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Product Description


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  • 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.
    Meet AS™ stability requirements 5 year warranty

    Features

    • Pure white finish featuring ceramic handles with plenty of drawer space and 2 pull out shelves behind the door.
    • Removable changing station
    • Innovative drawer Smart Glides with lifetime warranty
    • Child-friendly safety catches on drawer glides.
    • Manufactured from engineered-wood products featuring profiled top, door and drawer fronts.

    Additional Info

    015424

    5C714041

    066311038040

    3250-33

    40 x 48 x 20

    116 pounds

    53.0 x 22.0 x 10.0

    How to Get It


    • This item can be shipped to all 50 United States including Alaska & Hawaii
    • This item is NOT eligible for shipping to APO/FPO addresses, U.S. Territories, Puerto Rico or P.O. Boxes
    • Due to shipping restrictions, Ship Charges will be separate from other items in your order
    • This item may ship by itself


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    This item may be shipped in the manufacturer's original packaging, which could reveal the contents of the box

    Average Customer Rating:

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    South Shore FurnitureSouth Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White
     
    3.1

    (based on 36 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (5)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (11)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (10)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (4)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (6)

    49%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Good size/fit (15)
    • Attractive (13)
    • Good shelves and features (9)
    • Durable (8)
    • Cleans easily (7)

    Cons

    • Difficult to set up (12)
    • Poor quality (10)
    • Difficult to assemble (6)
    • Pricey / poor value (4)
    • Hard to assemble (3)

    Best Uses

    • Newborn (22)
    • Infants (20)
    • Preemies (10)
    • Toddler (9)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • First time parent (26), Parent of two or more children (7), Parent of multiples (twins etc) (5)

    Most Helpful Positive Review

     

    a lot of work, but nice

    Although my baby girl is not here yet I think this changing table is going to be very useful. All the drawers and shelves will come in handy and I like the space on...Read complete review

    Although my baby girl is not here yet I think this changing table is going to be very useful. All the drawers and shelves will come in handy and I like the space on top for diapers and wipes. I also like that it can be just a dresser too. The only bad part was the assembly. It came in a million pieces and it took my husband and I forever to put this together, and we're pretty good at putting things together. Most steps were easy but time consuming and there were a few steps that were impossible, we had to modify them a bit for them to work. If you don't want to spend six hours putting this together I would not recommend it but if you don't mind being a little frustrated putting this together then it is worth it because the end result is pretty nice. But it is not a real wood product.

    VS

    Most Helpful Critical Review

     

    Not worth time to assemble AND maintain

    I love to assemble furniture so the idea and actual experience of putting the many pieces together, hand blisters notwithstanding, was not a deterrent going in or particularly upsetting after the experience. The...Read complete review

    I love to assemble furniture so the idea and actual experience of putting the many pieces together, hand blisters notwithstanding, was not a deterrent going in or particularly upsetting after the experience. The picture of the finished product swayed me, as it undoubtedly did others, to buy this product. Once assembled, it fit very nicely in my baby, now toddler's room - thus the 2 stars. The reason why this product is not getting five stars ... a) As so many other reviewers have so truthfully indicated, it takes a long time to assemble and the number of pieces to put together are just too numerous, compared to other furniture pieces I have assembled so far. In my case it took over 2 weeks to assemble this product simply because two essential pieces were missing. This is not the first time it has happened to me with a South Shore product so one would think I would learn my lesson but I really wanted a white changing table and this seemed to fit the bill. I had to get in touch with the manufacturer, call every day to check it was in-transit since my child was due in a few weeks time and the items I was dreaming of putting in it were still sitting in their shopping bags. [...]. Inconvenient and a complete let-down experience. b) Not all holes are present on the pieces as they should have been or where they should have been. Instead of simple assembly, my husband and I found ourselves doing full carpentry work drilling holes and measuring where to put the holes on some of the pieces. c) Since I have used the assembled product for over a year now, I have a perspective on maintenance, for those enthusiasts who will still buy or just started using it. Be assured, that your work is not done after the initial assembly. The door, for example, will come out constantly so be ready to do a lot of hammering it back in place over the course of its use. Once your baby is a toddler, can walk and starts trying to open and close stuff, you may be highly tempted to just throw the door away completely or risk it crushing on his/her toes. Putting a safety latch is problematic because not only is there no clear area to actually put it or do so without marring the product, the structure is not sturdy enough to inspire confidence that it can withhold any additional hammering job since just hammering in the door makes the side of the whole structure loose. For some reason, the door just does not stay put and it was the case for us, as it was for other reviewers, that getting it in right the first time was an issue. Our latest attempt to keep the door intact longer and safe around our toddler was to put super glue in the holes before hammering it in; however since the glue dried up too quickly before we could hammer the door in all the way, it is skewed. Next time the door falls out, we have agreed to simply dispose of the whole product permanently. Overall summary: good-looking product for a baby's nursery but not good quality enough to make it worth the upfront effort of assembly AND required maintenance to keep it safe for use over any significant period of time. Good luck.

