Who says highchairs can’t be sassy?

I knew from the moment I saw the Svan High Chair that I loved it. The sleek styling is what sold me on it. What can I say? It’s a sexy and sophisticated chair. I especially love that it will grow with Quincy. When I say grow, I mean it. The Svan ergonomically designed high chair converts to a full size adult chair. Now, I don’t know if that means Quincy will take this chair to college with her, but it will certainly last that long.


Available in 5 finishes, the Svan High Chair was a breeze to put together. They make it so easy; they even label all of the hardware instead of dumping it all in a plastic baggie like so many others do (and that drives me crazy!) The instructions were easy to follow and the chair was assembled and STURDY in about 30 minutes (even though the cat kept interrupting me)

The Svan Chair is made of a bent Birch wood veneer and is derived from FSC certified forests when available. The optional cushion cover is machine washable too! It’s really light at less than 20 pounds with the infant tray.


Just a few things I love about the Svan:

1.)   Easily adjustable from baby (6 months) to toddler to preschooler to adult (up to 250 pounds).
2.)   The wooden tray has a plastic cover that snaps on and off for easy clean up
3.)   It’s attractive. Really attractive. Many highchairs are, well, ugly.
4.)   Quincy loves it too!

I was so excited to put Quincy in it, I didn’t even remove the marketing insert! Quincy didn’t mind either, she was too focused on her pears. It’s so nice that it supports her well (a concern as a preemie mom) and that she can sit right at the table with us!

The Svan Chair is a classy addition to our household. The problem is, now I feel like I need a new kitchen table. 😉

UPDATE: Scandinavian Child is offering 20% Anka and Svan High Chairs as their SCI Deal of the Week.
This deal will run through Tuesday morning on May 17th.

Disclaimer: I was given a Svan Chair by Scandinavian Child at no charge for the purpose of this review. I was not monetarily compensated for this post and the opinion is my own.

About Kerri Jablonski

Kerri Jablonski AKA The Maven lives in Seattle,WA with her 3 kids (2008, 2010, 2013), husband, cats and backyard chickens. Two of her children have special needs. Kerri enjoys cooking, travel, movies and spending time with her family.


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