securing your little one in place while offering ample room for their snacks and toys.

Ideal for on-the-go families, this chair is designed to be incredibly portable.

It folds down quickly, is light enough to carry with ease, and is a cinch to set up anywhere – from beach to park to grandma’s dining room.

The simplicity of the design encourages more spontaneous adventures with your child.

Cleaning up is a breeze, an essential feature for any parent.

The chair’s mesh walls and nylon bottom are meant to endure spills and crumbs, easily wiped down with a cloth and some soap.

However, keep in mind that as your child grows, they may find the fit a bit snug.

The buckle system is safe and sturdy, but it may require a bit of fiddling to secure.

It’s also worth noting that it doesn’t come with a separate carrying case, but its compact foldability makes it simple to slip into the car or stow away.

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4. inglesina fast table chair + dining tray.

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If simplicity and convenience top your list, this high chair makes dining out or small-space living a breeze.

  • It easily attaches to most tables
  • Lightweight and collapsible for travel
  • Includes carry bag for portability
  • Maximum table thickness limit
  • Higher price point than some alternatives
  • The tray may sit a bit high for smaller infants

Traveling with children involves enough gear as it is, and dining options shouldn’t add to your load.

The Inglesina Fast Table Chair provides a secure spot for your little one right at the dinner table.

With a straightforward twist-tight coupling, it’s compatible with most tables, making meals away from home less of a hassle.

Compact living has its challenges, and saving space becomes a priority.

This high chair’s collapsible design is perfect for tight spaces, and the included carry bag means you can stow it away neatly or bring it along for the ride without it being cumbersome.

Meals should be enjoyable, not a cause for concern.

The safety and comfort provided by the high backrest, padded seat, and included 3-point safety harness mean you can relax a little while your baby joins mealtime.

The ease of setup and BPA-free materials also show that function and safety don’t have to compromise convenience or well-being.

5. Lulunemo Clip-On Chair

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If you’re on the go and need a reliable seating solution for your little one, this high chair’s ease of use and portability might be ideal.

  • Simplified setup on a variety of tables
  • Strong safety features ensure the baby’s security
  • Not compatible with certain table types
  • A weight limit of 15kg may not suit older toddlers
  • A storage bag is helpful but adds an extra item to carry

Ease of use is front and center with this chair. It’s designed to install on an extensive range of table thicknesses, meaning less fuss for you when it’s mealtime away from home.

Its compatibility with most tabletops is a definite plus, making it a versatile piece of gear in your travel arsenal.

The fold-flat design shines in terms of convenience and portability, making it a no-brainer for storage or those trips where space conservation is vital. The addition of a storage bag is thoughtful, ensuring that the chair remains clean and ready for action at a moment’s notice.

When it comes to your baby’s well-being, safety is non-negotiable. Fortunately, with its sturdy metal clamps and a 3-point harness, you can dine out with the confidence that your little one is snug and secure. Moreover, cleaning is effortless—take off the seat cover and toss it in the washing machine, so it’s one less hassle for you after a family meal.

6. Summer Infant Pop ‘N Sit

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Consider the Summer Infant Pop ‘N Sit if you’re looking for a travel-friendly and versatile high chair for your little one.

  • Multipurpose and highly portable design
  • Incredibly user-friendly with an easy-to-clean surface
  • Offers a reliable three-point safety harness
  • Limited weight capacity of up to 37 pounds
  • It may not be as sturdy as fixed-high chairs
  • The compact design might not suit older children

Versatility makes the Summer Infant Pop ‘N Sit a standout product, suitable for various activities, whether you’re indoors or out. Transitioning from a floor seat to a booster effortlessly supports your changing needs as your child grows. Equipped with a tray, the chair caters to feeding sessions and playtime alike.

Ease of use is another key feature due to its simple foldability, which fits into the included carry bag and is ideal for the on-the-go family. Its cleaning process is hassle-free, with a dishwasher-safe tray and wipeable seat, saving you the stress of messes and spills.

However, the Summer Infant Pop ‘N Sit prioritizes portability and might not have the same sturdiness you would expect from a permanent high chair fixture. Furthermore, the weight limit and size mean your child might outgrow it faster than other chairs.

7. Summer Pop ‘n Sit

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The Summer Pop ‘n Sit Portable Highchair is a versatile pick you should consider for its ease of use and maintenance when traveling with your little one.

  • Folds compactly for ease of transport
  • Machine-washable fabric for simple cleaning
  • Sturdy design with a secure tray for feeding
  • The tray might be too small for some preferences
  • Only suitable for children up to 45 pounds
  • Limited to a three-point harness rather than a five-point

Finding a highchair that can keep up with the pace of your travels can be as essential as the journey itself. The Summer Pop ‘n Sit Portable Highchair shines with a pop-and-fold design that allows for a swift setup, making mealtime manageable no matter where you find yourself.

The chair’s compact fold means it can be moved from the dining room to the car trunk in a snap, keeping the rhythm of your day uninterrupted.

Spills and messes are part and parcel of feeding toddlers, and this highchair acknowledges that reality. Thankfully, the removable and machine-washable fabric turns what could be a tedious clean-up into a hassle-free task. After meals, strip the seat and pop it into the washer. For quick on-the-go cleaning, the fabric is also easy to spot clean, keeping the chair fresh for the subsequent use.

Durability is a key factor when choosing a travel highchair, and the Summer Pop ‘n Sit doesn’t disappoint. The hard plastic tray provides a stable surface for your child’s meals and playtime, ensuring snacks stay within easy reach.

While the chair’s tray might be smaller compared to some alternatives, it’s substantial enough to handle the feeding needs of most traveling tots. Keep in mind, though, that the chair accommodates children up to 45 pounds—so larger toddlers may outgrow it. The usage of a three-point harness over a five-point might be a drawback for those seeking added security. Nonetheless, this highchair is a strong contender for your child’s travel needs.

8. YOLEO Travel High Chair

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For those who need a space-saving and travel-friendly high chair, the YOLEO Travel High Chair is a solid choice. It offers comfort and adaptability for your baby.

  • Adjustable height for table compatibility
  • Folds flat for easy transport and storage
  • Simple to clean design
  • Small tray size may not fit larger plates
  • Limited cushioning compared to some models
  • Harness could be more robust for active children

Traveling with little ones often means having to compromise on everyday comforts, but the YOLEO Travel High Chair lets you maintain a semblance of your home routine. Its compact design means it won’t take up much space in your luggage or car, and its foldable nature ensures that setup and breakdown are a breeze.

Eating out with a baby can sometimes be challenging, but this high chair turns any regular dining chair into a safe spot for your child to enjoy their meals. The adjustable

straps provide a secure fit, ensuring peace of mind during use. You’ll also find the ease of cleaning to be a significant plus; a quick wipe is all it takes to keep things hygienic.

Balance is essential when considering convenience and comfort. The YOLEO High Chair offers several levels of height adjustment, accommodating your child’s growth and various table heights.

However, while it is easy to install, the tray’s size may limit the use of some plates, and the cushioning is basic, so you might want to add extra padding for extended meal times. The safety harness is functional, but those with particularly wriggly children may seek additional security features.

9. Ciao! Baby Portable Seat

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If you’re on the move with your little one, this chair fits the bill for easy dining anywhere.

  • Unfolds and collapses within seconds
  • Lightweight design for effortless transport
  • Easy-to-clean materials for mess-free meals
  • The tray may slant toward the child
  • Not suitable for older toddlers
  • Requires two people to strap in an active baby

Dining out with your baby can be a hassle. That’s where the Ciao! Baby Portable High Chair shines—its effortless setup makes mealtime a breeze, even when you’re far from home. Collapsibility is a core feature, reducing the chair to a manageable size, akin to a camp chair, that you can stow in your car, ready for your next adventure.

Portability is a key concern when traveling with babies. This chair’s lightweight build means you won’t have to carry extra weight, allowing for spontaneous picnics or seaside snacks without the strain.

Safety is paramount, and while this chair ticks the box with its harness, it’s important to note the tray’s angle, which might cause dishes to slide. It’s also tailored to the younger audience; your growing toddler may outgrow it faster than you’d hope.

Securing the wriggly ones alone can be challenging, but once they’re in, you are all set for a relaxed meal with a view.

10. Chicco FastLock Hook-On Chair

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This Chicco FastLock Hook-On Chair is a great addition for families on the move, combining portability, ease of cleaning, and the eco-friendly approach you value.

  • Attachable to a wide range of tables and counters with secure grip to stay in place
  • Fabric is made from recycled plastics, making it an eco-conscious choice
  • Folds flat, facilitating storage and making it very travel-friendly
  • Might not fit every table design, especially thicker ones
  • Rubberized feet and clamps could potentially mark delicate surfaces without proper care
  • At 5 pounds, it might be slightly heavy for some to carry around frequently

When you’re out and about, it can be a hassle to find a safe, clean spot for your little one to enjoy a meal. This is where the Chicco FastLock Hook-On Chair shines. It latches onto most tables in seconds, ensuring your child is snug and right up against the table with the rest of the family.

