Apr 13 2017

Get the Look: Changing Tables

Here are some awesome nursery changing tables that we found on Pinterest and pieces we have that could be transformed into very similar looks! We love showing you the potential of our pieces because sometimes they don’t look too awesome to being with 🙂

Image: Project Nursery

I love this blush pink dresser with the gold hardware. We’ve had many dressers in this style and sold many as changing tables. They are a great size and height for this purpose. We’ve done many in white- I’d love to do one in blush like this!

Can you picture it? If you look at the bones of this piece, you can see that it could totally transform into that beautiful blush piece above. It just desperately needs a new finish!

Image: Ave Styles

This is such a beautiful nursery! I love the deep rich colors. We have many cool mid century buffets and dressers that could be used as changing tables. We can stain to match this color or restore the piece to its original finish.

It’s just so beautiful! This would be great as a changing table, if you have a big room, because you can open the drawers with one hand while you keep your baby in place 😂 – this is a piece that can really grow up with your little one!

Image: Emily Henderson

We will never be a few weeks out from having these amazing campaign pieces in stock anymore, because we started making our own!! They have all the amazing components of their vintage counterparts but also have easy glides so they open and close so smoothly.

While you’ll see our first manufactured versions hit our site in the next few days, we also have this piece in right now. It’s identical to one I have in my son’s bedroom and I love it!

Image: Lay Baby Lay

Yes, another mid century version. We have a piece very similar to this one in our inventory. I also wanted to remind everyone that changing tables can be lower than you think. Mid century dressers do run a little lower than other styles, but they are often still within the recommended height for changing tables (about 30″ and up). Also, I love that wallpaper! It’s incredible!

This piece is awesome- I absolutely love the wood grain on it. It could be restored or painted or finished in a combination of paint and stain to preserve some of the cool wood.

Image Decor Pad

We have been selling a lot of transitional pieces lately! They are very popular. I love these pieces because they aren’t super ornate like more traditional pieces can be, but they still have some detail and some more texture than flatter styles like mid-century. When painted, the dimension just really makes the piece pop.

This one has very similar hardware and definitely has a similar style to the blue one! I’d love to do a piece in that beautiful light blue color. I love sharing examples of people using bright colors on furniture because it is easy to start to just paint everything black, white, or gray. Hope this gives you some fun ideas!

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