This was my first major furniture project. My daughter wanted a changing table and this looked like it would be a good choice.I made a few modifications; it's a little taller as my daughter and her husband are on the tall side, I also added a small rail to keep the changing pad from sliding off. Overall it was a great learning experience. I have built several outdoor pens and small houses for our chickens, but this was my first attempt at a piece of furniture. I think it turned out well, and my daughter and her husband are happy with it (and that is what matters).Of course I see the mistakes but I learned from them and now know what to do (or not to do) next time. Plans are great, easy to follow ....thank you ANA!! Can't wait to try another plan.
Built from Plan(s)
Estimated Time Investment
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Type of Wood
Used cedar for one drawer that will be blanket storage and birch in the other. The rest is pine and birch plywood.
Rustoleum - American Walnut, Weathered Gray, Wheat, Willow with a top of American Walnut, and Carrigton. 3 coats of polycrylic, and the frame is HGTV Home Cream from Sherwin Williams.
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