Amish Baby High Chairs - Attractive and Practical
Amish furniture has a classic look it has endured for decades. The simple
and elegant design makes Amish furniture suitable for any room of the house.
Even babies can enjoy Amish furniture - Amish baby high chairs are great
looking and functional.
Amish baby high chairs are made of solid oak or cherrywood. They are so
sturdy and well-built and they will last for generations. Your children,
grandchildren and great-grandchildren will all be able to use the same Amish
Amish baby high chairs are available in four basic styles - Bow-Back,
Wheat-Back, Acorn-Back or Plain Back style. There is also choice of a
sliding tray or a flip back tray. The trays are recessed for containing the
spills that are inevitable when feeding small child.
You can get Amish baby high chairs in a variety of finishes. To the finish
that matches your dining room furniture. When used in the dining room, these
high chairs are designed to fit at the table. In contrast to most high
chairs, Amish high chairs are the same height as most dining room tables.
Amish baby high chairs come with a three point harness system to prevent
baby from sliding out of the seat. The high chair is very sturdy so there's
no danger of it tipping over.
There are many advantages to owning solid wood furniture, and these also
apply to Amish baby high chairs. Solid wood is a durable material that will
last for many years. If it ever gets scratched or dented, it is easy to
Amish baby high chairs are handcrafted of the highest quality materials.
Attention is given to each chair to ensure that the craftsmanship is up to
Once your child no longer needs a high chair, the tray on Amish baby high
chairs can be removed, converting them into a youth chairs. These chairs are
ideal for children at that in-between age -- too big for a high chair but
too small for an adult chair. The youth chair is the perfect height for
sitting comfortably at the table.
In short, Amish baby high chairs are attractive and practical -- qualities
that they have in common with all Amish furniture.