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  1. Baby Changing Table

    A friend of ours recently had her first baby. Using a suggestion I got from LJ.com, I went to the Lowe's website and got the plans. It would seem that Lowe's plans are created for the very occasional woodworker. No complex joinery here, but it did help ensure that the project moved along very...
  2. American Girl Changing Table or Bunk Beds

    I didn't have much time to build this combination American girl changing table or bunk bed, basically two days before it was due so the artistic side of the project suffered. I used poplar and the lacquer finish was applied with spray equipment.
  3. Changing Table

    I learned so much doing this project. This was my first piece of furniture. Before this, I was building picture frames and birdhouses. This was my first project buying wood from a hardwood store, and therefore, my first work with red oak. I used a router and fence to joint the boards and...
  4. Dresser/Changing Table

    July/August 2010 - Maple - Dresser: 54"w X 33"t X 21"d - Changing Table: 48"w X 11"t X 18"d
  5. Changing table/Dresser

    First changing table dresser built for my first grand child. Construction design came from WoodCrafter magaizine. Constructed of white oak and birch plywood. Picutured as a changing table without the pad to lay baby on. Front curved piece is removable to place solid top once it is ready to...
  6. Walnut Dresser/Changing Table

    Walnut version of Changing table/Dresser previously built with white oak, this one for our second grandchild. Minor design differences as compared to previous build. Design from WoodCrafter magazine. Views show as changing table (with out pad) and as dresser. Drawer pulls are miss mitched in...
  7. Butterfly Inlaid Changing Table & Dresser in Cherry and Maple

    I built this dresser/changing table for my first born, Annalise. It features a exotic wood butterfly inlay and curly maple "racing stripe" in the top, fluted cherry side and door panels, and a removable top "drawer box". The main internal structure is birch plywood with frame-and-panel sides...
  8. Arts 'n Crafts(ish) Sideboard

    This was built primarily as a changing table for my brother-in-law and his wife. It's mostly black walnut with some tinted sweetgum (I ran out of walnut). The corner pieces are rhododendron and the pulls are Lilac. The rhododendron has almost the same qualities and color as holly except not...
  9. Changing Table/Dresser

    My wife is due with our first in about 2 weeks so I got this done just in time. This is my first major project since high school and my first time making drawers so there were some decent pains. I couldn't find any plans I liked online so I asked my wife to find a couple of pictures of changing...
  10. Contemporary Dresser | Custom

    This is a dresser that was commissioned by a customer that was going to use it as a changing table. The brought in an example of something similar and we modified the size to fit their purpose for it. With it having a more of a dresser look the customer will be able to use it even after the...
  11. Changing Table / Dresser

    Ok, I have an upcoming granddaughter due in October. I made the Wood magazine crib in June, but everyone's made that one. They are great plans and the project went together well. Then I designed the dresser/changing table to go with it. It matches nicely and was inspired by the design of...
  12. Another changing table

    Here is a changing table I made for one of my contractors. Made from solid red oak. I will add a picture of the finished product when I get one. My contractor wanted to stain/finish it himself. I made it where the top is removable so it can be turned into a book shelf or storage shelf after...
  13. Changing Attachment on Custom Dresser

    Built in our Wood Buddies shop at the request of the son and daughter-in-law of my wood buddy. The unit had to have certain dimensions and a set number of drawers. They requested we design it so in the future it could be used as a dresser with a mirror. The last picture shows how we attached...
  14. Crib and changing table

    We're expecting our first little one, due in about 3 weeks from now, so I took the opportunity to try my hand at building some bigger furniture (have previously built a bench and bookcase). This was also the first project that I had used plans versus drawing things out myself and making...
  15. changing table

    I built this for the grandson that i built the crib for.I made it so you could use it for a changing table or a dresser. I built on g&g style.
  16. Changing Table

    White changing table made of pine and painted white. I made it with all my pine left over from my previous project. So it costed me nearly zero $. Still in serve after 18 months!
  17. Dresser/Changing Table #1

    Had the good fortune to get our first two grandchildren (both grandsons) in 2013. One was born in March and the other in August. My daughter asked for a changing table but I thought it would be better to make a dresser with a changing table on top that could be removed later on. I barely...
  18. Changing Table/Dresser

    This is the dresser I made for my daughter. It's made of pine, stained cherry. This was the first time I had ever made dovetailed drawers: They ended up being nice and sturdy, but unfortunately a little too wide. So I had to change my plans to use side mount drawer slides to use under...
  19. Pine Changing Table

    This is a changing table that I designed and built for my new born niece. It is made from pine and pine plywood. The tops are solid pine, glued up. The carcass is 3/4 ply. The drawer fronts are also solid pine. This is the first dresser type project i have made. The coffee table I made had...
  20. Wood magazine crib and changing table

    Here is my version of the Wood Magazine set I made for our first little one. All construction processes are almost identical to the plans. I just changed the style a little. They are out of QSWO. Unfortunately the sides of the changing table are just birch ply. I dyed them to match for now...
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