Baby Changing Tables Galore: Ideas & Inspiration

Are you busy planning the design and decor of your baby-to-be’s nursery? One major element of baby’s bedroom is the changing station, where all the grooming, changing and rearranging of the diapers will be done. It has to be big enough to hold your little one but also hold and organize all of the necessities too, while keeping within the style and vision of the room. That’s where we come in handy, providing you with 20 great ideas and inspiration to choose from and ignite your creativity. Let’s take a peek at baby changing tables from traditional designs to more alternative features.

1. Traditional Baskets.

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This piece is a most classic changing table, with it’s top and shelving unit below for organizing. What we like about this corner is its coziness and baskets for keeping tidy!{found on urbangrace}.

2. Simple Whites.

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This simple and small white dresser is the perfect piece for multi-tasking. Add a plush changing pad atop and set out a caddy for keeping changing necessities – Voila! – chic and quaint.{found on fortheloveof}.

3. Elegant Dressings.

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A bulky dresser can be used for a variety of things in the nursery. Sorting pajamas, creating a changing station and displaying nick-knacks and books on the shelves!

4. Modern Lines.

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Modern and chic with elegant lines and strong, clean edges, this modern piece is such a great addition to a contemporary nursery! And we love the new, hard-sided changing pad that’s right on top.

5. Vintage Masculines

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Are you not swooning over this vintage-inspired dresser? It’s got a bold, masculine feel without taking away from the rustic charm – and what’s great is the functional use it holds besides just holding the clothes!{found on projectnursery}

6. Side Table Turns.

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At first glance you may think this is such a small, classic white changing table but in fact you can get this kind of piece throughout a variety of different sites and stores. Take a side table or sofa set with shelves and you’ve got yourself an easy changing spot.{found on littlebabygarvin}.

7. Alternative Features.

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A changing pad on top of a traditional dresser, peg boards behind to help with organizing and keeping diapers at a hand’s reach, this is such a fantastic and alternative set-up!

8. Minty Magics.

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Take an old dresser with great bones, repaint it, add some snazzy new hardware and you’ll have a unique furniture piece for your baby’s bedroom that serves as both necessity and style.{found on suddenlyinspired}.

9. Potters Benches.

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Made to be a potters bench but turned into an adorable and space-friendly changing table, this piece is incredibly charming. Just add an extra shelf or two for your storage needs!{found on oursweetabode}.

10. Contemporary Buckets.

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The floating shelves, the buckets and the black dresser that fills a room with so much sophistication and powerful, modern energy. We are loving this entire changing space.

11. Closet Hideaways.

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Take the closet and create a changing “nook.” It will leave space in the actual nursery for more playtime and style, but also give you ample amount of space for storing and organizing.

12.Vertical Ideas.

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A changing table that allows you to change your baby in a vertical format – it’s genius! And it’s so much easier and unique than the classic, traditional ideas.

13. Inside Secrets.

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Inside an armoire you could create a whole new world for you and your little one. Lock away the changing station at night and bring it out for the work in the morning in the most stylish and subtle of ways.

14. Cubby Times.

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It may not be a dresser or a table that helps you to create your own style of changing table. Instead, it may be a set of organizational cubbies that make it happen!{found on younghouselove}.

15. Flip Downs.

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If you’re really pushing for space in the nursery, look for a similar piece to this flip-down system from Ikea. It’s a smart and innovative way to save room in the bedroom without nixing on any style.{found on houzz}.

16. Mirror Mirrors.

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This gorgeous mirrored dresser makes the most perfect changing station – because it distracts from the necessity! Elegance and sophisticated aren’t ways to describe a messy diaper, so we love the contrast.

18. Roll Aways.

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Sometimes you don’t need a specific spot for your baby’s changing station. Instead, you can create a cart that will do the trick in any room of the house!

19. Corner Styles.

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Use every inch of your nursery is a functional and design-worthy way. We’ve in love with this corner changing table for obvious reasons, aren’t you?!

20. Idea Antiques.

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This is a fabulous DIY! An antique table turned into a wall-mounted changing station is such a great way to get creative and utilize the space and room that you’ve got for baby!{found on lovethomas}.