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Round Changing Table

That crib you shelled out $1200 for? A work of mid-century modern genius rendered useless once junior started climbing out. That lux wood high chair you just had to have? That’s in the basement now that little Billy wants no part of his old baby chair, conversion or not. And that stroller that you spent close to $1000 on (with all those vital extras) — where’s that? Oh, yeah. Collecting dust and taking up your precious closet space.

We’ve all been there, spent a small fortune on some baby nursery item we had to have only to find out that all those promises of future conversions and investment purchasing didn’t quite pan out as promised.

While we all want the “best of the best” for our bubs when they first pop out, it’s hard to know what we’ll actually use and what will become old relics (albeit stylish ones) as they get older.

Not so with the revolutionary Time for a Change Changing Table. Practical, gorgeous and so genius it’s patent-pending, the round design was created so you don’t have to twist and turn for changing. That’s right, no more trying to position yourself and the baby only to find your back paying the price later.

More pics after the jump…

Round Changing TableRound Changing Table

Apartment dwellers and starter home families will also love the space-saving round design. Plus, the changing pad is larger to accommodate your growing and thrashing child.

But one thing is for certain, outgrow this table will, which is why this piece is one you will actually have for a lifetime. Made of solid oak and available in cherry, white, light wood and chocolate finishes, this is one pricey item you can rationalize since it moves from nursery to living room seamlessly.

Of course, convincing your husband is another matter altogether. He’s heard that old “Honey, we will use thing forever!” line too many times before.

The waiting list is long so pre-order yours now.

Photos: Time for a Change

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