1. Designed for parents
Lalo’s The Chair went through an impactful upgrade, incorporating tons of customer feedback to offer new features like a larger tray, adjustable footrest, easier-to-clean straps, new tonal (machine washable!) cushion colors and fast, effortless assembly. Of course, it still boasts all the same non-toxic materials, beautiful colorways, and chic but functional spirit.
2. Easy to use, easy to spruce
With its smooth, seamless surfaces, The Chair is easy to wipe down, whether you’re cleaning up the remnants of a smashed cake or the last bits of glitter and glue from a new art project. For added convenience, the tray is now super easy to pop off, dishwasher-safe and the color matching cushion can be tossed in the washing machine.
3. Made to last - from baby to toddler, and beyond
With comfort and ergonomics in mind, Lalo’s The Chair is perfect for baby’s first bites, but also grows with your child into toddlerhood and beyond. Once your little one is a couple years old, you can convert The Chair into a booster seat, and down the line, it becomes a play chair for kids all the way up to seven years old! It’s a true investment piece.
4. Safety first
The Chair meets and exceeds American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) safety standards. It's base is also made to be secure and stable, and not to menton it uses non-toxic materials so you and baby are in safe hands.
5. Bringing comfort and support to the forefront
Some high chairs can be awkward, impossible to get baby in and out of, and just straight up uncomfortable. The Chair is designed to perfectly support even the tiniest of babies. As they grow, simply flip the footrest over to make more room. The easy to adjust 5-point safety harness, the curved shape of the seat, and the plush cushion to keep baby extra comfortable are also important to note.
6. A bestseller for a reason first
This high chair is just their size and just your style. Instead of being a total eyesore, The Chair's low-profile design and muted colorways are practically out of a design magazine. It actually looks like it belongs at the family dinner table and is easy to tie in with other, non-kid decor. It is, as the French say, tres chic.