New High Chair Created by a World Famous Designer Extends Into the Teenage Years
Design meets functionality in the new NomiHigh Chair. Created by the Norwegian furniture designer Peter Opsvik, this new high chair focuses on functionality, ergonomics and safety that is designed to grow with the child throughout childhood and adolescence and remarkably hold up to 330 pounds. Manufactured in Europe using sustainable and recyclable materials, the Nomi is easily adjusted seamlessly and without tools as the child grows.
Opsvik, known for the Tripp Trapp he designed back in 1972, designed this new chair for a new generation of children that could be used comfortably into the teenage years. The result was the Nomi, “One Chair in Three Stages” that goes from six months to 6-24 Months (with a restraint and harness) to 24 months+ throughout childhood. This includes the Nomi Baby, Nomi High Hair and Nomi Chair that features a minimalist Scandinavian look, four wood stems and seven chair colors, for 28 different combinations.
The Nomi is easily adjusted seamlessly and without tools as the child grows. The depth of the seat is automatically aligned when you adjust the height of the seat, so that child is always seated in an ergonomically correct position. The Nomi Baby is available separately as an accessory. It adjusts from almost horizontal to more upright, as baby grows. The high chair is perfect for the child who is able to sit upright unsupported, sitting safely with the help of the restraint and the harness. At around age two, or whenever the child is able to climb in and out of the chair, the restraint and harness is easily taken off and the child is ready for the Nomi Chair.
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