Solid and Stylist
January 22, 2012
My wife, son and I live in a small condo in Boston, where space is a commodity. We have an open-plan living space, so the high chair stays out next to our dining table (which is also wood). It looks great and fits our decor... beyond that, it is solid and safe. We are comfortable leaving our son in the seat as we turn our backs or step out of the room for a few seconds. One warning, to add the "infant" seat and tray is an additional cost, and they are costly for what these pieces are.
Pros:Solid and looks great, will last a long time.
Cons:I would have felt better paying more of the wooden high chair than paying so much for the accessories: $85 each for the infant adapter and tray. Crazy, especially for what they are: plastic.