Its smart design caters to the needs of busy parents who yearn for convenience without compromising on safety.

Eco-friendly initiatives are increasingly important, and the Chair aligns with this vision. It offers an environmentally responsible choice by opting for fabrics derived from recycled plastics.

The simplicity of maintenance, with a wipeable and machine-washable seat pad, adds to its practicality. Post-mealtime spills won’t become a permanent feature of your day.

The ease in which it collapses down to a compact form factor makes the Chair ideal for storage at home or in a car. You’ll appreciate how straightforward it is to bring along to restaurants, visits to family, or even vacations.

Affordable, sturdy, and with a thoughtful design, this hook-on high chair supports your dynamic lifestyle seamlessly.

11. Fader Baby High Chair

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If convenience and safety are top priorities for your little one’s dining experiences while traveling, the Fader Baby High Chair could be your go-to option.

  • Strong weight-bearing capacity suitable for ages 6-36 months
  • Foldable and portable, ideal for on-the-go families
  • Equipped with a secure 5-point safety belt
  • Material may not be as soft as some desire
  • Not suitable for glass or uneven tables
  • Dry clean only, which could be inconvenient

When it comes to feeding your baby while away from home, comfort and safety are key. This high chair attaches firmly to a variety of table surfaces, ensuring a secure seat for your child.

It’s also designed with portability in mind, folding down conveniently for travel or storage. Its sturdy alloy steel construction can support children weighing up to 40 pounds, lending peace of mind to you during meal times.

Equipped with a 5-point safety belt, this chair keeps your little one safely in place, which is essential in any busy household or restaurant.

Also, the water-resistant fabric makes clean-up from inevitable spills a breeze. Moreover, this chair is easy to assemble, saving precious time for parents who are already juggling a million tasks.

An important factor to consider is the chair’s compatibility with your dining setting. It’s not designed for use with glass or uneven table surfaces, so make sure your typical dining spots can accommodate this seat.

Additionally, the fabric, while durable, is not the softest against baby’s skin and requires dry cleaning, which might be a factor if you’re after convenience or have a particularly messy eater.

In sum, the Fader Baby High Chair is a robust, portable option for families who are often on the move. It blends the practical need for a safe, washable space for your child to eat with the convenience of portability, providing a reliable dining solution for parents and comfort for your child.

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Which Type Of Portable Chair Is For You?

I have compiled the most common portable kids’ travel chair questions and will give you the answers! First things first, there are a few different  types of travel chairs to take into consideration

1. Travel High Chair

This is the part of a highchair that the child sits in without the legs. It sits on the top of a chair with your child strapped in.

2. Foldable Booster Seat

This type of travel baby chair also attaches to a seat; It can also be used as a general seat and for eating. The booster conveniently folds down for travel ease.

3. Clamp-On Seat

This type of chair bolts onto the table’s edge, with the seat in mid-air. Totally safe, of course!

High Chair Safety & Aspects To Look For

Safety features.

Your child’s safety is paramount. Look for a sturdy build and a strong harness system—ideally a five-point harness—and check for stability to prevent tipping.

Portability & Size

Consider how easy it is to carry the chair when folded. Lightness and compactness are key for travel.

Ease of Cleaning

You’ll want a high chair that is easy to clean. Look for smooth surfaces with fewer crevices and, if possible, removable and machine-washable covers.


Opt for a chair with adjustable trays and height settings to accommodate your growing child and varying table heights.


Make sure the portable high chair fits various table types and sizes. It should attach securely to most dining surfaces.

High Chairs And Boosters FAQs

When you’re planning to dine out with your little one, having the right portable high chair can make all the difference. Find answers to common questions below to pick the perfect travel companion for your infant or toddler’s mealtime.

What are the top-rated portable high chairs for infants when dining out?

The Ciao! Baby Portable Travel High Chair and the Summer Infant Pop and Sit Portable Highchair are highly praised by parents. They offer reliability and convenience, making them top picks for dining on the go.

How do hook-on high chairs compare to traditional travel high chairs?

Hook-on high chairs attach directly to the table, saving floor space and encouraging family dining experiences. They tend to be more compact than traditional travel high chairs, but always ensure the table is sturdy enough to support them.

Are there portable high chair options suitable for older toddlers?

Yes, there are portable high chairs designed to grow with your child, such as the Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat. They often have adjustable height settings to accommodate older toddlers.

What should I look for in a travel high chair to ensure it’s safe and comfortable?

Prioritize a travel high chair with a sturdy frame, secure harness, and ample padding. Also, look for one with easy-to-clean surfaces for a hygienic dining experience for your child.

Can compact foldable high chairs be as sturdy and reliable as full-sized ones?

Absolutely. Many compact foldable high chairs are designed with strong materials and stable designs. The Joovy Nook High Chair is one example known for combining compact folding with sturdiness.

What are some lightweight high chair alternatives for on-the-go meal times?

For something even lighter, consider the My Little Seat Travel Highchair or a fabric seat harness that can attach to regular chairs. These options are not only featherlight but also fold down, small enough to fit in your diaper bag.

There you have it. Now, you have the best high chair options for your upcoming travels.

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Best highchairs for babies and toddlers: perfect for weaning and beyond

Highchairs provide a safe space for a baby or toddler when they’re old enough to eat sitting upright, but too young to sit securely on a full-sized chair. After three months of research and testing, here are the eight best highchairs available to buy.

By Rachel Jeffcoat | Last updated Feb 29, 2024

baby in highchair

It seems like only yesterday you were shopping around for the best breast pump or baby bottles for feeding your little one, now they're ready to graduate to sitting at the table and eating solid foods. But there's more to weaning than just making sure there's an Ella's pouch in your changing bag at all times, and thankfully Mumsnetters are on hand to help you navigate this messy time.

While it may just seem like just a place to pop your child while they eat, there's more to what makes the best highchair than just how it looks. Parents want one that is easy to clean after messy mealtimes - because food will get into every little nook and cranny! - as well as straps that are safe and a good size tray. But there are a host of other extra features that you can look out for too.

Equally useful for six-month-olds trying solid food for the first time and wriggly toddlers needing a place to eat without distractions, highchairs come in a variety of sizes, functionalities and prices. To find the best highchairs, our parent tester put some of the UK's top-rated models thoroughly through their paces with the help of her nine-month-old and two-year-old. Over a period of several months, she tested each highchair rigorously for safety, stability, ease-of-assembly, day-to-day use, aesthetics, how easy to clean and value for money.

We also consulted the Mumsnet forums - the largest online network of UK parents - for advice on which products they recommend and use with their own children, as well as seeking out expert advice from the NHS on what to look for in a highchair. Here are the best highchairs UK 2024 as tried, tested and trusted by real parents.

Best highchairs UK 2024: at a glance

Stokke Tripp Trapp

IKEA Antilop

Cybex Gold LEMO

Stokke Tripp Trapp Highchair

Comes in three wood types and 14 colourways – means it'll suit every kitchen design

Five-point harness

Exceptionally high quality, detail-oriented chair designed for longevity

Doesn’t recline (without the newborn bouncer) or fold away

Almost every feature except the chair frame itself is sold separately, at some cost

Wood cleans less easily than plastic or metal

Price on writing: From £215 | Type: Solid wooden chair with plastic baby seat attachments and tray | Materials: Beech, oak or ash wood; BPA-free plastics | Extras: £109 ( newborn set ); £59 ( baby set ); £63 ( tray ); £36 ( harness ); £42 ( highchair cushion ) | Suitable from: Birth | Harness: Sold separately | Wheels?: No

Tried and tested by parents: Read our full Stokke Tripp Trapp review

An almost 50-year-old classic, the robust and intelligently designed Stokke Tripp Trapp continues to perform well for kids of any age. Solidly constructed from high-quality wood and available in a dizzying array of colours, the Tripp Trapp is a firm favourite on our forums – especially second-hand.

It can be used with the newborn set from birth, the baby set from six months (sitting unaided) and after three years or 15kg until adulthood and beyond, so it's great if you need a piece of furniture that will last and can be used by every member of the family. We also like that the tray is dishwasher-safe for particularly messy mealtimes! It's expensive but with a thriving second-hand market you should get a high resale value when you're finished with it.

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Three-point lap harness

Smooth plastic shape is easy to wipe clean and dishwasher-safe

Can be disassembled easily for travel or storage

No adjustability in height, tray distance or seat angle

Simple no-frills aesthetic (with no other colours available) – might not suit every taste

Price on writing: £28| Type: Moulded plastic chair with plastic detachable tray and steel click-in legs |  Materials: BPA-free plastic and steel | Suitable from:  Able to sit unaided - 3 years | Harness: Yes | Wheels?:  No

Tried and tested by parents: Read our full IKEA Antilop review

As reliable as it is ubiquitous, in our extensive tests the IKEA Antilop excelled, living up to its reputation as the king of all highchairs. While it may not look like anything special, our Mumsnet users rave about this highchair for being budget-friendly, functional and easy to clean up after mealtimes.

