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Wooden Baby High Chairs - Any Recommendations?

We've bought and used plastic high chairs before, but they just don't have the same look as a wooden high chair.I'm open to recommendations on the best wooden baby high chairs around, preferably one that will suit an all wooden kitchen (as that's where it will be kept).Thanks in advance!

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It's adjustable, which is a rarity amongst wood baby high chairs. 2. It has a padded seat and back rest to keep the child comfortable. The harness is also easy on the child, whilst keeping them perfectly safe. 3. It has a removable, dish-washer safe tray that makes cleaning up really easy. I have no hesitation in recommending the product to you as an excellent wooden high chair and an absolute bargain.
Sep 30, 2017
I have a wooden high chair, it's antique looking but not antique. It's cherry wood color very very pretty and you know everything for a baby is pastels or bright colors but in the kitchen, the high chair is part of the furniture so you kinda want it to go along with Mom's taste anyways I am probably not spelling this brand right but mine is a Jenny Lind and we've had it for 2 and half years now and it's still beautiful and sturdy. I'm expecting a daughter in October, I plan on her using the same chair.
Sep 30, 2017
I have a laurel oak baby trend We just started putting our 5 month old in it as she just started solids. It was really cheap so I didn't think I would like it much but I DO. It reclines...which is a plus ( my dd leans forward to ) it has a top tray with seperated sections for food and also a tray underneath with a cup holder. It has a little toy thing attached. It wheels around. And like I said its cheap!
Sep 30, 2017
i have the eddie bauer wood highchair. i love it. it is easy to put together and the tray is manageable with one hand unlike the graco one.
Sep 30, 2017

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