|Item Weight||117 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||48 x 20 x 40 inches|
|Item model number||3250333|
|Assembled Height||7.75 inches|
|Assembled Width||20.5 inches|
|Assembled Length||54.5 inches|
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South Shore Furniture, Cotton Candy Collection, Changing Table with 2 Pull-Out Shelves, Pure White
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- 2 pull-out shelves behind the door
- Removable changing station
- This item is made of composite wood panels that carry the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification
- 5 year warranty
- Assembly required
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This changing table from the Cotton Candy collection in a transitional style is distinguished by its versatility and simplicity. We love the simplicity and fresh look of this collection! And the magical thing is you can adapt your decor, through color choices, for a baby boy or girl. So if you're a modern or eclectic-style mom, go crazy! Ceramic handles. The changing station is removable, allowing for a transformation into a chest. The right-hand section of the table top is large enough to hold jars of cream, wipes, and stuffed toys. Behind the door are 2 sliding shelves that can support up to 15 lb. Features 3 practical drawer. Rounded contours and a secure front panel for increased safety. Metal drawer slides. Can support a total weight of up 30 lb. Drawer dimensions #1: 26'' (L) x 13.5'' (D) x 5'' (H). Shelf #1 dimensions: 15.75'' (L) x 16.75'' (D). Shelf #2 dimensions: 11.5'' (L) x 16.75'' (D). Meets or exceeds all North American safety standards. Changing pad and accessories not included. Requires complete assembly by 2 adults (tools not included). 47.5'' (L) x 19.5'' (D) x 37.75'' (H). Box dimensions: 57'' (L) x 20.5'' (W) x 7.5'' (H), 128 lb. Ships in a heavy box, make sure to have a friend with you. Packaging tested and certified to reduce the risk of damage during shipment. Made in North America with non-toxic laminated particleboard. 5-year quality guarantee. Any questions? Contact the manufacturer, available 7/7 by phone, email or chat.
From the Manufacturer
South Shore Changing Table Cotton Candy Collection Pure white. This Cotton Candy collection offers a classic look that will grow with baby. This collection in white laminate is one of our most versatile ever as when removing the changing station from the changing table it becomes a regular chest.
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So... for starters... the package is super heavy. It'll take two people to move it very far. I opened the box and laid out all the parts, and I have to admit that it was a bit intimidating. I got my tools ready and started the job, and I found the instructions to be incredibly clear, and I had more parts than I needed. None of the steps are very difficult. Each part is labeled, except for the hardware, and it was easy to distinguish the parts from one another (I checked the parts on each step to be sure I was using the right one).
Slowly, but surely, the piece came together. I thought that the drawers would be a bear. but they weren't. All in all, it took me about 4 hours fro assemble. I was taking my time, in no hurry. If there are two of you putting it together, it won't take as long.
I can't speak to the longevity of the product since I just got it. I will adjust my rating if the product doesn't hold up well, but I have to say that the reviews complaining about the assembly of this product are off base. As long as you expect that it will take you a full four hours, you will not be disappointed.
I even feel a little sense of pride since it took a little effort. I can't wait to use this thing. It is super functional.
Did it take as long to put together as all of the other reviewers said: yes.
Was it difficult to put together: No.
Positives: The pamphlet for how to put everything together was GREAT. It included part numbers, how many parts and explained in both pictures and in simple English for each picture what to do.
Unlike past reviewers who complained about the parts not being grouped together in a way that made sense, they have either fixed that or they just didn't do the smart things, which is open up all of the parts bags and sort into part type. I counted them while I did that and found it really helpful. The only thing we ended up missing were some finishing nails, which a quick trip to the hardware store fixed.
Unlike IKEA furniture (for which I am an assembly pro) they have you assemble this furniture in groups, with the idea that at the end you put all of the pre-constructed parts together. This makes you feel awesome by the time you hit step 30 or so.
All of the wood pieces are clearly labeled with their number either on a sticker or painted on the unfinished part of the wood so you don't have to guess what piece you're working with, unlike IKEA where it's an elaborate guessing game.
Now that it's built I am pleased to say that it's rather solid-no one is moving this thing for quite awhile. The moving shelves are awesome, and while I wish the drawers were deeper, they are going to be more than adequate.
Negatives: There were several points where there weren't any pre-fabricated holes for screws, which meant some of the screws went in crooked and swearing was heard by all. This made me extra annoyed because I would have paid the extra $15 for all the little holes to be ready to go.
Some of the pieces were banged up a little, but none are visible currently. I attribute that to shipping.
Pay close attention to the rough vs. smooth sides while putting things together. A couple times we had to undo work because I looked at the picture direction wrong.
A drill bit is helpful-especially if you have a long enough drill bit that doesn't interfere with the tight sides in which you are screwing things on.
A few parts were crooked (like the top on ours isn't completely level) and the door hinge do-dad doesn't sit flush in the door (which I don't think will be a giant problem unless junior decides to go for a ride on the door).
The time factor: even as seasoned pros in terms of furniture constructors this will take time to put together. Don't rush it.
Final ruling: We got what we paid for, which was an inexpensive piece of furniture that's really sturdy, looks good, and can get beat up. We've gotten a lot of compliments on this piece already. It gets 4 out of 5 stars instead of 5 out of 5 for length of building required, a few unlevel/extra annoying/challenging pieces to screw/hammer in.
These are very minor concerns/critiques, and I so far like this piece of furniture. I would recommend it to others. No it isn't a high end piece of furniture, but when you have young kids, and pets, you buy what you can afford, and not afraid to have something happen to it.