Line up the seat on the top of the NEDDA covered step and drive 4 countersunk screws through the seat and straight into the wood – make sure these screws are long enough to hold the seat but short enough to not poke through the other side.
Hey presto, a Stokke Tripp Trapp inspired, Kiddy-Climb-In dining chair for less than $25 AUD and about half an hour to put it together.
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