    Reviewed by 36 customers

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    5.0

    Love It!

    By Ernie

    from San Antonio, TX

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Comfortable
    • Easy to Assemble
    • Easy to Clean
    • Good Quality
    • Good Size

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about South Shore Furniture South Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White:

        Easy to put together, perfect for our room decor (color and size), and great piece of furniture as a dresser.

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        1.0

        Not Worth It

        By dianasaur

        from Pacifica, CA

        About Me First Time Parent

        Pros

          Cons

          • Difficult To Set Up
          • Poor Design
          • Poor Quality

          Best Uses

          • Infants
          • Newborn

          Comments about South Shore Furniture South Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White:

          Good thing my husband is a carpenter. It still took him about 5 hours to put the entire thing together, not including the time he spent gluing one of the sides to reinforce it because it came cracked. If it was just me putting this thing together, I don't think I could have gotten the door and everything to align. Now that it's all together, it looks just... meh.

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          1.0

          Awful - poor everything

          By new mom

          from Vernon Hills, IL

          About Me First Time Parent

          Pros

            Cons

            • Difficult To Set Up
            • Expensive
            • Poor Design
            • Poor Quality

            Best Uses

              Comments about South Shore Furniture South Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White:

              This changing table is awful. Came beat up, missing parts and holes for nails and screws. I would not buy this... Waste of time and money!

              Comment on this review

               
              4.0

              Well Designed, NOT Impossible to Build

              By First Timers

              from Boston, MA

              About Me First Time Parent

              Pros

              • Affordable
              • Attractive Design
              • Good Quality
              • Good Size

              Cons

              • Difficult To Set Up

              Best Uses

              • Infants
              • Newborn

              Comments about South Shore Furniture South Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White:

              Purchased this with a bit of trepidation, given all the reviews about how hard it was to build. Yes, the assembly is more complicated than your average Ikea piece. However, this is symptomatic of a thorough and thoughtfully designed product vs. poor instructions. The manufacturer is Canadian so the directions, though 40+ steps long, are quite clear in both English and French. Each part is pretty clearly labelled and diagrammed. Follow the steps exactly and you'll end up a with solid quality, sturdily engineered product. Took 2 of us ~4-5 hours, working pretty efficiently. Only reason for not giving 5 stars is that the packaging was a little inadequate, resulting in a small nick to one of the pieces during shipping.

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              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              3.0

              Lasted 1.5 kids. Sort of.

              By Jen

              from NC

              About Me Parent of Two or More Children

              Pros

              • Attractive Design
              • Comfortable
              • Easy to Clean
              • Good Size

              Cons

              • Difficult To Set Up
              • Poor Quality

              Best Uses

              • Infants
              • Newborn
              • Preemies
              • Toddlers

              Comments about South Shore Furniture South Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White:

              The other assembly rules are spot on. This is in heavy use at my house, from six months to potty training with son #1 and from infancy to 18 months with son #2. We cloth diaper so I need my gear to be at hand.
              We moved it with professional mover (who made us sign a waiver saying they weren't responsible if it died) when it was about 4 months old and the bottom trim piece broke off.
              After the door fell off and onto my foot for the fifth time, I went Incredible Hulk Mama on it and ripped it off its hinges. I would say it was about 1.5 years old.
              Lost another trim piece at 2 years.
              Bottom fell out of first drawer exposing a bunch of staples and mess at 3 years of use. I think it's dead. :(

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              3.0

              Last Time Purchase Online

              By Lynette

              from Morristown, TN

              About Me Parent of Two or More Children

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

                Cons

                • Difficult To Set Up

                Best Uses

                  Comments about South Shore Furniture South Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White:

                  It took my husband 4 hours to put this together and he is very handy with tools so that goes to show how complicated the directions (2-3 pages) were. After he put it together, noticed it was damaged on front and door would not shut. Too much trouble to return so he purchased a lock to put on the door. I would not recommend this.

