I designed and built this changing table for our Son two years ago. I fashioned the design shapes after a commercial piece my wife and I liked. I wanted the table to continue to have a useful function after a changing table is out grown. The piece easily converts to a small dresser by removing the top front rail and adding a top as well as three more drawers. The first shot is the changing table mode and the second is dresser mode.
I wrote a complete project plan for this piece and it was published in woodcraft magazine October / November "06" issue. This was my first attempt at a published project plan.
Woods used are quarter sawn white oak, African mahogany and mahogany crotch veneer. finish is oil and polyurethane.