The Wooden Froc Chair Expands as Children Get Older

 - Mar 26, 2013
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This wooden Froc chair gets around the many problems that parents have when buying furniture for young children. While high chairs are a necessary purchase, accounting for spillage and the rapid movement of babies, they are often thrown away once outgrown.

By contrast to most furniture pieces for youngsters, the wooden Froc chair actually expands as one gets older. It starts out with a bound around the circumference, locking toddlers in. This band can eventually be removed, making the transition to a chair fit for children around the age of 5. The interchangeable blocks of wood can also be raised, excellent for kitchen tables or computer chairs. For those with large families, this multifunctional concept will be of great significance.