Looking for the best funky high chairs?
Are you bored of traditional plain high chairs or ones covered in cutesy animals? Then you should opt for a bright, modern high chair with a funky design or print. A funky high chair is fun for baby and stylish enough to be on display in your home.
We researched what’s available on the market to find you the best funky high chair. Although looks are important the chairs need to perform well too. Check out our top 7 picks which scored highly for appearance and performance.
7 Best Funky High Chairs
1. Cosatto Noodle Supa
Pros: safe, comfortable, recline feature, height adjustable, compact fold
Designs: 6 patterns (2 more designs for release in Dec 2015)
The Cosatto Noodle Supa is the bestselling funky high chair around. It comes in six very bright designs which kids and parents will love including flamingos, dolls, flowers, dinosaurs, monsters and hens. The padding makes the chair really comfortable for baby. Usually padding makes chair difficult to clean, but the seat cover and straps are very easy to remove and clean.
The chair itself is sturdy and with a 5 point harness to keep baby in tightly. It’s versatile to manoeuvre with 3 position recline, height adjustments, calf support and compact fold feature.
2. Cosatto 3 Sixti Highchair
Pros: adjustable height, recline, compact, roller base
Cons: doesn’t fold
Designs: 6 patterns
The Cosatto 3 Sixti is leading the way with baby high chair design. The designs are five very bright, large fruit prints and one multi-coloured pixel option. The pedestal design makes it a far cry from traditional chairs which take up a lot of space. You can adjust it to heights to fit any family dining table so baby can join you with meals.
The chair itself has can recline so baby can take a nap after a meal. If you need the space the base has inbuilt wheels to manoeuvre around, although these were a bit tricky to use on carpeted floors.
3. Chicco Polly
Pros: foldable, height adjustments, recline, large tray, wheels
Cons: harness clip can be stiff
Designs: 7 patterns
The Chicco Polly is an affordable funky high chair option. The chair comes in 7 different patterns with a mixture of both neutral prints and 4 bright patterns including the space, bee, mermaid and little red riding hood designs.
This chair is a fantastic option for using right through to toddlerhood as it adapts to grow with baby. It has a reducer insert to keep babies snug, which can be removed to allow more room for a toddler. Its easy to use with a dining table and can be height adjusted to fit perfectly.
4. My Babiie Billie Faiers
Pros: recline, foldable, height adjustments, affordable
Cons: no wheels to manoeuvre
Designs: 3 patterns
Whether you’re a TOWIE fan or not, Billie Faires My Babiie range has designed some funky little highchairs which will make other parent “well jel”. The 3 current deigns are a boyish rocket theme, floral girly theme and a neutral grey chevron with yellow accents.
The chairs are very affordable and offer some great features including height adjustments, recline and folding. The tray features multiple sections which makes it harder for food to fall off the edges, but needs extra care when cleaning.
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5. Phil and Teds Poppy
Pros: easy to clean, compact design, high chair and child seat, handle
Cons: unable to fold
Designs: 3 colours (red, blue, green)
The Phil and Teds Poppy highchair has a simplistic and retro look to it. It comes in three bright colours of soft sponge seating for baby. The minimalistic design means there are less part to clean and makes the process quicker and easier. The legs are central to make it compact, yet flair out for stability.
It’s a great alternative to heavy, chunky and cumbersome highchairs. It’s lightweight and easy to move around with the inbuilt handle. You’ll get lots of use from this chair as it transforms from a high chair from 6 months old into a toddler chair as you little one grows.
6. Nuna Zaaz
Pros: suitable up to age 12, easy to clean, comfortable, very sturdy
Cons: doesn’t fold, tray doesn’t adjust
Designs: 10 colours
The Nuna Zaaz proves that a chair doesn’t just need a bright colour to be funky. This futuristic high chair looks like something straight out of space. Its innovative aluminium legs give it a cool and alternative look to traditional plastic or wooden chairs. There are no annoying nooks and crannies for food to get caught, but a simple removable foam seat for your child’s comfort.
It’s pricey, and probably out of most people price range. However it does convert from a highchair to a tween chair, so you get your money’s worth overtime. It looks so stylish you won’t want to fold it away.
7. Geuther Swing Highchair
Pros: wooden, very stable, adjustable, no sharp edges
Cons: need to purchase tray separately
Designs: 5 colours
The Geuther Swing Highchair in Bright is the only funky coloured wooden high chair on the market. If you want the benefits of a wooden high chair but without the boring neutral colours, then this is the high chair for you. The beech wood base make it extremely stable to prevent tipping, and very easy to wipe clean.
Wooden high chairs are a great alternative if you want to avoid using plastic baby equipment. Similar to the Stokke Tripp Trappe the chair is adjustable to use as a high chair from 6 month right up to a child’s dinner seat.