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bloom fresco chrome chair

"The fresco chrome comes on wheels so you can easily move it when necessary (they’re smartly hidden in the base so they aren’t an eyesore). Another hidden gem is an internal compartment that stores the additional parts required for transforming the chair from a highchair to a kid chair. (Such a smart idea—I can never find that kind of stuff when I need it!)"

Skip Hop Tuo Convertible Highchair

"The highchair’s clean lines also mean it is very easy to clean. There aren’t many places for crumbs to hide, and after mealtime is over you can simply wipe the seat and seat pad down. ... The tray has a pop out insert that you can stick in the dishwasher, which makes cleanup pretty effortless."

Jonathan Adler Crafted by Fisher-Price Deluxe High Chair

"Hands down, this chair was one of the easiest pieces of furniture we’ve assembled, and because of the ingenuity of materials and features included, we would highly recommend this chair to our loved ones. We look forward to using the chair and having it enhance our living spaces."

Ingenuity SmartClean ChairMate Chair Top Highchair

"Upon pulling the chair at out of the box, I was instantly struck by the streamlined aesthetics of this compact seat. This ain’t the highchair your mama fed you in. The absence of a puffy, overstuffed seat, cheap-looking plastic and kiddish print land this seat squarely in the modern age."

Joovy Nook

"Our favorite feature may be that the tray does not slide on and off like a traditional highchair. Instead, the Nook tray has a hinge on the left side that swings out when the latch is unhooked. This is so nice because you don’t have to worry about finding a place to put the tray when getting a child in and out. All you have to do is simply swing the tray around and click it in place!"

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