There are so many things to love about phil & ted’s poppy high chair - from the stylish design to the chair's longevity - we are sure you will love this product for your child.

The poppy not only looks cool but gets the job done! It has a large tray for big meals and is super easy to clean. The waterproof & seamless seat means no more food hiding in cracks - you can easily wipe down the seat and know it’s good and clean.  

Additionally, the poppy's aerocore seat is soft & spongy, providing maximum comfort so your baby can happily focus on their job - eating food!  Aerocore is insulating, hypo-allergenic, UV resistant and non-toxic.  

If you don’t have a lot of space, never fear - the poppy is light to move between rooms and if you press a button the legs pop off for easy storage in a pantry or closet.

We love products that have extended use so once your baby’s high chair days are over, the poppy offers a value punch by converting to a sturdy child seat great for pre-schoolers.

Designed with your child’s safety in mind first & foremost, the five point safety harness ensures your baby will be snug, comfortable and safe in their high chair.  The food tray comes on a off with a simple click!


  • High chair ergonomically designed to fit your baby 6 months to 3 years
  • Converts from a high chair to “my chair” up to 44 lbs.
  • A soft seat keeps child comfy
  • Seamless, waterproof chair makes for easy cleaning
  • Lightweight - Weighs only 8.8 lbs.
  • Easy to move and store
  • Food tray is dishwasher safe
  • Made of aluminum and aerocore foam

I like our new highchair, it's tall, easy to clean, cushy for when she's moving around in it.....but there are some downsides. The legs especially are the biggest problem, they stick out like a tripod and I, my husband, my sister, my friend, my mom have all tripped over them at one point or another. There hasn't been any falls, but if you have a baby in your hands, you don't want to be tripping ever. Overall, I like the poppy highchair, but would recommend putting it in a corner without foot traffic.

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