Hey mama, it won’t be long before your little one is sitting at the table with you – snacking, eating dinner (throwing their peas on the floor), and bringing joy and mischief to that family table. Have you thought about where they will sit?

Today, it’s easy to find a high chair that is both functional and beautiful, one that fits your little one’s growing body and your home’s aesthetic. Here’s a list of our favorite high chairs and seating options for your little – each one one sure to be a seamless addition to your home (at least, when it’s not covered in mashed prunes). 


IKEA Antilop High Chair

Price: $19.99

Price, price, price! The super-affordable Antilop chair is beloved by mamas everywhere. If you have the room to leave your high chair out (it’s not foldable or collapsible), this option’s clean lines blend into any space and clean up is so easy.

Inglesina Fast Table Chair

Price: $69.99

Yes, we know it isn’t technically a high chair. But it’s slim lines and ability to clamp on anywhere (and it’s packable), is perfect for the family that is mobile or short on space. 

IKEA Langur High Chair

Price: $119

The Langur chair is a newer IKEA option. It still boasts their classic clean lines and simple aesthetic and it transitions to a chair for your growing toddler and child.

The Chair by Lalo

Price: $215

So simple, so beautiful. The Chair by Lalo has nailed the combo of clean white lines and sustainable beech wood legs. Adjustable up to 3 years old and includes a cotton cushion.


Tripp Trapp High Chair

Price: $269

Available in 14 different colors, it’s nearly impossible not to find one you love. Adjustable in so many ways, this chair will fit a child 6 months to 3 years old.

Nuna Zaaz High Chair

Price: $299.95

Nuna has created a fully customizable chair that grows with your babe. Clean up is easy, as it boasts a gliding lift mechanism and removable tray and arm bars.









Lo is a labor + postpartum RN who left her patients for her own babies when her first daughter was born. She loved delivering her own girls, delivering her patients' babies, and is always writing about all of it. She lives in Denver with her husband and two daughters, currently pregnant with her third baby, writing, mom-ing, and encouraging + educating other mamas in all things L & D and mamahood on her Instagram @thelabormama.