10 Best Highchairs for Small Spaces

After testing dozens of the top highchairs (all of which can be found in Babble.com’s latest Babble Best Highchairs feature), it was blatantly apparent that some highchairs are better on space than others. If you need a compact highchair — whether you’re short on space or you just don’t want a monstrous highchair in the corner of your kitchen — here are our 10 favorite picks:

  • Joovy Nook Highchair, $119.99 1 of 10
    This highchair won in our "best for spall spaces (budget)" category, and is also the perfect option for a part-time caregiver (like Grandma!). We love how it folds down like a beach chair, nice and compact.
    Read more here.
  • Valco Baby Astro, $129.99 2 of 10
    This was a close runner-up to the Joovy Nook, and folds down just as compactly.
    Read more here.
  • BabyBjorn Highchair, $300 3 of 10
    And if money isn't a factor (hi, gift registry!), this is the splurge version of a compact chair.
    See what surprised us, what we loved and what we didn't.
  • IKEA Antilop, $20 4 of 10
    If we had to recommend ONE highchair for everyone, this would be it. It's ridiculously easy to clean, stackable, compact and — the best part? — 20 DOLLARS.
    Read more of our review.
  • Mamas & Papas Go Eat, $179.99 5 of 10
    We're kind of obsessed with this one.
    See why.
  • Phil & Teds Lobster, $79.99 6 of 10
    When it comes to clip-on highchairs (which can be used full time, even for infants), this is our favorite.
    Read the full review.
  • Joovy Hook, $79.99 7 of 10
    A very close runner-up, which might actually be better for you than the Lobster.
    See if the Hook is right for you.
  • Maxi-Cosi Leila Highchair, $149.99 8 of 10
    The type of highchair that a second-time mom would buy. Easy to clean, easy to store.
    Read more here.
  • Bright Starts Ingenuity Highchair, $109 9 of 10
    One-handed tray that swings open, an easier-to-clean fabric and height/recline/folding adjustability — at an affordable price.
    Buy your own.
  • Stokke Tripp Trapp, $250 – $380 10 of 10
    This one is my personal favorite, which pulls right up to the table (even for babies!), making it a more compact option for tight spaces. And it eventually adjusts into an adult-size chair, making it a smart investment that you'll use forever.
    Read our full review.

See all of our top highchair picks for baby!

Article Posted 7 years Ago

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