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The Best Toddler Tables and Chairs That Aren’t Eyesores

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All the world’s most ambitious plans, indispensable inventions, and architectural masterpieces have at one point or another been unfurled dramatically on a worktable, where great minds can go to work.

It’s no different with toddler tables and chairs, which give kids a space of their own to draw their artistic masterpieces, build Lego structures, and break bread together during snack time. At the same time, the best toddler best toddler table and chairs allow you to protect your fancy, adult dining tables and upholstered chairs from the horror shows we call slime and kinetic sand.

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When choosing toddler furniture sets, make sure you get a set that’s right size for your child’s age and size, but can also grow with them. You don’t want something minuscule that you’ll throw out in six months.Kids’ chairs tend to stand 10 to 12 inches off the ground, making them easy for kids to manage without requiring assistance to get up or down. The chairs you choose should be sturdy and durable enough to support older kids. Consider how many chairs you need, how easy the set is to assemble and to clean, and whether you want to keep it out or store it when it’s not being used. 

If you want a retro kiddie set that fits in with your adult home decor, this table and chair set is for you. You can also build on to this set, meant for kids three and older, by adding a step stool and extra chairs. Assembly is super-easy, with no tools required. You just spin the table and chair legs on. And the chair weight limit is 150 pounds.

This table and chair set, sized for kids ages three to eight, is easy to assemble and made from solid wood. It's unobtrusive and looks at home in any room of your house. The chairs are have a 100 pound weight limit, are tip-resistant and have a seat height of 11 inches, so they'll last your kids a good long time.

If you prefer bright colors (and find us a kid who doesn't), this well-crafted set is a winner. It's made of solid wood. Plus, these chairs have an 11.25 inch height and support up to 100 pounds each, so they'll serve your family for years.

Miss Mad Men? Then this set is calling your name. Yes, it's on the pricier side, but the backless metal stools have a weight limit of 200 pounds. So we're talking serious longevity. The set itself is made of steel, so you just wipe it down to clean it, and the stools have have flared legs to reduce the risk of tipping over.

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