Transform your IKEA highchair with stylish accessories to complement your home

About Dineosaur

Hands up if you too were that first-time parent who couldn’t wait to start weaning and introducing your tiny human to the flavours of the world. Keep that hand up if the dream didn’t quite meet the reality…

Dineosaur was born from a desire to make weaning for parents easier whilst adding customisable style to your dining room without the outlay of a £300 chair.

A non-foldable highchair can be an eye-sore in your home, especially nowadays where staying in is the (not-so) new going out. But what if you could transform the look of your highchair to match your interior style, giving it pride of place at your table rather than trying to hide it in the corner?

Our range of wipeable highchair cushion covers, placemats, footrests and adhesive leg covers have been designed to make your chair look beautiful, help to make the mess more manageable and reduce fussiness whilst eating. Our products allow your little one the freedom to fling their food without raising your heart rate three times a day.


IKEA Highchair Accessories including oak and ash wooden footrest, silicone placemat, silicone bib, leg vinyl wraps
Dineosaur Founder Daisy - Small Business UK - Female Entrepreneur

Meet The Team

I’m Daisy the founder of Dineosaur, or as I’m better known these days ‘Dylan’s Mum’.

I’m not going to lie, I found becoming a parent HARD. Dylan suffered with silent reflux, which was undiagnosed for four months, and we had a rocky first six months whilst we tried to get it under control. Paediatricians recommended we started weaning early at around five months, which in hindsight put a lot of pressure on myself and my husband and our little boy.

Dylan struggled to sit up properly in his Antilop highchair and would only eat when he could rest his feet on my knees. Extensive research highlighted the importance and necessity to support your little one’s core stability with a cushion and footrest whilst eating and the idea for Dineosaur grew from there.

Coming back to work from maternity leave is a difficult transition for any parent, but not having any work to come back to at all due to the pandemic was a bit of a shock to the system. I had always wanted to start my own business, having spent years helping other brands to grow, so as the pandemic began and my maternity leave ended I set about creating a brand of my own. The rest, as they say is history. 

IKEA Highchair Accessories including oak and ash wooden footrest, silicone placemat, silicone bib, leg vinyl wraps

About Dineosaur

Hands up if you too were that first-time parent who couldn’t wait to start weaning and introducing your tiny human to the flavours of the world. Keep that hand up if the dream didn’t quite meet the reality…

Dineosaur was born from a desire to make weaning for parents easier whilst adding customisable style to your dining room without the outlay of a £300 chair.

A non-foldable highchair can be an eye-sore in your home, especially nowadays where staying in is the (not-so) new going out. But what if you could transform the look of your highchair to match your interior style, giving it pride of place at your table rather than trying to hide it in the corner?

Our range of wipeable highchair cushion covers, placemats, footrests and adhesive leg covers have been designed to make your chair look beautiful, help to make the mess more manageable and reduce fussiness whilst eating. Our products allow your little one the freedom to fling their food without raising your heart rate three times a day.

Dineosaur Founder Daisy - Small Business UK - Female Entrepreneur


Meet The Team


I’m Daisy the founder of Dineosaur, or as I’m better known these days ‘Dylan’s Mum’.

I’m not going to lie, I found becoming a parent HARD. Dylan suffered with silent reflux, which was undiagnosed for four months, and we had a rocky first six months whilst we tried to get it under control. Paediatricians recommended we started weaning early at around five months, which in hindsight put a lot of pressure on myself and my husband and our little boy.

Dylan struggled to sit up properly in his Antilop highchair and would only eat when he could rest his feet on my knees. Extensive research highlighted the importance and necessity to support your little one’s core stability with a cushion and footrest whilst eating and the idea for Dineosaur grew from there.

Coming back to work from maternity leave is a difficult transition for any parent, but not having any work to come back to at all due to the pandemic was a bit of a shock to the system. I had always wanted to start my own business, having spent years helping other brands to grow, so as the pandemic began and my maternity leave ended I set about creating a brand of my own. The rest, as they say is history.