Badger Basket’s Diaper Corner Baby Changing Table is an innovative and unique angle on changing tables! Capitalize on normally unused corner space Change your infant with feet pointing towards you Two large middle shelves and six triangle side shelves The Diaper Corner is a convenient way to add an unobtrusive changing station to any other floor or room in the house Includes a changing pad, with white, terrycloth pad cover, and a safety belt, too Personalize the look of the table by adding baskets to contain small items and baby supplies (baskets sold separately) Use as a storage/book/game shelf or TV/media center when your child outgrows the changing table
Features: Transform a corner of your baby's nursery into a dressing and diapering station Abundant storage space on either side of the changing area and below Change your baby's diaper with feet pointing towards you Includes foam changing pad, fabric pad cover, and safety belt Wipe clean as needed Measures approximately 35 inches H, 28.75 inches from the back corner to the front edge, and 40.5 inches W from corner to corner For children weighing up to 30 pounds Manufacturer's 30 Day Limited Warranty
Sturdy table made with wood, wood composites, and veneers Fabric pad cover is 100% Cotton Changing pad is polyurethane foam covered with wipe clean PEVA (non-PVC) vinyl All paints and finishes are non-toxic
The Diaper Corner measures 35 inches H to the top of the contoured changing pad (32 inches H from floor to top shelf), 28.75 inches from the back corner to the front edge, and 40.5 inches W from corner to corner Changing pad: 31.5 inches L x 16 inches W x 3.5 inches H Assembled weight: 33.5 lbs All measurements approximate
Wipe the table and changing pad clean with a damp cloth and mild soap as needed and dry thoroughly Fabric pad cover can be machine washed in cold water, gentle cycle, and air dry or tumble dry low Changing table is for use with children weighing up to 30 lbs (13.6 kg) Adult assembly required Illustrated assembly instructions included Meets all currently applicable testing standards Product includes a limited warranty of 30 Days Parts to the original purchaser Product may vary slightly from shown and described Props/accessories shown are for illustration purposes only and are not included with the product Actual color/finish may vary slightly from screen display This item ships in its original carton that may include a product photo.
Quantity Available in Stock
Tools Needed for Assembly; Adult Assembly Required
Assembled Dimensions (L x W x H)
40.5" x 28.75" x 35"
Wood, MDF with Veneer, Fabric, PEVA Vinyl, Polyurethane Foam
Phase 2 Compliant
Country of Origin
Birth - 2 Years
For children weighing up to 30 pounds (13.6 kg)
30 Day Limited Manufacturer Warranty
2 business days
Shipping Dimensions (L x W x H)
36.5" x 25.5" x 5"
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I love this changing table because it allows the baby to face you while you change her instead of doing it to the side like a regular changing table. Sideways changing tables should be outlawed. Once you use a corner changing table you will never want to use a sideways one again. This makes changing diapers so much easier! And with a newborn, when you're changing a million diapers a day, it's stuff like a corner changing table that makes it all a little more bearable.
This worked perfectly for me and is exactly what I was looking for. We aren't fond of doing side changing of diapers. This lets us change her from her feet side and its wonderful. I honestly love this thing, the only reason I gave 4 stars is that the changing pad is crap and the design doesn't let you use a normal one very well. We did use a normal one but it just takes some manipulation to fold the top corners up. I would give it ten stars if it was just a little bigger to be able to use a normal pad or if they actually put in the effort to create a pad that was worth using.
When my unit arrived, many of the side shelf pieces had damage to them from shipping. Chips, scratches...mainly unsightly issues. However, the company is very good about and makes it very easy to replace damaged pieces on their website. The side shelves also would not really hold things well as is. But, I discovered if I took the old (bad looking) shelves that I replaced with the newly delivered nice looking ones, and stacked them, it gave me a much, much firmer shelf that I felt then could hold my items. So don't throw away damaged side shelves, tuck them up under your replacements for sturdier shelving.The changing pad cushion is absolutely awful and not usable. It's very thin...almost non-existent and there is no way to safely secure it to the unit. The company has designed it to be screwed onto the top shelf..which sounds ok until you realize they give you washers and screws that pull right through the weave of the straps without the slightest bit of pressure. It's akin to pushing a tennis ball through a fishing net. It might stick for a moment..but if you thump it, it pops out. This is not secure enough for a child.
I ordered this as opposed to a typical rectangular changing table because we are extremely short on space and this has a much smaller footprint. I really like the orientation to the baby, makes so much sense once you start changing him that way. I find this changing table quite sturdy, as I often find myself leaning on it and play peek-a-boo games with my son after I'm done changing him. The unit doesn't shift or creak or anything, even with the added weight of my upper body leaning on it. The storage is great, but a bit awkward for baskets and things on the sides. My wipes warmer fits well in one of the triangle areas, which was a pleasant surprise.Is the actual changing pad thin and sad? Yes, but it's not like he's sleeping on the changing table. It does its job.Am I finding my son to be outgrowing the length of the changing pad? Yup, he's only got a few more inches of room at 5 months old. Again, he only lays there to be changed, so I'm not losing sleep over it.The cover for the pad is thin and not particularly soft, and I also had a hard time fitting it on there. Mine seems to be a regular rectangular shape without a pointed end, which is not the way the pad is shaped. Weird. My soft minky cover fits better anyway, just tuck the extra fabric underneath the pad.This was fairly easy to put together, it came with no damage whatsoever. I would like it if the stickers telling you which piece was A piece, B piece, C piece, etc. were in a bit more of a conspicuous place so you wouldn't see them or the remnants of them that are hard to get off once the thing is assembled.Overall, would I buy this again? In a heartbeat. It's exactly the shape I needed, in the color I needed, for a reasonable price. I do wish that either another company would make one that fixes all the common complaints, or that Badger Basket would redesign it, fixing at least some of the complaints.