Stokke Tripp Trapp At Home!

Tuesday, 6 May 2014  |  Admin


Images supplied by Pinterest

It is hard to believe that the Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair is 42 years young, designed in 1972 by Peter Opsvik. The Stokke Tripp Trapp has revolutionized the high chair market as it is the only high chair which can take you from newborn chair to an adult chair for life, made from cultivated beech it comes varnished in a selection of colours. This highchair fits neatly under your kitchen table and can be wiped clean with a damp cloth. The idea from the Tripp Trapp is to allow your child to sit right up at the table allowing them into the heart of your family at meal times.

How do you adjust your Tripp Trapp? What do you mean an adult chair for life?

The Stokke Tripp Trapp will adjust to the size of your child, there are "two plates" one is for the seat and one is to rest their legs. Both plates can be easily adjusted ensuring it is the perfect height to eat, play & interact, with his or her feet properly supported whatever the age. When they get older you can lower the bottom to the ground as a foot rest.

The Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair is available in a variety of colour options to suit the decor of your kitchen or family home.

With this fantastic array of colour options can leave the most discerning of buyer a little confused as to how their Tripp Trapp Chair will fit into their overall colour scheme, we have thanks to Pinterest introduced some of our favourite images of the Tripp Tripp At Home!




Introduced in 2013, the Aqua & Lava Tripp Trapp Chairs have fast become a big hit with new parents and those parents who love the Tripp Trapp so much that they could not resist buying another for their little ones!


We love the simplicity of these 2 constracting Kitchen & Dining Room looks featuring the Stokke Tripp Trapp White and Stokke Tripp Trapp Black.  


Colour....Colour...looking for a vibrant fun loving colour for your Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair...check out family fun time in the first picture. We really loved the second picture the splash of colours really works with the both the floor and table top.
Traditional kitchen settings feature the Natural Oak and Walnut Tripp Trapp go head to head...which one do you prefer?
Ahhh the coolness of pastels....this has to be one of my favourites...