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South Shore Little Smileys Changing Table with Removable Changing Station- Gray Oak

Item# 023V008445066000P | Model# 9072337 | Added on October 17, 2016 |
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South Shore Little Smileys Changing Table with Removable Changing Station- Gray Oak
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This transitional-style changing table from the Little Smileys collection, in a rich Gray Oak finish, provides you with two very practical open storage spaces, several drawers and a secure surface on which you can confidently put your “little precious” down. When your child is older, you can remove the edge of this changing table and convert it into a handsome chest that you will enjoy using for years to come. The decorative groove on its top drawer, its recessed sides and its wooden knobs will add charm to baby’s room.

  • Decorative groove on the upper drawer and recessed sides which enhance its transitional style
  • Gray Oak wooden knobs
  • 2 easily accessible open storage spaces for baby products, including 1 detachable shelf
  • 2 drawer sizes, to meet all your storage needs: three large drawers on the left and a smaller one on the right
  • The changing station is removable, allowing for a transformation into a chest
  • Surface divided into two sections: one for laying baby down, and another that ensures easy access to everything you need
  • Top of the changing table features rounded contours and a secure front panel for added safety
  • Metal drawer slides
  • Meets or exceeds all North American safety standards
  • Changing pad and accessories not included
  • Requires complete assembly by 2 adults (tools not included)
  • Ships in a heavy box, make sure to have a friend with you
  • Packaging tested and certified to reduce the risk of damage during shipment
  • Made in North America with non-toxic laminated
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