The smooth plastic seat and steel click-in legs are designed for quick assembly – just two minutes! It's lightweight and stable so you can easily take it apart to take away with you, however, at less than the cost of your monthly nappy bill, you can afford to buy one for Grandma too. If you need more than one, they easily stack up so they don't get in the way, and you can also buy the ANTILOP cushion for making it more comfortable for your little one. One of the only downsides is it is not intended to last beyond toddlerhood or 15kg, so it has a limited lifespan.

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Cybex Gold LEMO Highchair

Transitional-style chair – can be used from birth with a baby bouncer attachment, from six months with a baby set, and indefinitely as a chair after three years or 15kg

Comes in six colours

Easy to clean

Bouncer, baby set and tray all need to be purchased separately or as a set

Assembly requires screws and an allen key; disassembly isn’t a convenient option.

One of the most expensive chairs we tested

Price on writing : £195 | Type: Aluminium-framed chair with plastic or wooden seating area and footrest | Materials: Aluminium; BPA-free plastic or ash wood | Extras: £200 ( newborn bouncer ); £40 ( Harness ) | Suitable from: Birth | Harness: Sold separately | Wheels?:  No

Tried and tested by parents : Read our full Cybex Lemo Highchair review

Packed with thoughtful design features, the elegant Cybex Lemo makes for a stylish and functional addition to your kitchen space. With its aluminium frame, smooth plastic or wooden seat, and sophisticated colour options, the Lemo is a statement piece in its own right. We think this highchair will be great for parents who want a chair that will complement their kitchen design.

The chair alone can only be used from the age of three, so you may want to consider getting the 4-in-1 package, which also includes a baby set (an insert and tray) for when your baby can sit up, and a bouncer nest suitable from birth. The seat height, footrest height and seat depth are all fully and independently adjustable and Cybex say the seat can be used up to the age of 99, so it will last through childhood and beyond.

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Chicco Pocket Snack Highchair

Adjustable height and tray distance – means the chair continues to fit as your child grows

Attaching to a chair rather than a table means more flexibility when travelling away from home

Folds down compactly

Bright plastic aesthetic not to everyone’s taste

Can’t be used without an adult dining chair to hold it – not convenient for everyone’s dining situation

Seat doesn't recline

Price on writing: £25 | Type: Plastic booster seat with tray that attaches to adult chair with straps | Materials: BPA-free plastics; canvas straps | Suitable from:  6 months+ | Harness: Yes | Wheels?:  No

Tried and tested by parents: Read our full Chicco Pocket Snack Highchair review

Family favourites Chicco have come up trumps with this flexible, compact booster seat for travel. Attached to your dining room chair with two robust straps, the Chicco Pocket Snack folds down to handbag size and even has a shoulder strap for easy transportation.

It can be used from six months (sitting unaided) to about three years or 15kg, with a three point harness for making sure your child sits safely. You can choose from four colourways to suit your tastes and we love how functional it is, with a dishwasher-safe tray and easy-to-clean plastic seat so post meal clean-ups are nice and quick. This is a really handy chair if you spend time at other people’s houses with no highchairs or you want a flexible solution that takes up no additional floor space.

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Best highchairs UK: the best of the rest

Stokke steps: multi-functional but pricey.

We have a Stokke Steps and LOVE it! It looks stylish, It’s easy to clean and has a foot rest. Highly recommend!


Stokke Steps Highchair

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Mountain Buggy Pod: Portable but doesn't fit every table

We have the Mountain Buggy one for use away from home - it’s brilliant. A little big for our eight-month-old still but it works fine.


Mountain Buggy Pod

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Oribel Cocoon: Versatile but can get messy

We had the Oribel Cocoon. It was brilliant, so sturdy, height adjustable and it will recline if you need to keep your baby out of the way of the dogs while you cook and they nap or something.


Oribel Cocoon Highchair

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Chicco Polly: Great for multi-use but bulky

If you are dead keen to have your baby at the table in a high chair, I would look for a secondhand Chicco Polly Magic. I got one on eBay for not much and it was fab. Could recline right back or you can add the toy arch. Was invaluable with a wee one and a toddler for meal times. We passed it onto a friend as the use of it is pretty short lived and then they passed it on also. Once weaning, I got the cheap Ikea one .


Chicco Polly Magic Relax

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Mamas & Papas Juice: Good for cleaning, bad for floor space

I bought the Mamas & Papas Juice when it was on offer to have at mine and the seat is amazing, really easy to clean but a complete pain in the backside as the legs don't fold.


Mamas & Papas Juice

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Joie Mimzy Snacker: Easy to handle, tricky to clean

I had a Mimzy highchair and it was fab, but it was recommended to me as little one has hip dysplasia and its really wide. It could be a pain to clean but all the padding comes off and goes in the washing machine which I used to do once a week (normally Sunday after dinner and then it would be dry by Monday dinner time after nursery).


Joie Mimzy Snacker Highchair

Why buy a highchair?

Highchairs are a safe and supportive place for your baby to eat before they’re old and tall enough to sit on an adult-sized dining chair. Most come with a plastic tray so your baby can see and reach their food easily – especially useful when first weaning .

As child nutritionist Charlotte Stirling-Reed says, sitting your child at your eye level and at (or close to) the rest of the family at mealtimes aids their development.

“Babies often learn what and how to eat by watching their parents and siblings eat too”, she says. “It’s more likely that they will happily accept foods that they see you gobbling up yourself.”

For older babies and toddlers, a familiar chair often signals ‘mealtimes’ to them, allowing them to eat free from distraction and out of harm’s way.

How long will I need a highchair for?

Although some of the chairs we tested had extra accessories making them suitable for smaller babies, children should only use a highchair to eat once they’re able to sit unaided.

Charlotte Stirling-Reed advises, “Baby needs to be sitting in an upright position and should easily be able to hold their head and neck steady. Always sit with your baby when offering foods, especially finger foods.”

The life-span of your chair will depend on the type of model you choose, as some are intended to be used throughout childhood and beyond (see section below). You’re likely to find a chair with a tray essential from first weaning up to the age of three.

Then, depending on the size and independence of your child, you may want to switch to a booster seat on an adult chair. Many multifunctional and transitional highchairs adjust in height, so you can bring the chair right up to the table.

How much does a highchair cost?

It varies tremendously with brand and functionality. A budget highchair, including this year’s winner, the IKEA Antilop, will set you back somewhere between £10 to £50. A multifunctional option will usually be in the £50 to £150 price range. A transitional one can be anything between £150 to £300+. A travel chair should really stay under £50 if it’s to be cost-effective.

What to look for in a highchair

The relevant safety directive to look out for is EU directive EN 14988:2017, which specifically sets out standards for children’s highchairs.

We asked Charlotte Stirling-Reed what features bewildered first-time parents might watch out for, here are her top tips:

The height of the seat back (so it will support your child as they sit)

The robustness of the safety harness (is it three-point or five? Does it seem secure when attached?)

How solidly the tray is attached to the chair when in place

How easy it is to clean

Does it have a footrest (to help your child avoid slumping in the chair)

How to choose the best highchair:

Highchairs have come a long way in the last couple of decades as companies have begun to apply intelligent design to baby equipment. There are several broad types on the market, so consider which functions are important to you before making your choice.

1. Budget highchairs

At the inexpensive end of the spectrum are the budget chairs. These tend to be standalone highchairs (intended to be used by themselves using a plastic tray, instead of being pulled up to a table), short on adjustability features and elaborate design – favouring instead a functional simplicity that often, incidentally, means they’re much easier to clean.

Indeed, they can still tick all the essential boxes without the added extras and loads of Mumsnet users will tell you that you don't need to spend much on a highchair to make it worth your while. Our Best for award went to the IKEA Antilop, which was also the cheapest on the list.

2. Multi-functional highchairs

A multifunctional highchair is a step-up in functionality and price. It has been designed to include features that make life easier or that adjust the chair to suit your child.

Multifunctional chairs usually include adjustable seat height options, reclining seat backs, trays that can move between several different positions, extra tray inserts to save on washing up or under-seat toy storage baskets. Single-stem highchairs, which stand on one leg instead of four, even rotate 360 degrees as well as adjust in height.

Multifunctional options might also include newborn accessories so you can use the chair before six months, or have a removable tray so the chair converts from a standalone chair to a table-side one. They usually fold away and often stand when folded for easier storage, and come with luxuriously padded cushions, which are comfortable for your baby to sit on but are crumb magnets for any dropped food.

A multifunctional chair might be a good choice if you want to adjust the chair to fit your baby or sit at your table, if you prefer a more comfortable cushion or if you know you’ll want to fold it away when you’re not using it.

3. Transitional highchairs

These are the big guns of the group – the chairs intended to last as standalone models in babyhood and then convert to table-side models that can be used in toddlerhood, childhood and even beyond.

As a result, they are usually crafted from sturdy, high-end materials, are intentionally designed to look elegant and minimalist, and come with a range of design options so you’ll want to stick with it long-term.

