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Wall Mounted Changing Tables

Simple or Swank: Wall Mounted Changing Tables

When babe's nursery is cramped with a crib, dresser, rocking chair and bookcase many parents think they can do without a changing table. Certainly families can deal without one by changing diapers on the floor or in the crib, but when the nappy runneth over, it's nice for the mess to be caught on a washable pad instead of the carpet. When space is an issue, wall mounted changing tables may be mum's answer.

Simple: The IKEA Antilop ($70) table is simple and white making it easy to decorate around and disguise on a wall.
Swank: For 10 times the IKEA option, Bo Ekstrom's wall mounted changing table ($750) offers a more modern look with bent wood and built in shelves.

Which option do you prefer?

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beautifulmel beautifulmel 6 years
The simple is sleek and not too bad. If I could figure out some heavy duty wall anchors, I'd have no problem. Personally, I'm going to take a vintage table and cover the top with foam and upholster it with sleek, non-porous vinyl. That's a $20 project I *know* won't fall off the wall.
lms lms 6 years
The swank looks better but the price is ridiculous.
Chouette4u Chouette4u 6 years
Hmm. Well I don't think I would trust an Ikea-made wall mounted changing table, but I wouldn't want to spend $750 on a changing table either.
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