When I was a child all we had was the boring furniture of the day with absolutely no style what so ever. Today things are much different and you can convince your children early that you are cool and have good taste. It is apparent that there is a demand for luxury baby products and the grown up are willing to spend a little more to get style. As I reported earlier, when it comes to simple functionality it is very hard the beat the Tripp Trapp chair from Stokke, but here are a few high chairs that really have a modern touch. The Fleurville Calla High chair from industrial designer Yves Behar is a well rounded very non traditional high chair that will be right at home in a modern decor. Also shown is the Nest by designer Sally Dominguez that not only looks great but has height adjustable functionality so as you child grows the chair will go from a highchair, to booster seat, to a regular chair. Both of these models are made from UV stabilized polyethylene that is very durable and cleanable.