What is the one thing that is missing from the Ikea Antilop highchair? A footrest!
Our footrest helps provide the ideal 90 degree angle eating angle for your baby's hips, knees and ankles. We believe that having your baby in this position encourages safer eating and allows them to focus more on their meal which in turn promotes a better and more comfortable eating experience.
Our footrest is fully adjustable so it can easily be moved up and down the highchair legs as your little eater grows.
We think that our Bamboo footrest looks great with all of our leg wraps!
Please note as wood is a natural product each footrest will vary in colour and wood grain.
Please note, all footrest purchases are for the footrests only. The Ikea high chair is not included.
Benefits and Features
- Suitable from the moment your child is ready to sit in the high chair (5/6 months upwards).
- Adjustable to the height required as your child grows.
- Easy to clean (wipe with a damp cloth after mealtime).
- Made from Bamboo.
- No maintenance or treatment required.
- Compatible with the Ikea Antilop highchair.
How to Install
Installation is straightforward and easy! We provide 4 black o-rings provide a snug and secure fit for the footrest. The o-rings are installed to the front legs of the highchair (two for use below the footrest and two above).
Simply roll the o-rings up over one end of the highchair leg to the desired position. The footrest can then be placed by sliding onto the highchair legs above the o-rings.
Please note that the top o-rings are not crucial to be used and that choice is yours. You may find as your little one grows they may use their feet to play and lift the underside of the footrest. In that case, place o-rings above the footrest.
Please ensure children remain under supervision while in the highchair and safely harnessed in at all times. The footrest may provide leverage making it easier for your little one to push themselves out or stand up in their highchair.
Please keep all o-rings out of the reach of children as they are not a toy and could potentially be a choking hazard.