One of my favorite things about Taylor's nursery is her changing table. When I was looking for ideas to design her room, I knew I didn't want to get the typical changing table. I wanted something that would last long after the diaper days, so I went with a beautiful mirrored dresser instead. That way we could use it elsewhere in our home as she got older. Since I spent a little bit more money on the dresser, I knew I didn't want to go crazy with the other decor. That's where Ikea and small gifts worked great. The trick in decorating, or style for that matter, is mixing chic with cheap, as well as incorporating pieces with sentimental value. That's why I love her changing table because it serves a purpose along with beautiful style and meaning. Check out my Pinterest to see where I got my inspiration for her nursery, and see below for more photos of Taylor's changing table.
The Ikea rail works well by keeping diapers and creams easily accessible.
Real Simple children's hangers are my favorite for holding Taylor's adorable clothes and accessories.
The Ikea shelf holds beloved gifts & treasures that hold sentimental value.
A beautiful Willow Tree figurine given to us by Denny's mother, Mary Lou.
A vintage ballerina music box that belonged to my mother as a child.
The mirrored dresser even has enough room to hold wipes, lotion, and other clothing items needed for the day.
I topped off the dresser with a changing pad from Target and a chamois slip cover from Pottery Barn Kids. The pad has an anti slip grip, so it doesn't move if you have a wiggly child like mine. Overall, I think the whole changing table turned out beautiful. What decor tips or Ikea hacks would you like to share? Tell me by leaving a comment below.