They are also, of course, the most expensive – and be aware that, in this group in particular, you’ll need to pay extra for everything except the chair frame itself (including newborn accessories, baby seats, trays and even safety harnesses), so make sure this is included in your budget.

The good news is that, because these chairs last so well, there’s a thriving second-hand market on eBay and Facebook Marketplace, where you can sell yours on or pick up a used model for a fraction of the cost.

4. Travel highchairs

These ensure that your child always has somewhere safe and age-appropriate to eat when they’re not at home – whether that’s at a grandparent’s house, a friend’s, or away on holiday – although many are designed so well that people use them at home too.

Most travel highchairs either attach to an adult dining chair as a chair-mounted booster or clip onto the table edge (sometimes called a hook-on or clip-on highchair) like a vice. In both cases, you need suitable furniture to make it work – though, anecdotally, the chair-attaching kind fit more universally than the table-attaching kind.

It’s a good idea to read up on their specs before choosing one to make sure you’ll be able to use it safely. It’s helpful when travel chairs collapse to a portable size and many come with their own carry cases or shoulder straps to help with this.

They might also be a good choice if your child spends regular time at a relative’s house but the relative doesn’t have space for a full-time chair, if you know they’ll eat better on holiday in a chair made for them, or if your kitchen is small and you want something that won’t take up any extra floor space.

Which brand high chair is best?

We like the Stokke Tripp Trapp the best out of all the highchairs we researched - and with a second highchair, the Stokke Steps , also in our round-up, we think the title of best overall highchair brand is well-deserved. It looks stylish, you can use it from birth and with almost 50 years of use, it has certainly stood the test of time.

How we chose our recommendations

To help us find the best highchairs, we started by thoroughly researching the products currently on the market. We commissioned Rachel Jeffcoat, a writer and mum of three, to research and review the top highchairs out there. As a parent to an eight-, six- and two-year-old, Rachel has years of experience using a wide variety of baby equipment, from baby toys to stair gates and everything in between. As a writer, she’s written extensively on parenthood, including our last round of double buggy and stair gate reviews .

Rachel spent 16 hours researching the current highchair market. She investigated new innovations and safety directives, gathered impassioned recommendations from the Mumsnet forums , listed Amazon and Mothercare bestsellers, and grilled an expert in the field – Charlotte Stirling-Reed, a qualified child nutrition consultant who represents The Nutrition Society and the Association for Nutrition as a spokesperson.

How real life comparative testing makes Mumsnet Reviews unique

While all product reviews are subjective to some degree, we want our recommendations to come from months of real-life use and like-for-like comparison. For that reason we use a single tester, who judges one product against another in their own kitchen.

For this category, Rachel partnered with Katrĩna, who has a nine-month-old baby and a 33-month-old toddler to juggle at mealtimes, so was able to put all our products through their paces over the course of three months.

Each chair was used for both children (where appropriate), for three meals a day, every day for at least a week. The products were scored on six areas: purchase and assembly, safety and stability, day-to-day usage, cleanliness, aesthetics and value for money.

Five products were then awarded a Mumsnet Best badge – these are the products that we feel offer the best value for most parents. We also gave honourable mentions to three others.

After collating the feedback and scores, the results are ready. Here are the best highchairs suitable for babies and toddlers.

Why you should trust us

All Mumsnet product reviews are written by real parents. We work hard to provide honest and independent advice you can trust – brands can’t pay to be featured in our articles or win a Mumsnet Best award.

We spend hours researching, speaking to parents, analysing data and listening to experts before we test out the products on our shortlist.

Transparency is really important to us and that's why we're always upfront about how we tested the products we recommend. We won't always recommend the cheapest products, or the ones with the most extra features. We write about products that we feel offer the best value to most parents – the one's we'd recommend to our own friends and family.

There's no incentive for us to be lazy with our research or in our testing process. There's no reason for us to respond to pressure from retailers or brands trying to promote new products. It's actually quite the opposite and we think it's a good system, one that keeps us focused on making parents lives' easier.

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The 11 Best Travel High Chairs If Your Take Your Kid Out for Meals Often

The portability will make feeding baby — sometimes a fraught endeavor to begin with — a bit easier.

carrying a travel high chair, toddler sitting in chicco quickseat hook on chair

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If you've never bought one before, you're probably overwhelmed by all of the options and don't know how to determine which travel high chair is best for you — but don't worry, we have you covered. They're a great thing to add to your registry because of their more affordable price point, and they make a great gift for new parents if you're shopping.

The Best Travel High Chairs

  • Best Overall: Cozy Seat Cover
  • Best Budget Soft Seat: Nuby Travel Seat
  • Easiest to Set Up: Chicco Travel Seat
  • Great Silicone Placemat: PandaEar Travel Seat
  • Most Stable for Baby: Ingenuity 2-in-1

What to Consider

Buying a travel high chair isn't a huge task, but there are a few things that you should look at when you're considering buying one. First and foremost, take into account portability , how easy it is to clean, and cost.


You want a travel high chair that's lightweight, easy to fold, and easy to stow away. If it doesn't travel well, is it even a travel high chair? We don't think so. Some come with a carrying bag, some have a strap for easy travel, and some fold up tight for small spaces.


Cleaning fabric on high chairs can be a pain. Is it machine-washable ? Thankfully, most travel high chairs are a cinch to clean. The more parts involved, obviously, the trickier cleaning it is, so keep that in mind if you're going to be using it a lot.

You could go with a classic high chair that attaches directly to a table, with arms that serve as cantilevers to hold the baby up safely. You can also opt for booster-style seats that strap onto a regular chair at a restaurant or someone's home.

Another option is pop-out foldable boosters, which are suited best for older children who don't need as much lift to get to the table. Rounding out the list are travel high chairs that are compact versions of the real deal. These are generally made with rugged nylon and aluminum posts and conveniently fold up like an umbrella.

How We Chose

We chose these high chairs based on extensive testing and real-parent reviews. We compared prices, materials, and overall quality to determine usefulness, durability, and value. We put them through their paces with several young and messy humans, and these are the best. Check out these picks if you're shopping for travel high chairs.

Cozy Cover The Original Easy Seat Portable High Chair

The Original Easy Seat Portable High Chair

Have a washing machine? Have a baby over six months or a toddler up to 35 pounds who wiggles a ton? Like to eat out and need a place to keep them contained? Meet the Cozy Cover Easy Seat.

It has a five-point removable harness for babies and a three-point strap for toddlers, and it just slides over a chair, secures at the bottom, and then you're off to the races. It comes with its own cover that is machine-washable (which is the biggest benefit that parents love about it), but they also remark on how durable it is. This chair can really take some abuse.

The only downside is that it doesn't work on all seats. Our tester noted that low backs on chairs or chairs of odd shapes don't work as well.

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Nuby Easy Go Safety Lightweight Travel High Chair Booster Seat

Easy Go Safety Lightweight Travel High Chair Booster Seat

This is a toddler seat designed for kids from nine months to 55 pounds. It can be secured to most chairs, but it doesn't fold as compactly as a slip model. That's not to say it's not compact —you can easily fit this in a standard Skip Hop diaper bag — but it's just a little bit bulkier.

Another great little option is that the high-density foam seat can be removed for comfort. It features a wipe-clean oil and water-resistant fabric, and a three-point harness. It’s a great travel high chair and it’s nice to have “just in case” in your trunk or under your stroller.

Even when we repeatedly used Lysol wipes on this chair while testing it out, the slick finish of the seat remained strong and unwarped. Lysol wipes can deteriorate finishes — and they didn't on this one.

Summer Infant Pop ‘n Sit Portable Travel High Chair

 Pop ‘n Sit Portable Travel High Chair

We get that a camp-style chair just doesn't cut it sometimes — so if you're on the hunt for one with a hard tray, this is the one for you.

It's good for babies six months or up to 35 pounds, and the fabric is removable and machine-washable.

It all folds up into a carrying case just slightly larger than an umbrella, save the tray. This chair has a fun zippered pocket on the side to hold whatever you want like plastic cutlery and wipes.

Parents love how much legroom this model has. It's good for chunky baby thighs or bulky sweatsuits. Plus, pretty much everyone loves the cheerful fabric and the grippy bottoms of the feet for stability.

Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat Travel High Chair

Pocket Snack Booster Seat Travel High Chair

You can be on the go or just in your dining room with this Pocket snack booster seat from Chicco. It folds completely flat, and it has a carrying strap. So no matter where you are or where you're going, you'll have a place for your baby.

Chicco made this utterly washable, multi-height position chair with a removable tray so that it works as a booster as well. Suitable for babies from when they can sit up unassisted to 50 pounds. And the easy 3-point harness? It takes a ton of effort to get it gunked up. (Our testers said not even grits could take it down!

Fisher-Price Healthy Care Deluxe Washable Booster Seat Travel High Chair

Healthy Care Deluxe Washable Booster Seat Travel High Chair

If you are a major fan of Lysol or Clorox wipes , this is the travel high chair for you.

It's not as compact as some of the others, though it does fold up. But the whole thing can be wiped down easily. The straps are even easy to clean. Plus, it stays clean, thanks to having such few spaces for food to get trapped in.

