Published on April 20th, 2011 | by Jules Yap


Malm Changing Table

Materials: Malm dresser, wood boards, screws and glue

Description: Malm dresser can be used as a standard changing table and later as a normal chest. With 1m a perfect height to work (baby wrap) and with extra high side panels.

Malm with increased support for standard changing pads. (75 x 85 cm)

Both sides and head are connected with the board back

The cultivation is screwed on an angle on the rear wall of the chest no holes or screws on the top

On the sides, the Ikea trash and Ikea washing basin are appended. (I do not know the name)

If a station is no longer required, the additional bearing surface can be unscrewed easily.

~ Jens, Germany

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Jules Yap

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2 Responses to Malm Changing Table

  1. Anonymous says:

    cultivation? WTF!?!

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