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Changing Table Options

Simple or Swank: Changing Tables

If heirloom furniture, quilted bedspreads and Winnie the Pooh aren't your cup of tea, these sleek and modern changing tables might be more fitting of your decorative taste.
Simple: Dwell for Target crafts a chocolate brown and white option with three drawers and a changing table area on top for only $279.
Swank: The Nurseryworks Two-Wide Changing Table from Giggle has three pull drawers with a circle decor side cabinet for extra storage. On top, there is room for a changing pad and two extra crannies for lotions, diapers or what have you. The "bubbly" swank version will cost you a whopping $1200!

Which one do you prefer?

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LiLRuck44 LiLRuck44 7 years
I don't care for either of them, but Giggle is WAY more responsible about where/how their products are made!
uptown_girl uptown_girl 7 years
Well, let me be the first to say... I LOOOOVE it! All my furniture has really clean straight lines, with a modern, yet warm feel. I think the Target one is something I could see myself buying when I have kids! I can't stand the antique look.
faerymagick15 faerymagick15 7 years
I hate the "modern" look for nurseries. I like classic and antique. The whole modern minimalist look for a baby's room is just plain ugly to me. So, I wouldn't buy either one.
lickety-split lickety-split 7 years
both are too expensive i think. we used a piece that i had already (the cushion for the changing table fit perfectly). it was a hutch/server for the dinning room and i took to top off (shelves).
kikidawn kikidawn 7 years
I'm not really sure I like either of these. I'm not into Winnie the Pooh either. Either I will do my kids' rooms in plain colors (i.e. pink & brown / blue & black etc) or I want to do The Very Hungry Caterpillar :)
anniekim anniekim 7 years
Neither one these appeal to me. I don't have Winnie the Pooh in my kids' room, either.
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