Changing table, changing unit, changing shelf - what's the difference?
In most cases, classic changing chests consist of a drawer cabinet with an enlarged support surface. In many cases, the support can be removed and the chest of drawers can continue to be used as a normal cupboard when the child gets older. The changing chests from Geuther are sometimes part of entire children's rooms. This allows parents to furnish the entire room appropriately.
Changing tables are particularly suitable for small flats because they take up less space. Thanks to their castors, they can also be used in different rooms and are quickly put away. Some changing tables can be folded up in a few easy steps and can be stored away again after use. Another space-saving solution is Geuther wall-mounted changing shelves. These are fixed firmly to the wall. The stable changing surface is only folded out when the child is being changed. It is then folded back in again. In this way, a safe and comfortable changing surface can be created even in a minimum of space.