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                  4.0

                  Sturdy and cute

                  By Momoftwins

                  from California

                  About Me Parent of Multiples (Twins etc)

                  Pros

                  • Attractive Design
                  • Easy to Clean
                  • Good Size

                  Cons

                  • Difficult To Set Up

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about South Shore Furniture South Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White:

                    So, everyone is correct, it is a pain to set up. The instructions are maddening and the pieces are not packaged correctly. It combines phillips, allen, and robertson (square) screws, making a need for three types of screwdrivers. It's a Canadian company, hence the non-standard screws. But, when it's finished, it looks nice, holds a lot and is sturdy. I'm not going to give this three stars or lower simply because it took a long time to set up. Besides, it provided my husband and I many moments of laughter.

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                    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    4.0

                    Beautiful Changer/Dresser

                    By Soon to be Mama <3

                    from Cape Coral, FL

                    About Me First Time Parent

                    Pros

                    • Attractive Design
                    • Easy to Clean
                    • Good Quality
                    • Good Size
                    • Not too bulky
                    • Perfect white color
                    • Spacious

                    Cons

                    • Difficult To Set Up
                    • Expensive

                    Best Uses

                    • Growing Kids
                    • Infants
                    • Newborn
                    • Preemies
                    • Toddlers
                    • Will last as a dresser

                    Comments about South Shore Furniture South Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White:

                    This product came in a rediculously heavy box. All pieces were packaged without any nicks or scratches which is great! This piece is Mac Daddy, it's not as Huge as i thought i was gonna be. it's a perfect size. it was an ordeal to put together as the other reviews say, it took me and my fiance 3 1/2 hours of non stop working together and watching tv to put it together. mainly because the directions are flawed. Theyre not specific on which of the 10 different screws go where, its all done by matching them up with the pictures verses giveing any real written direction. Also a bit confusing when it came to putting all the pieces into one, knowing which way each goes (front vs. back). Once we got it together it turned out perfectly! very sturdy. and the changing table part can easily be takn off so it can grow with your child. the drawers slide with a plastic piece which we found to be a little strange, may need to be careful pulling in and out. But i'll have to find that out later.I was a gift from my registry so Def worth it for me, But i dont think id pay [$] for it myself although, if you can afford it. its worth it, it really made our babygirls room complete. no more lack of space for clothes! So if you look specifically in detail at the pic and have a helper it's not that big of a deal, although the company does need to fix their way of writing directions. Good Luck! Hope this helped!

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                    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    1.0

                    Poor Quality and Long Assembly

                    By MamaMay

                    from Fort Worth, TX

                    About Me First Time Parent

                    Pros

                    • Affordable
                    • Attractive Design
                    • Easy to Clean
                    • Good Size

                    Cons

                    • Difficult To Set Up
                    • Poor Quality

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about South Shore Furniture South Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White:

                      I bought the changing table based on looks alone, but really regret the decision. This product is made of particle board and plastic hardware. The backing is made from two thin pieces of cardboard taped together. We moved after having it for only 10 months and since then the dresser is splitting apart and leaning to one side.

                      The assembly for this changing table is awful! I had blisters on my hand after working for about 6 hours to put it together. Do not buy this product! If you are handy enough to assemble this changing table, you'd be better off making a hand-made dresser!

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                      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      3.0

                      Beautiful but very hard to assemble

                      By Brooklyn Momma

                      from Brooklyn, NY

                      About Me Parent of Two or More Children

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Attractive Design
                      • Good Quality
                      • Good Size

                      Cons

                      • Difficult To Set Up

                      Best Uses

                      • Infants
                      • Newborn
                      • Preemies
                      • Toddlers

                      Comments about South Shore Furniture South Shore Cotton Candy Changing Table - Pure White:

                      Now that it's together, it's beautiful and just what we needed. But it was next to impossible to put together! It came in a million pieces, required a hammer, and 4 different screw heads to put together. There are 43 steps of assembly.

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