It fits perfectly under a standard kitchen table and the foot plate easily adjusts as the child grows.
I also love that it it NOT made out of plastic as I am trying my best to go plastic-free in our household. The chair also comes in several vibrant colors, so you can coordinate it with your home's eating space as well as buy a signature color for each child (as seen in the picture above on the left). I do adore quality products and spending $250 for the Tripp Trapp was completely worth it to me.
There are some additional accessories that you can purchase for your Tripp Trapp: Newborn Set, Baby Set, and Tray. The Newborn Set is not sold in the U.S., yet, so I had to buy mine at a store in Canada and have it shipped. You can get the cushions for the Baby Set, but you will learn fast that babies make a lot of messes when they are first learning how to eat and you would be washing this all the time or have to purchase a few different sets. I didn#t purchase the tray either. We push the chair right next to the table and Orla uses the tabletop.
However, my favorite Stokke Accessory is an apron skirt that I purchased at an estate sale for $1. I let Orla touch and play with all her food, so she can feel all the textures as well as try to feed herself. This makes mealtime more messy, so a bib and this apron is ideal.
Last but not least, get a dog! Ha! Hudson is an excellent helper! He loves to clean the highchair, the floor, Orla's hands and face, the bowls ... wherever the food is! It makes clean-up so easy!