Changing Table

Submitted by bd on Sat, 04/19/2014 - 15:00

This was actually the second changing table I made based off this set of plans. The first one was a painted pine piece that went to the church nursery. I made the shelves deeper and the wider to accommodate the changing pad and have extra room for a wipe warmer and a lamp.

Neither of the big box stores had oak trim (I guess it's a regional thing?), so I had to spend some extra money on a nice piece of trim from a custom shop. I had quite a bit of oak plywood left over from a previous project, so the cost of the project all evened out in the end (kind of).

I also didn't make the top "removable." I figured if I want a book shelf in the future, I'll make a bookshelf instead of having an old changing table with holes on the top from screws.

Just like all of my projects, there a few blemishes, but all in all I was pretty pleased with the way this one turned out. Thanks for the plans, Ana!

Built from Plan(s)
Estimated Time Investment
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Type of Wood
Red Oak
Finish Used
Minwax Red Oak (2 coats) and Minwax Polyurethane - Gloss (2 coats)
Recommended Skill Level

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