The Scoot 3-drawer Changer Dresser is the definition of mid-century modern style. The perfect accompaniment to your Scoot 3-in-1 crib with matching tapered feet and an included removable changing tray for stylish use into the big-kid years
Taylor Draper –
LastedWe bought this dresser in 2018 for our first baby. We just now replaced it in 2022 and only because we needed a 4 drawer to fit two kid’s clothes. This dresser held up like no one’s business. The drawers never broke. The changing table part did, but only because my daughter hung on it and yanked it and broke it. We glued it back together and it’s fine now. In good enough shape to re-sell. 10/10 worth the money and would recommend
Amazon Customer –
Perfect!This was easy to assemble. You’ll need an extra set of hands at one point but I did this mostly by myself. Feels like it’s a good quality and is adorable. It matches the crib and my nursery perfectly. There’s plenty of space in the drawers and I love the changing table on top (bought the pad separately).The only thing that surprised me is the drawers cannot be removed like a normal dresser. They get screwed into the track not a big deal for me but might be for some. Otherwise I love this
Fine, but cheap and the directions are flawed.So. I agree with a lot of reviewers that it feels a little cheap for how much you’re paying for it. The bottoms of the drawers are made from very thin plywood. But hypothetically it’ll be holding baby clothes and not bowling balls.My main complaint is that the directions for the changing tray are kind of inaccurate. I could put it together pretty well Bc I’m pretty good at putting furniture together. But the cross support was labeled with the wrong letter. And the places where the wooden pegs and cam bolts is reversed in the schematic from real life. The dowels go on the top and the cam bolts go on the bottom, and the schematic says the opposite. I just feel bad if there’s people out there who are confused by this. It’s weirdly bad.
Couldn’t be happierThis dresser/changing table was fairly simple to put together, is in excellent condition and fits well in our nursery.
Beautiful but not the best qualityDon’t get me wrong I adore the way this looks. That being said, this product is mostly particle board. Thankfully ours only had a few chips but not on any part of it that shows. This was the worst piece of furniture to set up. An absolute nightmare for my husband and I as there are so many parts and you have to be careful as, again, it is made of mostly particle board.All that aside, I love the way this looks in our nursery. It doesn’t wobble and the drawers slide easily. The diaper changing top fits standard sized changing pads and overall the look is very modern and clean. It works like it should and we were lucky getting a mostly undamaged product.
Nice, but a bit smallWe bought the dresser together with the matching Babyletto bed. At the time we didn’t realize how small it would be.Our baby who is currently 3 months is taking most of the changing tray. At the beginning we would keep the wipes and diaper cream on top of the tray next to the baby, but now we need a side table for that. I think the baby will outgrow the entire tray very soon. The same goes for the drawer space. We tried to use it for the things we need on a daily basis (diaper reserve, clothes, burp cloths, liners, a couple of crib sheets) – and it’s packed. Almost hard to find things in it. I wish Babyletto made this dresser in two sizes (or just a longer version).On the plus side, it arrived well, was easy to assemble, all pieces fit well together, and it didn’t have any paint smell.
Like the look, but not the qualityI like the look of this dresser, I bought it to match the crib from the same collection. However: the corners of the dresser sides arrived chipped (see the attached photos), one of the drawers got damaged during the assembly because the hole for the screw was not drilled properly (see the photo of the inside of a drawer), and the assembly was not easy and took a while. I don’t really mind the last part that much, as my husband and I did this as a fun activity, but mentioning it for people who may not want to work on complicated furniture assembly.The dresser is pretty heavy and it would be hell to pack and return, so I’ll keep it, but I’m not happy with the fact that the parts arrived damaged.
Overall Good ProductIt’s an overall good product. The only thing I don’t like is that the drawers don’t open fully so you can’t see everything in the drawer unless you crouch to peek inside, which is difficult to do when you have a crying infant.
Nancy Hoey –
A Great Versatile DresserThis was a gift that was on their Babylist. They report that it was easy to assemble, looks great, and will be neat for changing the baby on the top. The changing part can be removed when no longer needed and it will be just a great dresser.
Okay constructionI like the design of Babyletto’s products, but they’re admittedly somewhat cheap. The quality is much like IKEA’s. Don’t get me wrong; IKEA can be great, especially for the value. But Babyletto is more expensive and frankly, should hold up better. While it was relatively easy to assemble this changing table, the changing tray keeps coming loose and won’t stay together. When you’re in the middle of newborn life, re-assembling the tray and/or calling the company for a replacement is the last thing on your mind. That being said, this changer is pretty cute, and I like the way it looks in our nursery.