Upcycle: Baby Changing Table to Desk

DIY 04.02.15
I picked up this incomplete baby changing table from atrash pile. If you'll notice, there are only 2 support beams, and two shelf pieces,therefore I couldn't just reconstruct this as a baby changing table. I love challenges like this!

I tossed around a few ideas: a tree swing, a bench and a desk.

I went with the desk because I don't have a good tree swing worthy branch and I don't need another bench.

What do you have in your house that could be converted into something more useful or needed in your life?

Time: 2 Hours Difficulty: Moderate

To see more: http://eveofreduction.com/upcycle-baby-changing-table-to-desk/

  • Steve G
    Steve G Fort Collins, CO
    This looks great. I'll have to remember this one. I just gave up my home office, but eventually I might be able to have one again - and I could use the changing table my babies used.
  • Gail Salminen
    Great idea - you made a distinguished piece of furniture from trash, amazing!
  • Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY
    Awesome idea!
  • Becky
    Becky Blair, NE
    Oh I love this! If you need one you could add a cork board by adhering sheet cork to the back panels. You'd have to use straight pins or the itty bitty sequin pins but it could work.
  • Alina  Noval
    Alina Noval Clearwater, FL
    well its beautiful but we don;t have the ability to do that
  • Faith Cox
    Wow! Great job! and so ingenius!
  • Jeanette S
    Jeanette S Atlanta, GA
    Wow! Trash to treasure success story! Good Job!
  • Bette Towsley
    Bette Towsley Sand Lake, MI
    and it's so good looking!
  • Kate F
    Kate F New Britain, CT
    Wow - you're good! that is adorable especially for a child or teenager! Clearly you have a keen sense of vision.
  • Janice jenkins
    Janice jenkins Bonne Terre, MO
    Love your ideas don't have the means of doing it but will refer to when I get the chance :)
  • Mindi @ MyLove2Create.com
    I really love this! Great job!
  • Alina  Noval
    Alina Noval Clearwater, FL
    GREAT IDEA
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