Baby changing table ideas

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Hello, does anyone have an idea for a changing table?
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  • Sherrie Sherrie on Jan 13, 2015
    I didn't do this, but my daughter did, she took a dresser and took a piece of foam to cover the top and made a plastic encasing and then she made a couple of crib sheets to match. She also painted the dresser to match her brand new baby's room.

  • Dianne Anderson Dianne Anderson on Jan 13, 2015
    I bought a changing table years ago when my son was born. Everything matched. Now, I'd search the thrift and sed furniture stores, find a dresser that is the right height (very important) and fix that up. Sherrie, above, has a good idea. I like the idea of using what you already have and re-purposing it too. Good luck.

  • Maley Aka STLJunkie Maley Aka STLJunkie on Jan 13, 2015
    For my grandson, we used a dresser (that he still has in his room) and added some rail type trim along all 4 edges for safety. We had to paint them white to match the dresser before nailing them in. A regular size changing table pad fit right inside. (We used nails rather than glue so that they could be removed later. That required the small holes to be filled and then the top was repainted.) You could even leave the railing on the dresser top. It was a pretty easy DIY.

  • KS KS on Jan 13, 2015
    An old entertainment center looks fantastic upcycled into a changing table.

  • Sue Myers Case Sue Myers Case on Jan 13, 2015
    bedroom hutch dresser, move the shelves up for additional storage.

  • Kay Kay on Jan 17, 2015
    Hello! I actually have a very nice changing table...I want to know if anyone has any ideas to re purpose it. Thank you

  • Tracy Snyder Tracy Snyder on Jan 17, 2015
    @Kay What about a bar cart. I have my eye out for just the right changing table that doesn't look like a changing table. lol We don't drink so I was planning to use one as a coffee station instead of a bar cart.

  • Kay Kay on Jan 19, 2015
    hmm. good idea. I live in a small cottage and really want to re purpose it for something "useful" for my size of living space. thank you anyway!