10 High Chairs for Small Spaces

Living in the city definitely has its perks, but it can also have its drawbacks. Lack of space would be one of them. Moving from a big house into a small apartment definitely took some adjusting. While the lack of space takes some getting used to, you definitely learn how to use the space that you do have wisely.

Babies require a lot of items, one of which being a high chair. I knew that I didn’t want a high chair that took up most of our great room. I want one that I am able to fold and put away. Out of sight and out of mind. I try to keep as many baby items out of our great room as much as possible. I don’t want someone walking into our apartment and they first thing that they see is a big high chair in the middle of the room.

If you are living in a small space or just looking for a high chair that doesn’t take up a lot of room in your house, check out these high chairs for small spaces.

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    Click through for 10 high chairs that are great for families living in small spaces.

  • Bloom Nano 2 of 11
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    This high chair not only has a sleek and modern look, but it also folds flat. This is a dream for any urban parent. With limited space, you can fold this high chair and tuck it away and out of sight! 

    Get it from Giggle, $149.00

  • BabyBjorn High Chair 3 of 11
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    Weighing in at only 11 pounds, this high chair is light weight and a great option for parents who want it to take up minimal space. It has a compact fold making it easy to store in small spaces. I also love that because it is light weight, it makes it easy to take with you when you travel. Great for small spaces and family vacations, a win win! 

    Get it from Target, $224.09

  • Stokke Tripp Trapp 4 of 11
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    This is probably my absolute favorite high chair. Not only is it sleek and stylish, but it also grows with your baby. This high chair turns into a chair that your child can bring to college with them. I find that sentimental and extremely practical. The Tripp Trapp can easily fit at your table so there is no need to put it away. With a high chair as gorgeous as this, you will want to show it off.

    Get it from Stokke, $249.99

  • nuna ZAAZ 5 of 11
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    This high chair is another great design from nuna. It goes from a full high chair for your little one and grows with them into a full size chair. It can be adjustable for height which makes it perfect to pull up to any table. The tray table is easily removable so that it can be stored right up to your table when not in use. It's so sleek, no one will even know it's a high chair. 

    Get it from Giggle, $250.00

  • Phil & Teds Lobster 6 of 11
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    If you want to completely forget about the tradition high chair, this is the perfect option for you. The lobster attaches safely and securely to the table and let's baby eat right there with you. It can easily be removed, folds completely flat, and even comes with a bag for easy storage. It's also great to travel with. Throw it in the storage basket under your stroller and off you go! 

    Get it from Phil & Teds, $79.99

  • Joovy Nook 7 of 11
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    The Joovy Nook has a more traditional high chair look, but has really great qualities ideal for small spaces. It folds easily with one hand into a very compact position. I love the swing tray that doesn't make you take the entire tray off you let baby in. If you are looking for a more traditional high chair that can still be folded to a nearly flat position, this is a great option for you.

    Get it from Joovy, $149.99

  • Fisher Price Space Saver High Chair 8 of 11
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    We have this high chair at both my parents and my in-laws house. I love it because it can easily be attached to nearly any chair and your little one can sit at the table with you. It also has a tray so that you can use it as more of a traditional high chair as well. It can be easily removed and stored away when not in use. 

    Get it from Target, $44.59

  • Svan Signet Complete High Chair 9 of 11
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    Another high chair that grows with your baby that has a very unique look. This high chair can transform from a high chair for your baby into a desk chair for young adults. The seat depth and foot rest can easily be adjusted as your child grows. Just bring this up to your kitchen table and no one will even recognize that there is a high chair at the table. 

    Get it from Svan, $260.00

  • Graco Slim Spaces High Chair 10 of 11
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    By the looks of this high chair, it might not look very small. But you will be completely surprised to know that it folds nearly flat. You can also lean the seat back making it appropriate for babies of all ages. I love the wheels on the bottom so that you can easily move it around your small space, no matter where you need to go.

    Get it from Toys R Us, $119.99

  • Mamas and Papas Pixie High Chair 11 of 11
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    This Pixie high chair has to many great features if you are living in small spaces. Not only does it fold flat, but it is also free standing when folded so you don't have to worry about storing it by leaning it up against the wall. It also can be brought up to the kitchen table so that baby can eat with you. Simply remove the tray, which can then be hooked and stored on the high chair's legs. It's such a brilliant idea that leaves you the space you need! 

    Get it from Mamas and Papas, $119.99

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