Rinki is it a highchair or is it a stool?

Rinki is a new type of a chair, designed by Hannu Peltonen, this is a highchair that can be easily changed into a stool.

The Rinki by Seimi convertible highchair is a well made, typically Nordic design furniture -clean and aesthetically pleasing, made of solid birch and you can choose the seat’s long-lasting lamination between five colours. Suitable for babies from 6 months, it features a sturdy, tip resistant base, and removable highchair attachment. There is an back support add-on for the Rinki highchair and when used together with the highchair, Rinki is EN safety tested highchair. This highchair does not have a tray, so your child can sit, enjoy and connect with you and the rest of the family at the dinner table. Functional and beautiful design and definitely in strong competition with the popular and well known Scandinavian high chair Stokke Tripp Trapp.

The Rinki is perfect for when you run out of chairs and also a way to ensure the highchair has a useful life beyond the point when your little one grows out of it. Price tag on the Rinki is £174.99 at Nordic Kids. Well worth it considering you are buying a future design classic, an elegant, contemporary Nordic designed, multi-functional 2 in 1 highchair and stool.

3 thoughts on “Rinki is it a highchair or is it a stool?

  1. Wow, when you did not think someone could come up with another design for high chairs – someone did 🙂 Great design though, and love he fact that it can be used in another way when the kid gets bigger. Sustainable thinking indeed!

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