And it is meant for the long haul. Two different tray options click together for storage: One is plain and flat and the other is portioned out. It goes from a high back travel high chair and also transforms into a booster, giving it a second life. It can be used for babies from six months old until they no longer need it.

Chicco QuickSeat Hook-On Travel High Chair

QuickSeat Hook-On Travel High Chair

Chicco is good at making it easy for parents to remove their product covers for washing — and the Quick Seat is no different. With the unsnapping of just a few snaps, it's off and ready for the machine in a jiff.

It's suitable for babies from six months or up to 37 pounds, and the generously sized tray is also super easy to clean.

But that's not even the best part. Most claw-style chairs use some sort of twist or crank to attach them to the table. Not the Chicco — it does it with just a pull of a cinch in the back, making it the easiest travel high chair to set up by a mile.

And that's the biggest reason people love this chair: There's no guesswork. Users note they can hold the baby in one hand and easily get the seat attached using their other hand and their hip. (Your hip becomes a third hand when you're parenting a baby, it's true.)

PandaEar Portable Baby Seat Travel High Chair

Portable Baby Seat Travel High Chair

This product came as a personal recommendation from a few parents. It's a great option because it folds up tiny when you're not using it.

The chair itself is made of typical camp chair material that's easy to clean off. The tray has this wonderful silicone placemat that fits inside that you throw in your dishwasher. You could even throw the entire thing on the porch and hose it down with some dish soap.

Ingenuity Baby Base 2-in-1 Booster Feeding and Floor Travel High Chair

Baby Base 2-in-1 Booster Feeding and Floor Travel High Chair

You get a lot of mileage out of this travel high chair that also happens to double as a baby floor seat . It's a soft seat molded to help keep the baby in a comfortable seated position with a removable dining tray and straps to affix it to the seat at a restaurant or home.

It has a luxe feel and keeps babies from wiggling around so much while they eat. It's sort of like a hug around the lower torso and legs, rooting them into the seat. Think of any assisted-sitting chair, and this is a little like that, but not quite as high-backed.

It's easy to clean thanks to the non-porous surface, and though it would be better if it were easier to carry around, it's overall a great product.

Ciao! Baby Camping Travel High Chair

Camping Travel High Chair

If you go camping, spend a lot of time outside, or just want an ultra-light, collapsible high chair that doesn't need a table and chairs, this is our favorite .

This chair has a five-point harness, so it can be used for babies as soon as they can sit up on their own. It's made of a vinyl-coated canvas, which means it can easily be sprayed off with a hose, wiped clean with a cloth, or sprayed down with your favorite cleaning spray. It also has a cup holder for babies, which may not completely prevent them from flinging their bottle, but it may help. It collapses into a small bag and only weighs about eight pounds.

Users note that this is the perfect choice for the beach, the woods, or the backyard, thanks to the fabric's ease of cleanup and durability. It's an outdoor fabric, and it can take a beating.

Phil & Teds Lobster Clip-On Travel High Chair

Lobster Clip-On Travel High Chair

More than a few parents use this narrow travel high chair as their everyday high chair. It's suitable for use from six months or up to 37 pounds, and because it takes up such little room, it can be a great option for smaller spaces.

The chair itself is extremely durable. The cover is machine-washable and the tray is dishwasher-safe. The only drawback of this chair is that it doesn't work with round tables or glass.

Parents love how small it is, fitting well in tight kitchens. They also love how easy it is to attach, noting that the clasps are simple and durable.

Baby Delight Go with Me Venture Travel High Chair

Go with Me Venture Travel High Chair

Your child can start using this chair starting at 3 months of age, and they can use it virtually until second or third grade or until they reach 75 pounds. It’s not just a high chair or camp chair with a canopy — it’s also a beach chair for kids .

It has a five-point harness, removable tray, and cup holder, but the sneaky part is that the whole top piece and footrest come off to make it into a shaded chair for your kids.

Even better, the entire thing fits into a sling bag, and the extremely durable polyester can be hosed or wiped off easily.

Wiggly-butt babies have something to push against with the footrest, and you can rest easy knowing it’s safe and stable because they’re so close to the ground.

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15 best high chairs for easy mealtimes with your baby

best high chairs

Munchkin 360° Cloud Baby High Chair

Hauck Sit N Relax 3 in 1 Highchair

Hauck Sit N Relax 3 in 1 Highchair

Puggle Munch Crunch Luxe 3 in 1 Highchair & Booster Seat

Puggle Munch Crunch Luxe 3 in 1 Highchair & Booster Seat

Maxi Cosi Minla

Maxi-Cosi Minla


Stokke Nomi High Chair

Silver Cross Buffet Highchair

Silver Cross Buffet Highchair


Ergobaby Evolve 3-in-1 Highchair

Tutti Bambini Nova Evolution

Tutti Bambini Nova Evolution Highchair

Chicco Polly Magic Relax

Chicco Polly Magic Relax

Joie Baby multiply 6in1 reviewx

Joie Baby Multiply 6 in 1 Highchair

Joie Mimzy Snacker 2 in 1 Highchair

Joie Mimzy Snacker 2 in 1 Highchair


My Babiie Samantha Faiers Safari Premium Highchair

Babymoov Slick Highchair

Babymoov Slick Highchair


Kinderkraft Feeding chair LIVY + CALMEE

Childhome Evolu One.80 Chair

Childhome Evolu One 80 Highchair

Stokke Tripp Trapp Highchair

Stokke Tripp Trapp Highchair

Beaba Up u0026amp; Down Highchair

Beaba Up + Down Highchair

Your baby is likely to spend a lot of time in their highchair – not only when they're eating, but as a safe place to sit and colour or play when they're a little older – making choosing the best highchair an important decision. You might want a functional seat for mealtimes or a more sophisticated piece of furniture, that maybe even matches your room decor, and will grow with your child. Either way, finding the best highchair is worth it as the more comfortable your child is, the more likely they are to enjoy mealtimes.

Whether they're weaning at 6 months , doing arts and crafts, or simply enjoying their time at the table with everyone, this essential piece of equipment can come in very handy from a young age. They come in a range of materials, depending on your style and needs, including plastic and wooden.

The best highchairs at a glance: • Best overall highchair: Munchkin 360° Cloud Baby High Chair - Buy now on Argos • Best highchair for newborns: Silver Cross Buffet Highchair - Buy now on Silver Cross • Best highchair with toy bar : Chicco Polly Magic Relax - Buy now on Kiddies Kingdom • Best stylish highchair: My Babiie Samantha Faiers Safari Premium Highchair - Buy now on Boots • Best multi-use high chair : Kinderkraft Feeding chair LIVY & CALMEE - Buy now on Kinderkraft

You're going to be looking at this piece of baby kit for a few years, so make sure you love it! Think about where you're going to use it too, and how the design will work in that space. For example, a chair with wide legs will be fine if it sits behind the dining table, but if it's in a busy part of the kitchen, you're likely to stub your toes on it. And if you intend to use the highchair between meals for playtime activities like drawing or messy play , opt for one with a large tray or one that can be positioned at the dining table so that your baby has plenty of space to get creative and importantly, consider if it's easy to clean. Also think about how easy it is to move from room to room and consider if it can fit in different spaces.

Highchairs are an essential, and very useful, item for babies. Your little one will love sitting at the table to join in family meal times, as well as being able to use their highchair for craft activities or colouring, plus they are a safe and secure place too. If your little one joins you at the dinner table they could fall off of, or tip, an adult chair, so a highchair is much safer. There are a lot of highchairs that grow with your child too, so they can be a great investment, although there are high chairs suitable for all budgets.

With so many different models to choose from, including adjustable and cheap highchairs ; some even double up as baby bouncers or reclining to hold your newborn, we've created this handy guide to help you choose the best highchair for you, your baby, and your kitchen.

How to choose a baby high chair

Ultimately, it is up to you when it comes to choosing a high chair, but it is good to consider what you might like. There are so many different styles and types and you need to narrow down what is important for you and your family. For instance, if you want a high chair that fits your decor, there are some great, stylish high chairs on the market. Alternatively, perhaps you are interested in a high chair which grows with your child, because many can become seats as your little one matures. If you want your little one to join you at the table but also at the breakfast bar and perhaps the work top too, then height adjustability is important.

If you just want to ensure your little one is safe then look at the safety features such as how sturdy it is and what type of harness it has too. If the high chair has wheels that might make it easy to move from room to room, but check they can be locked.

What to look for in a high chair

Age suitability:  Always check what age the highchair is suitable for. Many can be used from birth, while others are only suitable from six months when they start weaning. We've included age suitability in our round-up.

Space:  If you only have a small kitchen or dining area, you'll want to choose a highchair that can be stored away and folded compactly. We've included the dimensions in our top picks.

Cleaning:  As mums, we know how messy our tots can be. So for many parents, it's important to find a high chair that's easy to clean. We've included the materials in our list so you can see how easy it will be to keep clean.

