High quality wall-mounted changing table, perfect for smaller environments. The changing table features Cam Cam Copenhagen's iconic Harlequin pattern on the doors. This functional piece of furniture is designed to change your baby at the right height and with everything within easy reach, it also has a handy storage space for their special clothes.
A piece of furniture that will look perfect in the most romantic children's rooms with its contemporary design inspired by traditional lines. The changing table can be easily removed when baby's changing days are over, allowing this beautiful piece of furniture to be used indefinitely as a regular piece of furniture in a child's room or anywhere in the family home as a display cabinet.
Material: 100% MDF
Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Painted furniture can be delicate.
Open: 76x72x98cm / Closed: 76x72x34,5cm.
MADE TO ORDER. ESTIMATED DELIVERY 4 - 6 WEEKS
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