- Includes hamper, storage drawer, changing pad, and pad cover, Made with wood and engineered wood, Table wipes clean; Basket and hamper can be spot cleaned
Fits the baby room nicely but is an akward changing position
I love that this changing table fits nicely into a corner of the room, but I’ve found that it’s easier to change the baby while he’s laying sideways rather than with his feet pointing my stomach. The laundry basket is an awesome addition, especially since soiled clothing can be quickly deposited into the basket without having the leave the baby alone (which you should never do anyways).If you’re looking for some guidance on what you should buy for your baby registry (vs. what you can live without), visit AllMomsArePerfect.com and look under “preparing for baby.” It’s got tons of down to earth advice for those that like to be prepared when baby comes but don’t want to do all the research on every single baby product.
Great idea, poorly made, disappointingly cheap
I really love the design of this changer but am extremely disappointed in the quality. The wood is painted a black brown espresso color, and sloppily done. Globs of paint, and uneven coverage. The glue on the joints is exposed. The only wood on this unit is the structural legs and drawer glide. Everything else is fiberboard, with the exception of the triangle shelves, which are paperboard, and arrived bent and damaged. These boards are covered in a simulated wood grain paper. Much like contact paper. The chemical smell off gassing from the wood paint, glue,or mdf is horrendous. I have had it airing out, with the windows open, for 6 hours now, and it still smells so bad that it is like sticking my nose in a paint can. The changing pad is very flimsy, smelly, and oddly shaped, with a triangular shape at the corner. The pad cover is a thin terry. Doesn’t look like it will hold up. The canvas bins are a natural canvas color and are not very sturdy. My canvas bins from a big box retailer are far stronger. Super dissapointed. I really like the design, but they failed to meet even minimal quality standards.
Great design idea – ok quality
I love the corner changing table – it makes total sense to me. This gets the job done, but is by no means a quality piece of furniture. It’s on par with or just below IKEA. The changing pad is pretty terrible. It’s not sturdy or thickly padded and is quite flimsy. The fabric drawers are fine. The wood color is very typical espresso stain.
Nice for Corner Spots
My husband really wanted a changing table where we would be standing at baby’s feet, rather than facing sideways. So this one it was, and we haven’t regretted it. Assembly was easy, the amount of shelf space works well, and the drawer and hamper come in extremely handy. It’s a good height for us, too (we’re 5’5" and 5’10"). The changing pad cover was ruined in no time at all, but a certain Swedish furniture store makes a set of 2 covers that fit fine (just tuck in the pointy end at baby’s head), or you can always sew your own if you’re so inclined, of course.My only beef right now: What are we going to do with this beast between Baby 1 and Baby 2? Don’t think it will be practical to disassemble. May have to clear out an entire closet just to store it…
Corner changing table.
Really, really love this. Great if you have limited space. I really like that it points the baby’s feet towards you. Makes it much easier to change diapers. Easy to assemble. Did it by myself a month before my due date. Overall, very pleased with this purchase.
This product was as described. The 6 corner table centers are very thin and not secured. They will not support more than 10-15lbs. The basket and drawer are collapsible fabric style with a rigid bottom insert support. Fits well in a corner and stores enough to be useful. Overall very satisfied.