The Baby Cache Vienna Changing Station in Espresso is a much needed accessory for a baby's room. Built for convenience, this piece fits securely atop the double dresser from the Baby Cache Vienna collection. Fitted enclosed sides and a small opening to place frequently used items during changing, the Baby Cache Vienna Changing Table makes taking care of your little one a bit easier. Easy to remove & install. Changing pad not included.
Baby Cache is dedicated to crafting superior quality baby furniture and toddler furniture for nurseries and bedrooms at a great value. Available exclusively at Babies'R'Us, Baby Cache has been a leading manufacturer of baby furniture for over 20 years. The company's commitment to the highest standards in durability, quality and style set it apart as an innovator in the baby furniture industry. Baby Cache nursery furniture offers lasting durability. All furniture is constructed to the highest manufacturing standards for outstanding quality and come in distinctive styles and timeless designs.
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- Includes changing topper used to convert your double dresser into a changing station. Double dresser not included.
47.0 x 9.0 x 9.0
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