Weight:  If you struggle to lift heavy things or want to move your highchair from room to room, it might be a good idea to get a lightweight chair or one with wheels.

Multi-function:  Many highchairs can now be converted into many styles of seats, from rockers to booster seats, catering for children as old as twelve! Looking for one that will grow with your child? Check how many functions it has.

Travelling  - If you're wanting to be able to take yours away with you when you travel, you might want to opt for a portable highchair that can be folded down for travelling purposes.

Portability - If your little one is using their high chair for both mealtimes and also perhaps for crafting, then consider how easy it is to move from room to room. Is it awkward to carry, or heavy? A high chair being used for multiple uses might need to be more portable.

Safety - Consider how safe the high chair is. Can it tip over if your little one pushes against the table, and does it have a safety harness or straps?

Height - You might want to consider if the height of the high chair is suitable for your table, or for multiple tables. You can also consider if it is adjustable, which could make it easier to use in different areas.

Support - Depending on the age of your little one, think about how much support the high chair provides. Can they rest their head? Has it got a high back? Perhaps it has a padded insert, or somewhere to rest their arms.

Price - High chairs vary a lot in price depending on the material they are made from, how adjustable they are, if they are multifunctional, and style too. Also consider how long you can use them for when deciding on budget and if they grow with your little one.

How we chose and tested the best high chairs

Our product recommendations are based on a combination of real-world testing from our burgeoning army of mum testers and the extensive knowledge of our experienced editorial team and product specialists. Where we can, we also consult experts who specialise in that field to ensure you get the right advice along with the right product, and we listen to what you say as well.

Our thriving mum community on our Facebook group  #mumtribe also often hold great insights as to which products mums really like best and why, helping us highlight the products that meet what you really want.

For the essential products, our annual  Mother&Baby Awards shortlist the top products tested, and you can find full reviews from our mum testers provided on the product page. The winners and runners-up for each category then will appear in our top picks article for that product, along with other products that were rated highly by our team.

Awards testers are asked to score the product they are reviewing in four areas: usability, design, quality and value for money. Each product is scored out of 10 with each of these areas in mind, and the final score determines which products make the coveted bronze, silver and gold spots in that product category.

Find out more about how we test and what considerations we take into account in our testing process.

How to safely use a high chair

Another factor that will be on top of your checklist will be the safety functions. Some highchairs will have harnesses to ensure your little one is secure, but if they don't, it's worth checking the safety features to prevent accidents, or look at the suggested guidelines from The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents . When choosing a pushchair, lots of designs will have additional benefits, from adjustable seats to the ability to convert the high chair into a chair for when your baby outgrows it. There are a few things parents should look out for when purchasing a highchair.

• Look out for the British Standard EN 14988:2006 safety standard mark.

• We all know how much babies and toddlers can wriggle. That's why it's important to choose a highchair with a 5-point safety harness, to keep them safe and secure.

•Check if the high chair has a crotch bar or strap to prevent baby sliding out.

•An adjustable or removable tray is a great safety feature because it means you can easily get baby out of the high chair if you need to.

When you are using a highchair don't put it too close to a table leg, or wall, where your little one might be able to push against it and tip the high chair backwards. Also, always make sure you have strapped your baby securely into their high chair and that you never leave them in it unattended.

Types of high chairs

There are so many different types of high chairs to choose from and they all have different benefits depending on what you need. We have listed the different types below:

• Foldable high chairs - These are great for small spaces because they can be folded up between each use. Plus, they can be folded if you need to take them somewhere, either on holiday or to stay with family.

• Portable high chair - This is a lightweight and compact option which often straps straight to the chair, so you can carry it easily when travelling or on the go.

• Reclining high chair - These are great if you use the highchair as a place for entertainment, or to put baby when you are preparing meals because you can have it more relaxed before meals, then upright when little one eats. The choice of angles makes the highchair more comfortable for a developing baby.

• Booster seat - Ideal for babies over 12 months, these are great to introduce the idea of sitting on a dining chair, but they boost your little one to bring them level with the table so they can eat comfortably and safely.

• Travel high chair - Compact to fold in your luggage, or carry easily, these can be tied or clipped to a chair in a restaurant to make mealtimes when travelling simple.

• Single stem high chair - These look very stylish and take up less space, plus often they feature a height adjustment option too.

• Convertible high chair - These grow with your little one, often being suitable from birth. They normally include a baby seat so your newborn can join you at the table, and can then be converted into a highchair suitable for older babies, and even toddlers.

• Space saver high chair - As the name suggests, these are great for small spaces and can be either folded away, or take up very little space.

• Adjustable height high chair - Brilliant for multiple uses, these chairs can be adjusted for different surfaces. So if your little one wants to craft on the the breakfast bar, then eat at the dining table it is easy with an adjustable height.

• Budget high chairs - Babies need lots of equipment and it can be expensive, but there are some great budget options for highchairs to keep costs low.

The best high chairs for 2024

1. munchkin 360° cloud baby high chair, best overall high chair.

Rrp: £ 237.32

The Munchkin 360° Cloud Baby High Chair was awarded Silver and Gold for Best Highchair  at the Mother&Baby Awards 2023 and 2024.

The Munchkin 360° Cloud Swivel High Chair is a sleek, stylish, yet functional highchair. The fantastically designed highchair is really easy to clean, and one review said it was 'super easy to set up'. This highchair is also packed with safety features which our tester loved, including a five-point harness to keep your wriggly kid in place, and a swivelling design which moves with you, was also a hit.

Not only is this highchair stylish, with its clear ergonomic seat and removable cushion and the chic wooden legs, it is comfortable, and has a dishwasher-safe tray.

One trusted reviewer said: "The chair was super easy to set up. It's so sleek and modern looking, and it looks great in our dining room. My son seemed to be comfortable in it too. The swivelling feature is really useful for us as we could face our little one in the direction we wanted with just one click of a button. The five-point harness system is very useful in containing the little one in the chair for mealtimes meaning I don't have to worry about him escaping or trying to climb out."

Read our full Munchkin 360° Cloud Baby High Chair review

  • 360° swivel feature
  • Dishwasher safe tray
  • Quick and easy to assemble with no tools required
  • Easy to clean surfaces and dishwasher safe tray
  • Five point harness system
  • Seat isn't padded
  • Foot rest isn't adjustable

2. Hauck Sit N Relax 3 in 1 Highchair

Best adjustable high chair.

Rrp: £ 199.95

The Hauck Sit N Relax 3 in 1 Highchair was awarded Silver for Best Highchair  at the Mother&Baby Awards 2024.

What an impressive highchair the Sit N Relax 3 in 1 Highchair combo is! It comes with a height-adjustable frame on which you can fix either the newborn attachment or the seat unit for older children. And what's more, we liked the newborn attachment with a toy bar that can also be fixed on the included bouncer frame.

Unfortunately, this isn't the easiest high chair to clean because of the fabric, but our tester thought the quality and build of the highchair was brilliant. It has the added bonus of being foldable and converts to a rocker. It is easy to assemble and is a great, safe space for children at meal times.

Our mum tester said: "As this is a 3 in 1 product the ease of transition as your baby grows is great. Both the highchair and rocker are great quality in terms of comfort as the materials used are lovely and soft. The build was straightforward once you know what you're doing. The tray table for the high chair is a great size for all plate/bowl sizes plus plenty of space for a cup too. It was easy to get the tray on and off too."

Read our full Hauck Sit N Relax 3 in 1 Highchair review.

  • Convertible
  • Suitable for newborns +
  • Isn't easy to clean - due to the fabric used

3. Puggle Munch Crunch Luxe 3 in 1 Highchair & Booster Seat

Best high and low high chair.

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The Puggle Munch Crunch Luxe 3 in 1 Highchair & Booster Seat was awarded Bronze for Best Highchair  at the Mother&Baby Awards 2024.

The Puggle Munch Crunch is a 3-in-1 highchair is suitable from 6 months to 15kg, which means it has a long lifespan, and grows from a baby to a toddler. Changing from a highchair to a booster, and then a low chair, it's unlikely you'll need another chair for your child. Our testers liked that the Munch Crunch is lightweight and super easy to assemble, for that added convenience for feeding and has a cushioned removable easy clean seat pad, perfect for those messy meals. However, it isn't foldable which can make it difficult for storage, or travelling.

Our mum tester said: "I would recommend this to a fellow parent because it is a good quality product. It is well made and easy to use. When it arrived it only took a few minutes to set up, the seat is smooth and comfortable for my baby, and the straps are very secure so felt she was safe. The colour and design is lovely too and fits in well with my kitchen."

Read our full Puggle Munch Crunch Luxe 3 in 1 Highchair & Booster Seat review.

  • Lightweight
  • Easily cleaned
  • Built in storage
  • Grows with your little one
  • Easily assembled
  • Not foldable

4. Maxi-Cosi Minla

Best modern high chair.

