4 DIY Changing Table Solutions

In the past we've taken a look at different diy solutions for a changing table. Although some families don't need or want one, some spaces truly benefit from a dedicated changing table. And in some homes, a custom solution has worked out best. Here are a few examples:

1. Tool Cart Changing Table: Here, a tool cart was repurposed as a changing table and in a bright yellow no less. The locking wheels add versatility.

2. Kitchen Cart Changing Table: Similarly, this family used a wheeled kitchen cart. When it's outlived its usefulness, perhaps you can reuse it elsewhere in our outside your home (a plant holder in the backyard perhaps?)

3. Metro Shelving Changing Table: Metro shelving is easily found at any big box retailer and once a month or so it goes on sale. It's inexpensive and with a little retrofitting for comfort it's an easy and inexpensive option for a changing table.

4. Mid Century Dresser Changing Table: Mid century dressers are always popular and there's good reason why. Their profile isn't very deep and they're so darn attractive. The only question is, will you keep it and make it an entertainment center, sell it, or let it stay in the nursery when your diapering days are done?

Do you have a great repurposed item you use for diaper changes? Find a perfect piece of furniture on Craigslist? We'd love to see it, make sure you drop us a line!

(Images: 1. Nesting blog (now defunct) 2. via DaddyTypes) 3. CasaSugar 4. Living in the Family Room)

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Sarah Trover has lived all across the Midwest and currently calls the hot dog-laden city of Chicago home. She rides scooters and seeks out kitchens that make the best pie.

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