GULLIVER Changing table, white
GULLIVER Changing table, white
GULLIVER Changing table, white
GULLIVER Changing table, white
GULLIVER Changing table, white
GULLIVER Changing table, white

A secure place where you and your baby can get to know one another in peace and quiet. Comfortable height and storage close at hand so you can reach what you need and always keep one hand on the baby.

Article Number803.070.39

Product details

Comfortable height for changing the baby.Practical storage space within close reach. You can always keep a hand on your baby.Never leave your child unattended on the changing table.We recommend that you use a changing pad with dimensions that fit the changing table and which is max. ¾" thick. Place the changing pad in the middle of the changing surface.Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Article Number803.070.39
  • Main parts/ Rail:Solid wood, Acrylic paint
    Table top:Fiberboard, Acrylic paint
    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.Wipe clean with a dry cloth.


Width: 32 1/4 "

Depth: 21 1/4 "

Height: 36 5/8 "

Max. load: 22 lb

    Changing tableArticle Number803.070.39

    Width: 21 ½ "

    Height: 3 ¼ "

    Length: 37 ¾ "

    Weight: 35 lb 8 oz

    Package(s): 1


Good quality at a great priceKimberlyWe purchased 5 of these for our preschool’s infant classrooms. Good quality tables. Sturdy and compact. I highly recommend this product.4
Good changing tableSarah S.It goes together pretty easily, but we did have to use some force to slide certain of the wooden slats into their proper positions. I love the color, and there's lots of storage room. We'll see how baby likes it once he gets here!5
Worth every penny!SarahI love it! Awesome height and great space for storage!5
Not badCHIATEGood stuff and acceptable price5
SturdyNadiaSzAwesome big sturdy table. Perfect for my dog to look at the window5
Not white and do not allow standard changing padThomasMedfordI would not recommand this product. You cannot use it with a standard changing pad and it does not look white.1
Total value for the pricePiyuMy bub isnt here yet due in November however this changing table is all setup. Love everything about it. It isnt pure white however it matches my crib from target. We live in an apartment so the crib and changing table is both in our room and no issues to fit in the room. *the most important thing is dont buy a 32 changing pad it wont fit(we tried). Use a 31 or 30 pad. I got the LA baby 30 changing pad from walmart which worked. Also good height for a short or tall person, Im 5'2 and hub is 6'2 for ref.4
No need for any other changing tablegrertThis is the perfect changing table at the perfect price. I was able to fit my organic overpriced natural changing pad on this, leaving about 3-4 inches space on one side of the pad. I will leave this space for wipes. I did have to slightly press the overpriced changing pad in to get it to fit at the top and bottom, but it's fine. This will turn into a bookcase/storage for my older kids when the weight limit is reached.5
It’s IVORY NOT WHITEReady4babyIt’s not white, doesn’t match my white crib Or other white IKEA furniture. It’s ivory or off white. It’s a nice piece, sturdy and has large shelves so I may just paint it. Also very easy to assemble, I’m 8 months pregnant and assembled it myself.4
Perfect size!Mamabear722Perfect size for a growing baby, I’m sure I will be able to use this changing table until my son is out of diapers. I love the shelves for storage, I was able to store everything he needs right under where he pays to be changed. It was extremely easy to put together, I was able to assemble it while 9 months pregnant.5
Perfect sizeDee2Dee2I provide childcare in my home and this has been perfect for organizing changing supplies.5
Beware, this is NOT whiteanjnaLooks sparkling bright white like everything else you buy from Ikea on the website, doesn't it? So I was pretty upset for it to arrive and be a dull, not-sure-if-it's-white-or-ivory color that doesn't match any of the other white furniture--including white IKEA furniture--in the room. My husband refuses to deal with the pain of a return, so we're stuck with mismatched stuff or have to paint it.1
Good Quality and looks good!TexasTwinsI am so glad I didn't buy an expensive changing table. This has been awesome and is so sturdy. I love the open shelves. Good buy!5
PerfectLhp980My son is almost 16 months old and we have been using this and the coordinating crib since he was born. Still looks brand new despite him hitting it with toys trying to stand up and jump while getting changed, etc. When our older son was born we got an expensive set from babies r us, and the table started to fall apart before his first birthday. Wish we had known about this one back then! I got some collapsible low height cubes from Walmart to organize diapers and other loose things on the shelves. Only complaint is that it doesn’t fit all standard changing pads, I found one on amazon, but I had to pay attention to dimensions.5
Perfect fitrachomperooEasy to assemble and it looks like it should cost $100 more. We used the KUGGIS boxes to hide the mish-mosh of baby essentials to minimize the visual clutter (also to keep out puppy hair and a very curious cat ^_^) We also use the VADRA changing pad and cover.5
Looks greatawb14Glad we decided to get the changing table at Ikea. This has a sleek design. The shelves are deep enough to fit large baskets, and it's at a good height for 5'5 me and 6'0 hubby. The paint is good. The ridges on top align with the changing pad (also from Ikea - I recommend) which is ok for my newborn, but make me nervous for a crawler. That being said plenty people use dressers that don't have any ridges, so I don't know how the heck that works - this is more secure than that!5
Love it!Sissi346We like the open shelf, easy to get access to all sort of supplies and even the portable pump put on there.5
Not Pratical - Standard changing pad does not fitGary2018Product looked nice in the store. However, when trying to assemble it, one of the per-assembled pieces were not manufactured correctly, and it was impossible to assemble without drilling my own holes (Definitely an IKEA error, not an assembly error). Also, it does not fit a standard changing pad so you must buy the IKEA one. Ended up returning the product. Unfortunately IKEA is over two hours from my house.1
Genius!SverigekerstinIKEA is a fantastic store! Love going there! (Employees in the cafeteria are sloppy though). Meatballs in IKEA Sweden are far better!!!).5
Good ValueJetdoctorWe bought this changing table for our infant son. It replaced the one we had for our first son 7 years ago that was passed on to others Ikea's furniture is all you need for your baby. We paid $70 for this changing table, and it does the same job as much more expensive units. If nothing else, changing tables save your back when changing diapers. Do not forget the inflatable cushion that fits into the top, and cotton covers. Buy a lot of covers, as they get dirty quickly--especially with boys. If there is a shortcoming, I would like to see a strap to keep a baby from rolling off.5
GULLIVER Changing table, white

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