Practical, safe and easy to clean: these are the basic requirements for a high chair. Everything else is down to personal preference, based on specific tastes and needs. As regards the lining, there are two types readily available on the market: PVC and faux leather.
What are the main differences? The first thing to note is that they are both easy to clean, so this is not a key factor in determining the decision.
Some models are produced with both linings, while others are only available in faux leather. For example, our multifunctional high chairs Siesta and Tatamia are only available in faux leather.
A high chair that “grows” with your baby and can be used as a reclined cradle during the first few months must be designed to “last” longer, from 0 to 36 months. Faux leather is resistant, guaranteeing the product a long service life.
But that’s not all. In recent years there has been a real evolution of taste, which has led to parents seeking elegance even in early childhood products. The desire for high chairs and reclined cradles that fit into the home decor, with subdued, plain colors, is on the rise. This is even truer of multifunctional high chairs, designed to be used and functional throughout the house.
Prima Pappa, our award-winning high chair, is available both in faux leather and in PVC. In this case, PVC introduces a range of patterns and designs that appeal to children while guaranteeing equal practicality, as both linings are easily washable. The choice, therefore, depends on the appearance and resistance of the lining.
Finally, it’s worth remembering that faux leather involves greater expense, which however is offset by the product’s longer service life.
What will you choose? Monkeys and lions, or a striking plain color?