Seimi is a Finnish company which started a line of baby furniture last year after--all together now--a couple of designers had a kid and were disappointed with the modern options for new parents.
The line continues to evolve and expand this year, too. The new version of their fabric- or wood-paneled Peti crib is now a convertible, which adapts from bassinet/changing table to crib to toddler bed to daybed, all without any add-on parts.
And they introduced the ingenious Rinki high chair, too; it's basically a round bar stool which converts to a high chair via an outer ring that raises and lowers like a collapbsible drinking cup.
Seimi's exclusive US distributor these days is designer David Netto, so why not drop a line and ask the Peti and Rinki will be available?