Sure Thing: Baby Fresh

The Bloom Fresco highchair is as pretty as it is functional.

By Hilary Geisbert - September 2014

Sleek and Bright Highchair

The Bloom Fresco highchair is as pretty as it is functional.

By Hilary Geisbert - September 2014


Available in four frame colors and 14 seat-pad colors, the Bloom Fresco highchair is the world’s highest baby chair with a three-position recline system—cradle, semi-recline, and upright seat—allowing your child to use it from newborn to school age. The super sleek design and color choices make it easy to add to any home’s décor. Bloom Fresco highchair ($550) at Wee Chic Boutique, 2360 W. Joppa Rd., Lutherville, 410-878-7400.





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