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Best High Chair for Small Homes

By jordanferney |

Gone are the days where your large high chair takes over your whole kitchen. Say “hello” to the table clamping high chair. This one is from Phil & Ted. We purchased one of these when living in our small San Francisco apartment and we loved it for several reasons. 1. It takes up no extra space. 2. When we eat dinner we are all eating together at the table. 3. When traveling you can just unclamp and throw it in your suitcase.

There are other brands with similar clamp on styles. Have you ever used one?

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Jordan Ferney is a former event planner and author of the popular lifestyle and design blog, Oh Happy Day! Jordan has worked for Babble, Anthology Magazine, Apartment Therapy, Cookie Magazine.com, Project Wedding, and iVillage. She lives in San Francisco in a one bedroom apartment with her husband and two boys, Moses and Roman.

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4 thoughts on “Best High Chair for Small Homes

  1. Katie says:

    We use the Tie Chair when we travel, which is SO easy to cart around whatever city you are exploring because it’s just a piece of fabric. It’s kind of like an apron with a pocket that slips over the back of a dining chair then wraps around to tie the kid to it. Anyway, I love being able to toss it in a backpack or diaper bag and off we go.

  2. Wendy says:

    I’m done with the big bulky high chair! I would love to feed our second child in this.

  3. Kelly Woodward says:

    From Vancouver, B.C. to Bend, Oregon a clip on highchair saved our lives!

  4. Melissa says:

    This was just recalled because “The affected metoo chairs pose serious fall and amputation hazards to children placed in them” : http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml11/11218.html

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