Too big for a highchair, but too short for a regular chair? Then a junior chair is perfect – high enough for the dining table, and with comfy support for the feet. Made for enjoyable dinners and crafting.
Gives the right seat height for the child at the dining table.
Recommended for ages from 3 years.This chair has been tested for domestic and non-domestic use and meet the requirements for safety, durability and stability set forth in the following standard: EN 1022:2018, EN 1728:2012 and AC: 2013.
We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.
Great little chairVerified ReviewerA useful chair for when children are too big for a high chair but can't reach the table if they sit in a normal chair5
Excellent chairVerified ReviewerJust what my 2 year old needed to sit at the table with her sisters. I have 2 more of these that I've had for years and they're easy to clean and stack for storage.5
It was purchased months ago!!!!!Verified ReviewerIt was purchased months ago!!!!!5
BrilliantVerified ReviewerOur 2 year old want keen on his high chair as his big bro sat in a big chair so this way he felt very grown up and happier to join in meal times.5
Very pleasedVerified ReviewerVery pleased with this chair for our three year old grandson. It’s really sturdy and practical, wipes clean and required no assembly.5
Perfect size for post high chair phaseVerified ReviewerWhen your 3yr old has outgrown his/her high chair and doesn't want to be strapped in any more, and is still too small for normal chairs, this is ideal.5
A perfect size for a 5 year oldVerified ReviewerThis is just perfect for my 5 year old granddaughter. She had outgrown the booster seat, but still too small for an adults one, but this one works very well5
Excellent for grandchildren no longer babiesVerified ReviewerVery good taller chair for young grandchildren who no longer like to sit in the highchair - even the wooden type that grows with them. Does not take up too much space and easy to wipe clean. I now have two of these chairs and my 4 year old granddaughter tells me its very comfortable,5
Absolutely fantasticVerified ReviewerSuch a good strong chair. My 5 year old can not properly reach the table with our chairs. This chair has solved that problem. And made meal times easier5
Great junior chairVerified ReviewerSturdy chair, easy to clean Shame it was only available in white, used to be available in green!4
Perfect for grandchildren's visitsVerified ReviewerIn fact 3year old found it in store!5
Verified ReviewerJust what we needed for small grandchildren on an occasional basis.5
Kids love itVerified ReviewerMy wee girl loves it, it allows her to sit with the rest of the family at meal times.5
Perfect for eating dinner altogether!Verified ReviewerThese chairs are the perfect height for my 5yr olds to sit at the table. Previously they sat at their own little Ikea table while the adults sat at the ‘big’ table. Now we can sit and eat together! My boys now sit at the table daily drawing pictures, or doing homework, something they were reluctant to do before. Sturdy chairs and easy to clean too!5
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