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Here is a way to recycle and reuse your old baby dressing table. They make perfect storage for your laundry room. On the shelves you can put your laundry supplies and a plastic bin for mis-matched socks. Use the top as a place to fold your laundry or as a spot to pretreat.
After your baby is potty trained you can re-purpose that changing table. Remove the pad and any safety belt. Turn upside down and drill holes in each leg for pivot wheels. Paint to match your decor. Add pegs or towel bars or both at one end or both. Add hooks on the corners, for pot holders, etc.
By Cat from Summerfield, FL
While having an outside birthday party, my daughter was making many trips bringing all of the drinks and all the things that goes with them: ice, cups etc. She had a brainstorm while in her garage. She saw her baby dressing/changing table that was not being used any more, as her children were past that now. She brought the table outside and started setting all of the pops on it and used it as a bar. She used the bottom shelves for the cups and different drinks. It was an amazing idea, and worked out great!