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New Bloom high chair and accessories

New Fresco Chrome and seat pad colours

Bloom Fresco denim seat insert

The new Bloom Fresco denim seat pad.

Fashionable baby brand Bloom has added a new chrome-finish Fresco high chair to its range as well as three new colours to its seat insert line up.

Style-conscious parents keen to tie in their baby gear with their décor can now buy black or grey ‘snakeskin’ textured fabric or denim seat pads.  Bloom believes that these muted, darker colours will ‘complement an understated modern home’.

Bloom Fresco high chair

You can read our full review of the – which is similar to the Bloom Fresco but can be extended to fit under a breakfast bar – to see how it fared in our tough laboratory tests.

These tests include assessing how well the seat insert cleans up after a variety of hard-to-remove foods are thrown at it.

New Fresco Chrome on its way

Fans of the Fresco design may be pleased to know that there is a new version of the Fresco on its way with a sleek new chrome finish. 

Bloom has also updated the design of the high chair with some new and improved features including a re-engineered recline, reinforced footrest, new buckle release system, a click in and out safety bar and an optional sculpted booster seat to enable the high chair to be used as a seat for newborns.

Bloom Fresco Chrome

The new and updated Bloom Fresco Chrome.

The new Fresco high chair should be available in May and we’ll be getting one in for a first look review as soon as we can.

Available across other Bloom ranges

Bloom has also designed seat pads in the new colours for its folding high chair, the Nano and baby bouncer, the Coco.

They are available to buy now.

More on this…

  • Read our full and in-depth high chair reviews
  • See what parents really think of the latest feeding gadgets in our baby feeding equipment first look reviews
  • Visit Which? Birth Choice for expert advice on understanding your maternity options and rights
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