I know we only mentioned these Christopher Kurtz Highchairs on Tuesday but they are so stylish and spectacular that I couldn’t wait to share more information about their other new design and pricing details.
This whole range of furniture was only released to the public a few weeks ago so it is very new in the worldwide market and it has had an overwhelming response so far. They ship to London so if you are interested in these pieces, email Christopher direct and he can look into shipping details to Australia.
I have had many emails from the lovely Christopher this morning who is a father to a one year old little girl, and this is the reason for the new interest in child’s furniture. He has just released a new child’s chair which he made when his daughter turned one so I have pricing and photos of this to share with you as well as more information about pricing and specifications for the highchair.
Here are the details of the two chairs:
This piece is available in a very high grade Maple plywood, finished with a Danish Soap finish. They also offer the painted version in a formaldehyde free recycled composite material. The finish is a milk paint surface in your color choice. The tray is made of Maple and also has a Danish Soap finish. All parts are food safe and non toxic.
The tray is removable for cleaning by removing the conical wooden pegs
at the back, and sliding the tray through the arm rests. It is a simple
mechanical connection that works quite well. The safety strap comes up
between baby’s legs and connects to a 3 way parachute buckle much like
a stroller. The specifications are 38 1/2″ h x 15 1/4″ w x 20″ d. seat height is at 28″ and the cost is US$1500.
Circle Arm Child’s Chair
This piece is also offered in the same materials and milk paint finish as the high chair. Additionally, this little chair can come with the exact same tray detail that the high chair has. This piece is great for toddlers to colour at, as well as it is for eating meals and snacks. The specifications are 23″h x 15″ w x 17″ d. seat height is at 13 1/2″ and the cost is US$400 or US$475 with the maple tray.
All of the furniture is made by hand in a small Hudson Valley studio about 80 miles north of New York City. The work is made to order with an 8-12 week lead time, but Christopher usually gets it out much faster than that. Email
for more details.
Oooohhhh I really want one of these, just not sure which one!