Are you busy planning the design and decoration of your baby’s room? An essential part of your tiny infant’s room is the changing table, where all the grooming, changing, and rearranging of diapers will be done.
It should be big enough to hold your little one and hold and organize all the necessities while still keeping in line with the style and vision of the room.
This is where we offer you 17 ideas and inspirations that allow you to choose the changing table according to your style. Let’s look at baby changing tables: we have various types ranging from modern to more traditional.
1. Changing tables with traditional baskets
This piece is a classic changing table, with its top and shelf below for organization. What we like about this corner is its comfort and its baskets to keep its order! The baskets ensure better organization, and we have direct access to all the necessary elements.
2. A simple white piece of furniture
This simple and small white chest of drawers is the perfect piece. To do this, get a white chest of drawers, large enough to install the small mattress. Arrange the necessary in the wardrobes of drawers in which you can add labels. Clever and straightforward storage while being chic and picturesque.
3. An elegant changing table
A bulky chest of drawers can be used for various things in the baby’s room. Sorting pajamas, creating a dining table, storage baskets, and books on the shelves!
4. Modern lines
Modern and chic with sleek lines and solid and clean edges, this stylish piece is an excellent addition to a contemporary nursery! The little extra of this piece is the frame of the changing mat. This hard surface adds a new element of modernity to this room.
5. A changing table with an entrance hall cabinet
At first glance, you may think this is a classic small white changing table, but in fact, you can get this kind of piece through various sites and stores.
Take a side/hall table and compose your deco table or sofa set with shelves, and you have an easy place to change.
6. Other features
A changing pad on a traditional dresser a hooked rack to help organize and keep nappies handy, it’s a great setup and a great alternative to a regular changing table.
7. A magical changing table
Take an old chest of drawers, repaint it, and add the basics of a changing table, and you’ve got a one-of-a-kind piece of furniture for your baby’s room that’s both unique and useful.
8. An old changing table door
This is an adorable and hot changing table; this piece is incredibly charming. Just add an extra shelf or two for your storage needs! Changing the table takes up very little space.
9. Changing table buffet
Floating shelves, baskets, and the black dresser that fills a room with such sophistication are some of the things that make this changing room unique. Powerful and modern energy emanates from this piece. We love all this space that changes according to the child’s age. This space is multifunctional and very refined.
10. A changing table in a closet
Take the closet and create a “corner” changing table. It will leave space in the child’s room. If your baby’s room is small and you have built-in wardrobes in the room: this idea is for you.
Turn part of the closet into a changing table. This idea is easy to do. It will give style to your baby’s room and more space in the room. It will also provide you with plenty of room to store and organize.
11. Vertical Ideas
A changing table that allows you to change your baby in an upright format – how awesome! And it’s so much easier and unique than classic, traditional ideas.
12. Inner Secrets
Inside a wardrobe, you could create a whole new world for you and your little one. Lock up the changing station at night and take it out for morning work most elegantly and subtly.
13. A cubic changing table
This is a set of cubes assembled to form a unique changing table for your child. This form of the changing table is very playful and reusable over time.
At first, it is a simple changing table, and then it turns into a storage unit for your child. It may not be a dresser or a changing table that helps you create your changing table style. Instead, it can be a set of organizational cubes that allow it!
14. A folding changing table
If you’re looking for space in your baby’s room, look for something similar to this folding system from Ikea. It’s a brilliant and innovative way to save space in the bedroom without worrying about any style.
This mirrored dresser makes the perfect changing table – because it distracts from necessity! Elegance and sophistication aren’t ways to describe a messy coat, so we love the contrast.
16. A practical changing table in roulette
Sometimes you don’t need a specific place for your baby’s changing table. Instead, you can create a changing table with casters and baskets that will do the trick in any house room!
17. Corner Styles
Using every inch of your baby’s room is functional and design-worthy. We loved this changing table for obvious reasons, right?!