Some moms try their hardest to have their baby's accessories fit in with their furnishings. The bright-colored plastic of the most well-known baby brands doesn't always complement their aesthetic. When a tot reaches the six-month mark and begins eating solid food, parents looking to blend their child's seating in with their own may turn to wooden high chairs to create a uniform look. These more traditional-looking chairs won't set you back a month's rent.

Simple: The Eddie Bauer Wooden Highchair ($120) is available in two wood finishes and features an adjustable tray table, rubber grips to keep it in place, and a three-point harness.
Swank: The Van Beek Kids Peek A Boost Chair ($350) is made of solid birch, boasts a five-point harness, and comes with a removable phthalate-free plastic tray. $50 from the sale of each chair is donated to one of eight charities benefiting victims of abuse and women and children in need.