Description: Needing a small (and not so expensive) changing table that had to stay in the entry hallway and therefore had to “hide” the diapers a little our search turn up none. So with a little paint and fabric we came up with this.
First all parts of Sniglar and the two pieces of wood where painted with a non-toxic paint. Sniglar was assembled, then the two extra pieces of wood were placed under the top. The racks for Komplement went on the extra pieces.
Then with a lot of measuring I made four pieces of fabric that fit onto the sides of Sniglar with Velcro bands glued on the top and bottom sides as well as on the Sniglar table.
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