When kid number one entered our world and we were getting our nursery together there were two things my wife said I wasn’t allowed to build for the newborn: A Baby Crib and a Changing Table. (It’s like she doesn’t trust my builds…) With the arrival of baby number two a few years later those restraints relaxed a little and at this point she trusted me enough to design a Changing Table… for someone else!
Changing Table Plans
About The Build
This Changing Table is a very straight forward build that you should be able to knock out in a weekend with a few basic power tools. The one thing to note is to make sure whatever finish you use whether that’s paint or stain is safe around the baby. As every parent finds out… babies chew on everything. Our 10 month old physically bit me on the knee this week for no reason other than to be mean.
- (2) 2x2x96″ boards (use the four sides square prime cuts)
- (6) 1x2x96″ boards (use the four sides square prime cuts)
- (3) 3/4x48x48″ sanded plywood panels
- (2) 24×48″ underlayment panels (1/8″ thick)
Tools and Supplies Used
- 18 gauge brad nailer
- Miter Saw
- Random Orbit Sander
- Drill/Driver Kit
- Table Saw
So what about the DIY Changing Table build plans? Did you not see where I said above that all the plans are housed on Ryobi Nation? Hit the link above or Click Here to head to the full build that is available for free!
Liked this build? Then you’ll love the Farmhouse Style Bookcase I build for my daughter’s room!