A baby changing dresser is a wise purchase for expecting parents. There are so many things that the growing baby will need, which means that costs can add up over time. It makes sense to buy furniture that can be used for more than one purpose.
A baby changing station is a safe place for caregivers to change the baby, why not buy a dresser that is also a place to store baby clothes and changing items? This dresser can then be converted to just a dresser once the baby changing station is no longer needed.
There are many styles of dressers to choose from that are also a safe place to change the baby. White or dark walnut makes nice finishes that match any nursery décor. Consider a simple chest of drawers that safely houses a changing pad on the top with safety rails to keep baby from rolling around.
Another great option includes a set of drawers as well as four shelves. This dresser will grow with the baby through high school graduation. Use the shelves for baby changing items, then toys, and eventually text books will replace the toys.
There are many uses for a dresser that also works as a baby changing dresser. Before you buy, read the fine print.
The dresser should be made of materials that are safe for the baby. It should be sturdy enough to hold the baby and all supplies.
The one you choose may come with a nice changing pad to place on the top. When you read the specifications, you’ll discover that most dressers are purchased with a one year manufacturer’s warranty. These are all important considerations when you are buying furniture for the baby’s room.
When buyers order their baby changing dresser online, it will be delivered right to their door. The dresser will need to be put together using a few simple tools. Follow the directions provided carefully. First, take an inventory of every part listed. Next, use the directions to complete each step, one at a time. It won’t take long and your new baby dresser will be up and ready to use. Carefully place the soft pad on top, put the dresser in the nursery, and you’re done.