Published at Tuesday, 11 September 2018. Chair. By Shelley Singleton.
Chair mats often bring up the concern for personal safety, for example, many people often do not look where they are walking and may be worried about tripping over their chair mat. The same can be said for walking in the dark at night in your home office and risking falling over from catching an edge on your mat. While cheaper mats do come with straight edges that can be a safety concern, there are plenty of higher quality mats available that come standard with rounded protective edges designed specifically so people do not trip over them. Rounded or beveled edges are also helpful for a smooth transition to the carpet or floor when rolling off the mat.
One of the newest trends in high chairs is to have a chair that doesn’t look quite so babyish and therefore can be used for a number of years. Many of these chairs are wooden and can accommodate an age range of children from six months all the way up to a fully grown adult. Although these chairs are usually the most expensive, they provide the most use. Chairs like this can be used for years and years and some can support an adult up to 300 pounds! We have come a long way since the "phone book" booster seat. There are many options available and a wide range of ages that can get good use out of today’s chairs.
High chairs that accommodate infants require a few different features to safely keep the littlest ones safe and comfortable. First of all, these chairs must have a crotch post that goes between the baby’s legs to keep them from slipping under the tray. Infant high chairs also recline far back enough to allow the baby to lay back comfortably, so as not to yet have to support his or her head. These baby chairs come with a seat belt of either three or even five points, meaning you can buckle your little one around his or her waist and possibly even up and over his or her shoulders for added safety. The tray will lock on securely and keep babies safely in their place. Although infants and younger babies may not be ready for actual eating in their high chairs, they often enjoy being up off the ground and able to join the rest of the family at meal times.
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