STOKKE seating news Spring 2018

Baby essentials, DESIGN

Parents want to customise their children's' products to best meet their own personal style and needs. With that in mind Stokke has introduced a range of new cushions and accessories for both the Tripp Trapp and Stokke Steps.

This season Stokke updated their accessories line with new functional and on trend styles. New cushions and new baby set colours making it easier than ever to personalize your chair.

Both high chairs offer comfortable seating that grows with your baby and ensuring proper ergonomics at all ages. That is one of the reasons the brand updated their cushion collection so there is something for everyone!

The new Adult Cushion allows older Tripp Trapp users like teens and adults to add just the right amount of softness to their favourite chair. With styles that are more suited for a grown-up, interior friendly look.
Bonus: A non-slip bottom to keep the cushion in place is now incorporated too.

Founded in Ålesund Norway in 1932, Stokke began life as a manufacturer of high quality furniture. Their first product was launched in 1972 – the iconic Tripp Trapp chair!
It is great to see that the company stays young and innovative.


The new TRIPP TRAPP adult and junior cushion allows teenagers and adults to sit a bit more comfortable. It is an easy to use, one-piece cushion with an incorporated non-slip bottom to keep it in place and a simple zip to secure.

The new TRIPP TRAPP mini baby cushion is an extra padded, extra supportive cushion designed to be used when baby first starts to sit unaided. To be used with the Baby Set until they have mastered the art of sitting unaided.


Stokke Steps
New STOKKE STEPS baby set cushions in new colours and new chair cushions too. The cushions are for added comfort and styling as your child grows. With a non-slip base they can be used as soon as the baby set has been removed.

Definitely thumbs up from the Luna team. We are very excited to see accessories for grown ups!


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 PS: That all black version must win many monochrome addicted hearts!
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