Graco High Chair Elefanta - You have an infant. Infant must eat. A high chair is a vital piece of furniture for you and for a baby, although okay, it may not be as easy as that.
Initially you may be feeding the baby. Later, baby must learn how to feed himself. Which is where the high chair is invaluable. Naturally, he can make a wreck. Naturally, food will probably be thrown about so that he can feed himself, and there'll likely more food thrown on the floor, on the tray, on face and baby's clothes than exactly what the baby will take in, but it's all section of the learning process.
Should you go to any store, real or virtual, you'll be inundated with all the assortment available in high chairs. They could be old fashioned, made entirely of natural wood, or modern, manufactured from aluminum and plastic. They could be tall or short, foldable or inflexible, with or without cushioned seats, covers along with other accessories. They may have wheels or castors, may be reclining or backed, their seats may be repaired or of changeable heights. A myriad of colors, prints, painted, handcrafted high chairs are available ranging in prices from below $50 to the most expensive one, $1350 (though if you get a genuine antique baby high chair, it may be even more).