Rrp: £ 189.99

Won a Gold Award in the 2021 Mother&Baby Awards in the Best Highchair category

The Maxi-Cosi Minla has five recline, four tray, and nine height positions, more than many will need! It can be used as a highchair or a booster seat with a tray, which our reviewer loved, saying, 'I love the fact that the chair grows with baby'. She also liked how the seat can be used as a travel seat which connects to a dining chair. It is easy to clean, but the grey fabric does show marks quite easily. Maxi-Cosi can ensure a hassle-free clean up as Minla benefits from washable covers and a compact fold, although with its premium fabrics and stylish look, you won't want to put it away.

Our reviewer Jen says: "The product is very easy to clean. The cushion is wipe-clean without it being plastic feel (baby doesn't stick to it when sweaty), and it's great that you get a spare cushion so you can wash it. I also love the fact that the chair grows with baby, so you don't need to buy several different products. With the different settings, a small baby can use the chair (ie adults can have a hands-free dinner whilst baby lies in the chair), and an older child can also use the chair as a 'booster seat'. The seat can also be used as a travel seat, connecting to a dining chair. I also love the fact that the chair puts the child in a great sitting position with a footrest."

Read our full Maxi-Cosi Minla review

  • Compactly folds away
  • Easier to clean
  • Grey fabric may show marks more easily compared to other highchairs

5. Stokke Nomi High Chair

Best functional high chair.


The Stokke Nomi High Chair is suitable for newborns with the special attachment, although this must be purchased separately, which allows your baby to be at height level with the dinner table. It can easily be converted to a sturdy high chair with the baby attachment and we loved that it also functions as a  chair for toddlers  and older children.

The Stokke high chair is very stylish and will look great in most living spaces. But it is also really practical and is easy to use, especially when trying to get your little one in and out of the seat. Plus it is lightweight so easy to move from room to room.

Our parent tester said: "I feel that it hits all the pain-points that all parents are familiar with when it comes to meal times and high chairs, such as style, practicality and ease of use. It's usually a struggle trying to wrestle a strong-willed and wiggly toddler into a high chair, then having to strap them in, but with the Stokke Nomi that really isn't a problem as babies over six-months and toddlers can just slide into the seat easily"

Read our full Stokke Nomi High Chair review

  • Grows with child
  • Comfortable
  • Easy to build
  • Anti-tilt wheels
  • Harness for baby attachment needs to be purchased separately

6. Silver Cross Buffet Highchair

Best highchair for newborns.

The Silver Cross Buffet highchair is suitable for newborns onwards. So, whether you're starting your weaning journey, are in the thick of it, or simply want a chair for your newborn to lie fully reclined in, this chair seems to do it all. Our testers loved the colour options with a choice of Candy Pink or Cool Grey. Plus there is a detachable tray which comes with a dishwasher-safe tray divider. While the curved seat looks great, some testers found it a little tricky to get their child in and out. However, it does feature seven height positions which makes it incredibly versatile, whether you are at the table, the breakfast bar or any other surface in the house.

A verified reviewer said: "The highchair is beautifully designed with a stylish padded seat, and a large tray to fit both food and drink in the holder. Really easy to assemble and love how the highchair grows with your child and adapts to their growth stages with the height adjustment feature. I would highly recommend parents to purchase this amazing highchair."

  • Comes with a three-year warranty against manufacturing faults
  • Dishwasher-safe detachable tray
  • Some parents found it tricky to get their child out of the curved seat

7. Ergobaby Evolve 3-in-1 Highchair

Best convertible highchair.


The clever Evolve 3-in-1 Highchair converts from a supportive high chair to a thoughtfully designed chair, and then to an interactive kitchen helper, meaning it helpfully grows and evolves along with your child through the years, right until they are seven years old. Our testers liked how easy it is to fold and put away and that it is fully wipeable. They did note that the tray is tricky to remove, but it is dishwasher safe.

M&B tester Ashley said: "Aside from the two-handed tray removal, there is nothing else I would change about this highchair. It is sturdy, safe, stylish and simple to use. This 3 in 1 highchair lives up to the Ergobaby brand and your expectations. It is definitely value for money and is so reliable that it will stand the test of time in your household. Frankly, any other highchair would have to do a lot to beat it."

Read our full Ergobaby Evolve 3-in-1 Highchair review

  • Very comfortable for baby
  • High-quality wipeable materials
  • Timeless visual design
  • Tray table needs two hands to remove

8. Tutti Bambini Nova Evolution Highchair

Best highchair to grow with baby.


Shortlisted in the 2021 Mother&Baby Awards in the Best Highchair category.

Not having to worry about their child outgrowing this highchair was a bonus for our tester, as the Tutti Bambini Nova Evolution Highchair evolves from a rocker for your baby, to a highchair for weaning, or a mini table with a chair for playtime! Unfortunately it is not suitable from birth, as baby needs to be able to sit up to use the high chair, so it is ideal from six months onwards.

Our reviewer Sian says: "Not having to worry about my child outgrowing the highchair and what to do next made my life easier. The carry case means that it can be folded away and stored until ready to use at the next stage. The instructions for assembly and disassembly were clear and easily followed, but I would recommend making sure you have all the parts out ready, so you don't have to go searching."

Read our full Tutti Bambini Nova Evolution Highchair review

  • Has seven different modes to adapt to your child's needs as they grow
  • High-quality design
  • Not suitable from birth

9. Chicco Polly Magic Relax

Best highchair with toy bar.

Won a Silver Award in the 2021 Mother&Baby Awards in the Best Highchair category

The Chicco Polly Magic Relax highchair features super soft, stylish, and washable material. As well as an entertaining removable toy bar, the reducer is double-sided to ensure maximum comfort during summer and winter. Our testers liked that it is suitable from birth as a baby recliner and from six months as a highchair. In fact, the seat is adjustable to eight height positions to help parents find the perfect position and ensure their little one is comfy.

However, while it is a great high chair to use from newborn, it does take up quite a lot of space, but with a wipe-clean removable tray, this highchair is perfect for any table. It is easy to fold and is free-standing, while the four wheels make it easy to go between rooms.

Our tester Aishwarya says: "This is a great highchair. It folds easily for storage. It is easy to clean. Son very happy in it which leaves me hands-free to do chores around the kitchen. It's easy to assemble and stow away if needed. The tray is a good size and again super easy to clean. Overall it's a comfortable, safe, easy-to-clean place for my child to eat."

Read our full Chicco Polly Magic Relax review

  • Can be used as a recliner and a highchair
  • Stylish look
  • Some reviews mention the highchair takes up more room than expected

10. Joie Baby Multiply 6 in 1 Highchair

Best highchair with multiple height adjustments.

Won a Bronze Award in the 2020 Mother&Baby Awards in the Best Highchair category

The Joie Multiply truly grows with your child, and was a hit with our reviewer. Going from a highchair to a mini table with every mealtime milestone in between, the Joie Multiply has an easy glide tilt that adjusts to three recline angles to give your baby total comfort.

While we liked how the Multiply height adjusts to fit quickly growing and developing little ones, and to fit varying table and island heights with a total of five height adjustments, it is difficult to clean. Our reviewer Charlotte says: "I love how this highchair grows with your child. It makes life easier as a mum because having this highchair saves having to buy a booster chair once they get older and then a little table and chairs because this highchair covers all of those stages. It's also really easy to go from one stage to the next, which is great. It all just clicks together."

Read our full Joie Baby multiply 6in1 review

  • Height can be adjusted to suit the height of your table
  • Easy glide tilt
  • Some reviews mention it is hard to clean

11. Joie Mimzy Snacker 2 in 1 Highchair

Best highchair with built-in storage.


The Joie Mimzy Snacker 2-in-1 is another highchair which can be used in multiple ways. The three-position adjustable tray allows for children of all shapes and sizes to use it, and when ready, it can be removed so your toddler can sit at the dinner table with the rest of the family.

If you have a smaller kitchen or dining room, then it's great as it collapses down easily for storage, but the material isn't washable and the tray can't go in the dishwasher.

Our reviewer Emma says: "I really loved the highchair overall. The stand-out feature for me was that is was so lightweight, making it easy to fold up and down and move around. The high chair I was using before was actually similar in design but much heavier and bulkier. I really noticed the difference when testing the product. I love the padded seat, and the fact baby feels so secure in it - she sometimes sits in it playing with toys whilst I make dinner etc. which is a real plus point."

Read our full Joie Mimzy Snacker 2in1 review

  • Has a storage net underneath to store mealtime essentials
  • Simple adjustable tray
  • Cover isn't machine washable and tray isn't suitable to be washed in a dishwasher

12. My Babiie Samantha Faiers Safari Premium Highchair

Best stylish highchair.

Won Bronze in our 2023 Mother&Baby Awards for Best Highchair. Designed by celeb mummy Samantha Faiers, the My Babiie Samantha Faiers Safari Premium Highchair looks good with its stylish safari print, which our testers liked. It also has a number of nifty features, including a two-part removable tray, three recline modes, a five-point safety harness and six-height positions. However, style comes at a price, because some mum testers thought it was a little on the pricey side compared to similar high chairs, and the instructions were difficult to follow.

