Change or dress your baby in absolute comfort with the Wilmington Changing Table by Delta Children. Designed with a timeless bell-shape silhouette and versatile features that make diaper changes easier, this changing table has two shelves that allow you to store your child's changing and dressing necessities nearby. The included changing pad comes with an attached safety strap and is placed in a fully enclosed dressing area that provides extra security. The Wilmington Changing Table is available in several popular finishes and coordinates with many Delta Children cribs.
- This changing table features two shelves below a safe and secure changing area, to store all your baby changing needs Changing pad 16"W x 33"L x 1" Included Safety strap included
- We know chemicals have no place in your house, so we use a non-toxic multi-step painting process that is lead and phthalate safe JPMA certified to meet or exceed all safety standards set by the CPSC & ASTM
- The Wilmington Changing Table coordinates with the Delta Children Hanover or Waverly cribs as well as other items from Delta Children in the same finish Available in an array of colors
- Made of sustainable woods like Poplar and New Zealand Pine with TSCA compliant engineered wood Tested for lead and other toxic elements to meet or exceed government and ASTM safety standards Durable and easy to clean finish; wipe with damp cloth and dry immediately
- Assembled dimensions: 35"W x 19.75" Shelf Size: 33.25"W x 16.5"D x 10" between shelves Easy assembly
|35.00" (width) x 39.25" (height) x 19.75" (depth)
|5.70" (width) x 23.20" (height) x 38.60" (depth)
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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