The chair that grows with your child
Make every mealtime special with the Stokke Tripp Trapp®, an ergonomic highchair that will comfortably fit your little one from birth and beyond
There’s a lot to consider when searching for the right highchair. After all, you want something that will work for you, your baby, and your home. With the Stokke Tripp Trapp®, you can rest assured all of your needs are taken care of. One of Scandinavia’s most iconic chairs, it’s brilliant in its simplicity. So brilliant in fact, that its design hasn’t changed since its inception in 1972.
Here’s why you might want to think about investing in this timeless classic…
It’s a chair for life
The Tripp Trapp® really does grow with your child. Its ergonomic design allows for freedom of movement, with a depth and height-adjustable seat and footplate that allows you to bring the floor to your child. It means it’s as good for weaning as it is those tricky in between years when they aren’t quite tall enough for a dining table chair, but equally have outgrown their highchair.
It encourages mealtime development
Bringing your baby closer to you at mealtimes can be fundamental in their development. The Tripp Trapp® was specially designed with this in mind, which is why it fits right up to your dinner table. Its Newborn Set can be lifted to enable eye contact and quality time from birth, while the Baby Set and cushion help your child enjoy a comfortable place at the table for meals and family time at around six to nine months, when they’re able to sit upright unaided.
It’s stylish and functional
Not only is the Tripp Trapp® functional, it’s also a seriously stylish addition to the kitchen. A classic Scandinavian design, it comes in a range of wood types, with beech, ash and oak all available, as well as a selection of beautiful colours, from moss green to storm grey, so you can ensure it complements your home – and your lifestyle.
History of the Tripp Trapp
A testament to truly good design, Peter Opsvik designed the Tripp Trapp® way back in 1972 to close the gap after his young son Tor grew out of his highchair but was still too small for an adult’s chair. While it didn’t immediately take off, it wasn’t long before it revolutionised the children’s chair category. Its superpower was its ability to bring your child into the heart of your family’s social life for meals and more. It’s become so iconic that it was exhibited at MoMA in New York and is in the permanent collection at the V&A Museum of Childhood in London.