Basic changing table for a besty

This was a quick and easy build. My friend needed a changing table and I had several scraps left from a toy box build. I will mention that using 2x2 firring strips is always my worst nightmare. They're rounded, never straight, and full of knots. They just don't give that professional feel. I had to use 1/2"x3" preferred pine on the ends in order for them to sit flush inside the 2x2's. Used the kreg pocket holes and assembly was easy. The changing pad frame on top attaches to the back with an L bracket so they can remove it and still use the table down the road. I hope they enjoy it for many years.

Estimated Cost
$80 using scraps, probably $175 without scraps
Estimated Time Investment
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Type of Wood
Pine and select pine
Finish Used
Glidden Duo interior semi-gloss in muslin white and Minwax satin polycrylic. Love this paint, more than Behr!
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