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Childcraft Arch Top Changing Table - Jamocha
The Arch Top Dressing Table by Childcraft matches our made by Sauder Shoal Creek collection as well as the Childcraft Camden crib. It features two shelves to store baby's supplies. 2 lower shelves for extra storage. Made of all wood construction with non-toxic jamocha wood or matte white finish. Includes dressing pad with security strap and buckle. Tip tested for safety. Made from pine wood with wood composite parts. Assembly required. Dimensions: 37.2 x 19.4 x 36.2 inches, 27.8 lbs
|Arch Top Changing Table - Jamocha||
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Comments about Arch Top Changing Table - Jamocha:
I was nervous buying this table because when compared to other tables it seemed cheap in price. I wasn't sure what I was going to get but I was pleasantly surprised. The arch top and sides are solid wood. The change table top is thick and is very sturdy. The espresso colour is a true espresso and matched our nursery perfectly. The table also arrived without any dings or marks. The only thing I wish it had were thicker shelves. The shelves hold alot of stuff (wipes, blankets, lotions, etc) and are not sagging but I wish they were as thick as the change table top to be safe. I also found that the cushion it came with was thin. I did purchase a thicker pad that was arched to keep my little one in the centre of the table.