So your baby’s coming soon?
How excited you must be! I’ve been there, done that, and will never forget seeing my baby for the first time.
I also understand how undecided you are about buying nursery furniture for your baby, especially when it comes to wooden baby change tables. After all, these tables can be quite costly, so you need to get things right the first time.
To help you decide, I have listed below some of the pros and cons of buying wooden baby change tables:-
Advantages of Wooden Baby Change Tables.
When it comes to beauty, nothing compares to wood. Because it’s easy to work with, it can be shaped into different styles and designs, ranging from the simplest to the most ornate. You
can even have it customized any which way you desire.
Hardwood like pine and walnut can last a long time so you can reuse it for your next children. Some of my friends even handed down their tables to their kids for their grand kids.
One thing I love about these tables is that they’re so convenient to use. I load our Baby Change Table with all of baby’s stuff and pull or push it in the living room, bedroom, or whichever part of the house that I need to be in. That way, I don’t have to race back and forwards to the nursery just to get baby’s needs.
Yes, a baby change table is practical too. Aside from turning it into a mini storage cabinet for your baby’s clothes as he grows older, you can also use it for handy things like wipes, nappies etc.
There are so many websites that offer great tips on re purposing a baby changing table.
Disadvantages of Wooden Baby Change Tables.
Wood may be a tough and durable material, but it is vulnerable to scratching. I’ve seen some tables with lots of scratches. You can remedy this by sanding those scratches out and applying a coat of non-toxic lacquer.
Wooden Baby Change Tables are by no means cheap. They are usually priced at $100 upwards. You can also check out used baby changing tables if you are looking for something a little cheaper.
Beauty, durability, safety, convenience and practicality are the benefits that you can get from wooden baby change tables.
Of course, there are also a couple of disadvantages like vulnerability to scratching and costliness. But with more pros than cons, don’t you think these baby tables are still worth considering?
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