The full-featured Siesta is our new go-to choice for an everyday high chair. This multifunctional design has an innovative recline, which means it can be used from birth as a comfortable recliner (perfect for keeping baby close by at mealtime). And as baby grows, it can be used as a high chair for feeding or playing, and then, with its tray removed, it can be used as a safe seat for your toddler to join you right at the table. Our other favorite features include the Siesta’s:
- Buttery-soft “Prima Classe”-upholstered seat that cleans easily with a damp cloth
- Adjustable seat that moves to nine different heights
- Adjustable, three-position footrest
- Five-point safety harness and passive restraint bar
- Comfortable five-position seat recline
- Practical rubber storage net on the back of seat
- Mar-resistant wheels that automatically lock for safety
- Stop & Go system that makes it easy to move from room to room
- Extremely compact stand-alone fold
The Siesta has has a sleek, sophisticated design and comes in five beautiful saturated colors: Arancia (orange), Noce (beige/tan), Mela (apple green), Licorice (black) and Cacao (chocolate brown).
Our other new go-to is the brand-new Rialto booster chair. This chair was made for travel, but it is also a quick and easy (and space-saving) option for home as well. It’s only been for sale in the U.S. for a few weeks now, and it’s already flying off the shelves. Why is it so popular?
The Rialto will work on almost any chair, and installing it is a snap, thanks to its dual attachment straps that connect behind and below the dining seat. Plus, it comes with its very own travel bag and can be used with children 9 months to 3 years of age. We also love the Rialto’s:
- Super-compact fold
- Five different height positions
- Three-point safety harness
- Non-skid rubber pads that keep it in place
- Removable tray
The Rialto comes in three colors: Arancia (orange), Mela (apple green) and Licorice (black), and it features beautiful (and wipeable!) faux leather in its seat and trim.
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