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Best High Chairs of 2019 Ranked and Reviewed

Best High Chairs of 2019 Ranked and Reviewed

Give your kids the best seat in the house at mealtime with a safe and durable high chair. High chairs that are versatile, sturdy, and easily cleaned get top marks.  Other things to keep in mind is that your l

ittle ones can use a high chair from when they’re around six months old, once they’re able to sit up unaided, until they’re about three years of age.  


Look carefully at the high chairs you're considering to make sure that the one you buy suits your needs. Mid-priced high chairs are generally the best value and have the best combination of useful features but the higher priced high chairs are usually less fuss come clean up.


  1. BOON High Chair
  2. Graco Blossom
  3. Stokke Tripp Trapp
  4. Joovy
  5. Ingenuity
  6. 4Moms
  7. Graco Space Saver
  8. Fisher-Price 4 in 1
  9. Insigna
  10. Cosco Simple Fold

For anyone who is looking for a statement high chair, this is the one for you. It comes in bright color options and is ultra modern. It offers all that you need for it to be functional. The tray is even dishwasher safe as well as the cushiony seat.  You can also change out the chair cushions once the pad is worn in making it super durable and best of all no fabric means easy easy easy clean up.  


This chair can easily be converted as your child enters new stages, and even eventually turns into a toddler seat for your “big kid” to sit right at the table next to you. You can have the high chair and the booster seat assembled at the same time, which is amazing for all you mamas with children close in age. Our favorite features; wheels so you can move the chair around even during feeding, comfy reclining settings and foot rest, & one-handed tray removal. - Con is that it is quite bulky

Brings your baby to the dining table and closer to the family, includes baby set.  Unique and highly adjustabile seat and footplate to ensure both back and feet support for any age & is another very easy to clean option

f you don’t have much space or you just don’t want to constantly look at a high chair then we’ve got the high chair for you. This Joovy High Chair is definitely one of the best high chairs for 2019. It has some great little features like a swing open tray to easily take out your baby. It also has soft pads on the feet to not scratch up the floors. Then, when you are done with the high chair, it folds up and even has a convenient handle to carry

Wipeable and washable design for easier cleaning. It Converts from high chair to booster to toddler seat.  Soft seat and foot rest add more comfort and Easy to move around kitchen with 360° wheels.  Plus its under $100!




Most compact fold - only 8.5 inches - makes this highchair easy to store in slim spaces between family meals.  Clean-up is a breeze with stain resistant and machine washable seat pad, and dishwasher-safe tray.  Features a 6 height positions and 3 recline levels make feedings comfortable for baby and easy for you

4 chairs in 1 to grow with baby! Full-size high chair with reclined seat Removable, space-saving high chair attaches to most dining chairs Toddler booster seat Youth seat for older child.  High chair disassembles & pieces can go in the dishwasher for easy, thorough cleaning

Stain-resistant, crevice-free seat pad is machine washable

One of the best things about being a parent in 2019 is having so many gadgets that make being on the go a breeze. Of course you want a high chair at home, but not every meal is eaten at home. This Inglesina Fast Table Chair allows you to have a high chair wherever you may need one. It is small and only weighs about 4 lbs, but has the capability to clamp onto almost any table. This means whether you are headed to grandma and grandpa’s or on an exotic vacation your baby will have a safe place to eat. convenient handle to carry

Magnets also guide the tray into position, so set up is fast and easy.  Make mealtime easy for you and your child with a 4moms High Chair.  Magnetic trays and accessories keep bowls from flying up.  More useful when older

Easy to stow and take on the go, this high chair is specially designed to be simple enough to take along for the ride. Whether dining at home or out and about, the Simple Fold High Chair gives your child a fun place to eat.

Types of high chairs

First things first: which type of high chair should you get for your baby? There are standard high chairs, convertible high chairs, foldable high chairs, and portable high chairs to choose from.

Standard high chairs

Made of plastic, metal, or a combination of the two, you can find standard high chairs that are both simple and high-end. Standard chairs have a basic molded seat, some with a seat cover, and a harness for safety. Most also have a tray, though some high chairs attach to a dining table and don’t need one.

Convertible high chairs

These high chairs are meant to be used for the first five to seven years of your child’s life. They have a base with a seat and tray. Once your child is old enough, the tray can be removed, and the booster seat can be used at the table. In some models, the seat can be lifted out and used as a booster seat.

Foldable high chairs

These high chairs have the same basic design as standard high chairs, but they are foldable so you can stash them in a pantry or closet when not in use. Check the chair’s size when folded, however, as some foldable high chairs are almost as big when folded as they are when open.

Portable high chairs

Some portable high chairs attach directly to a table or countertop. Others attach to a dining chair and include a removable tray. These chairs work well for families with limited space or those who travel often. However, portable high chairs do not have reclining seats and therefore should not be used until the child can sit independently.

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