A trusted reviewer said: "Such a lovely looking highchair and really well padded, so I'm happy to know my little girl is comfy! Easy to put together and fast delivery. Definitely recommend it!"

Read our full My Babiie Samantha Faiers Premium Highchair review

  • Contemporary design
  • Five-point safety harness
  • Stylish design
  • Some mums thought it was expensive compared to other highchairs

13. Babymoov Slick Highchair

Best highchair with wheels.

Won a Bronze Award in the 2021 Mother&Baby Awards in the Best Highchair category

Babymoov Slick high chair was a hit with our testers who liked the quality and style of it, along with the practicality of the tray being easy to clip on and off without disturbing baby. This highchair is suitable from newborn upward, has five height positions, and an adjustable footrest. Some reviewers thought the colour choice was a bit boring, but still stylish and even better, it has inbuilt wheels for manoeuvring, making it very portable.

Our tester Vicky says: "The product is of great quality and looks very stylish. I really like the style of the tray. This is very easy to clip on and off without disturbing baby and very easy to wash/wipe down. It can also be placed in the dishwasher. Being a padded chair it is also very comfortable for the baby to sit in and the straps are secure and comfortable."

Read our full Babymoov Slick Highchair review

  • The seat cover is water repellent and can be removed to clean in a washing machine
  • Super supportive design
  • Could be a more exciting colour choices

14. Kinderkraft Feeding chair LIVY + CALMEE

Best multi-use high chair.


Won a Gold Award in the Mother&Baby awards 2023 for Best Highchair

The Kinderkraft Feeding chair LIVY & CALMEE can be used from birth up to a massive 110kg, that's 17 stone! With its four-in-one design it can be used as a feeding chair for newborns, a high chair for toddlers, and then two different types of chair for a older child or even a teenager. Even a parent could sit on the chair!

Our reviewer thought it was a great design as it allowed their daughter to be part of the family meal, eating at the table and even better it doesn't take up too much space, and looks great.

Review: "I absolutely love this highchair, and so does my six-month-old. It is the perfect height to have at the table, so feeding her while we eat is simple, and she feels like she is part of the family meal. It takes about the same space as a dining chair and doesn't have a high imposing back or bulky padding. It looks so modern and stylish and unimposing at our dining table."

Read our full Kinderkraft Feeding chair LIVY & CALMEE review

  • Supports correct posture
  • Takes up the same space as a dining room chair

15. Childhome Evolu One 80 Highchair

Best minimalistic highchair.

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Won a Silver Award in the 2020 Mother&Baby Awards in the Best Highchair category

The Childhome Evolu One 80 Highchair is truly trendy and efficient as it has a great swivel function, allowing your child to be fed in three different positions, without moving the whole chair. Our testers liked this chair for safety with the five point harness, but also felt it was sturdy and wouldn't tip over.

However, some testers thought it was a little basic, but it's possible to buy lots of accessories to add to it, such as a padded cushion, a toy basket or even rocking feet, to turn it into a rocking chair which are great for younger children.

Our reviewer Julie says: "I would easily recommend this chair to other people. It's a beautiful design which also comes in grey - a very trendy colour at the moment, therefore, matches a lot of people's interiors, it's very well built, great quality, and super practical. The five-point harness straps make it very safe to use for any age with no fear of the child falling out of it or tilting the chair over. There are also a lot of useful accessories that can be bought separately (padded cushion, toy basket, special feet to turn it into a rocking chair...) We won't be needing any of them because our child is now two but had we had the chair when he was a baby we would have enjoyed the various options."

Read our full Childhome Evolu One 80 review

  • Can be moved 90 degrees clockwise and counterclockwise to be in a feeding position to suit you and your child
  • Five-point harness straps for safety
  • A more basic design compared to other highchairs

16. Stokke Tripp Trapp Highchair

Best wooden highchair.

Won a Bronze Award in the 2016 Mother&Baby Awards in the Best Highchair category

The Stokke Tripp Trapp highchair is a modern design that looks fantastic in a kitchen. It's solid and very sturdy and fits upright against the table – enabling little ones to be an active part of family mealtimes, which our testers liked. The chair has no recline feature, but does adjust according to the height of its user. It's comfortable and compact – great for families with limited space – and is a dream to clean (seriously!).

It is expensive, and accessories (a harness and cushioning, for example) cost extra, but its ingenuity, longevity, quality and convenience make it a worthwhile spend, if you have the cash for the initial outlay. You might have to assemble it yourself, but this is more than a highchair; it's a piece of furniture that'll adapt with your little one as they grow.

Our reviewer Haley says: "I would definitely recommend the Tripp Trapp highchair to others. We've been using it since my little one was six months old and even when he was little his posture has been great, and he has been well supported whereas he often slipped from side to side in other highchairs. I also love how I can bring it right up to the table, so he feels like he is really sitting with us at meals. The design is very attractive - you can choose from a range of lovely colours, and I love that we will be able to remove the baby set kit and continue to use his chair as the years go by. Our daughter is still using hers at age 11!"

Read our full Stokke Tripp Trapp review

  • Extended seven-year warranty is available on wooden components​, along with a two-year standard warranty
  • Strong and robust design
  • Self-assembly required

17. Beaba Up + Down Highchair

Best practical highchair.

Shortlisted in the 2020 Mother&Baby Awards in the Best Highchair category

With six adjustable height levels, mealtimes have never been so easy. Reviewers said the Beaba Up & Down chair goes higher than other high chairs making it very versatile, although actually adjusting the height can be tricky. However, once your little one is sat in an optimum position, the removable tray is a great addition. This chair also has a removable cushion, but it wasn't a hit with our reviewers as it was difficult to remove for washing.

Our reviewer Katrina says: "I really like the fact the Beaba highchair has the six different levels to adjust the height. Many highchairs I have used previously do have the option to adjust the height, but none go as high as this. It is a great thing to have if you have a breakfast bar or a high table you want to sit at with your baby. It is also a great height if you want to stand and feed your baby. One thing which I did find difficult was adjusting the height, I found you had to push in the buttons either side at the same time and get each side a perfectly equal height as it wouldn't clip in otherwise and be wonky. This may get easier over time, it may have just been a case of getting the correct technique and being a bit stiff as it is new."

Read our full Beaba Up & Down High Chair review

  • Ergonomically designed seat
  • 6 adjustable height levels
  • Doesn't fold down to store away

What age is a baby ready to use a highchair?

The most common age that a baby will start needing a highchair is around the six-month-old mark because babies typically begin to sit up on their own and eat solid foods at this stage in their development.

How do I get my baby to stay in their highchair?

Does your bubba not like sitting in their highchair? Solid Starts has some top tips for keeping your little one seated.

Exercise right before the meal

Getting the wiggles out before mealtimes can burn off some of your baby's energy. This way, they're less likely to want to move around once it's mealtime. Let them have some tummy time, get them crawling or jumping around before you sit them in their chair.

Bring baby to the highchair hungry

Your little one is more likely to stay seated if they're hungry and motivated to eat.

Serve the food right away

Try not to put your little one in their high chair until their food is completely ready. That way, their stamina and attention span is saved for eating the meal itself.

Hide or cover toys during the meal

Babies and toddlers are easily distracted, and the sight of a tempting toy can throw the whole meal off.

Honour when baby signals that they are done

When babies are kept in their highchairs longer than they want to be, they can develop a negative association with the chair and eating.

How to clean a highchair

If you're wondering how to clean a highchair , you may want to follow these simple steps: •Brush off any excess food and crumbs •Wipe it down with a damp cloth •Disinfect the tray •Clean the chair, legs and exterior •Wash the fabric components •Clean the crevices where food and germs may be hiding

What comes after a highchair?

Once your child has outgrown their highchair, the next step is moving them to a  booster seat for the table. It will allow your little one to feel more grown-up sitting around the dinner table and will take up less space than a highchair. Your child should be ready to use a booster seat at home and in restaurants anywhere from 18 to 24 months.

Do babies need a footrest on a high chair?

No, it is not necessary but it can be useful. When a child has a footrest it creates a more stable position for the safest possible eating environment. Your little one should be sitting in a 90-90-90 position which means their ankles, knees and hips are all at 90 degrees.

Is it okay to buy a used high chair?

Yes, it is, just make sure you check it over to ensure it is safe. Some things to check include looking at the material and seeing if it is clean and not torn, and that no padding or foam is coming out, which could cause a choking risk if baby pulled it out and put it in their mouth. Also ensure there is a five point harness that works and that the high chair is sturdy and stands securely on the floor.

If you have put a high chair in the attic and are wondering if you can use it with a new baby, then it is fine to use an old high chair. Again, the same safety check apply. The safety standard, BS 14988-1, was introduced in 2006, so any high chair produced after this date should be safe as long as it has been well looked after. Buying baby equipment quickly adds up so if you can use an old high chair, or buy a second hand high chair, it is a great way to save some money.

Emily Gilbert is the Features & Reviews Editor for Mother&Baby and has written for the website and previously the magazine for six years. Specialising in product reviews, Emily is the first to know about all the exciting new releases in the parenting industry.

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