Amy and Jeremy Clark join their son, Edison, in the dining room of their woodland retreat; the Thatcher chairs by Newport Furniture and a dining table by Caperton of West Virginia are both from Room & Board. Edison’s high chair is the Tripp Trapp model by Stokke.
The main living room at this converted gameskeeper's cottage in England is an open-plan space with an integrated kitchen and dining area. The table, made by the architect and shrouded in Marimekko, is outfitted with blue Tripp Trapp adjustable children's chairs; the striped rug is from Ikea.
From the bones of a neglected farmstead in rural Scotland emerged this low-impact, solar-powered family home. The bottom floor contains the kitchen and the dining area; the lounge is upstairs. The cabinets are from Ikea, as are the table and chairs, and the child’s Tripp Trapp chair is from Stokke.
An assortment of dining chairs, including vintage iterations on the Eames shell chair by Charles and Ray Eames and Stokke's Tripp Trapp chair, are clustered around a table in this midcentury Portland home.
The sliding pocket wall at this Tokyo home opens to reveal Series 7 chairs by Arne Jacobsen. The kid's chair is a Tripp Trapp by Stokke.
Joining simple white chairs around the dining table at this budget-friendly Oslo apartment are red Tripp Trapp high chairs from Stokke—the same model the architect and owner had as a child.