Baby Changing Table

Deanie Penick
by Deanie Penick
Took this used and rickety baby changing table and turned into a useable and handy use for it.
Removed the bottom two drawers and removed the top rails and sanded down the entire piece.

Painted it red, bright red!!! It IS MY favorite color!! Sanded and added a wood grain pine on top.
Added on one the side, a paper towel roll for the use of holding dish cloths.
On the other side, added hooks for large utensils.
Added beautiful pitcher where the two drawers were previously removed.
Wha La!!!! Voila!!!! Here It Is!!! You Got It!!! (in whatever language you want)!!!!

Also added two short wooded stools for the other side, as a snack bar for our two grand babes. But this is my new kitchen island!!!
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  • Christy Roppel Christy Roppel on Jan 25, 2017
    Hi! I, too, love this! I have 2 questions: 1. Did you have to take the rails off the inside where you took out the two drawers? It looks like you left them on the left side, but the right side looks flat/smooth inside. 2. Where did you get your paper towel holder? Thanks!
  • Liz Reuland Hentrich Liz Reuland Hentrich on Apr 17, 2017

    Sorry, but didn't feel like reading through all 300+ comments. What type of paint did you use and do you remember the name of the color?

  • Michele Miller Michele Miller on Oct 28, 2018

    How do I put the top on the dresser. I'm using my grandmothers dresser.

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