Cosatto Hogarth Changer review

from Cosatto
RRP  £270.00
Cosatto Hogarth Changing Unit

by Liat Hughes Joshi |
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Well made and attractive, this changing unit is a solid buy. The combination of drawers and cupboards underneath give plenty of storage space for nursery essentials, it’s just a shame it’s tricky to assemble.

A really sturdy, traditional looking unit that co-ordinates with a tallboy, cot-bed and wardrobe in the same range.  The changing area on top is really large, and has a lip all the way around which helps contain more mobile babies.

The changing area on top is really large

There is plenty of storage space underneath to keep changing essentials organised and close to hand.
But the Hogarth isn’t the easiest unit to assemble, it’s also very heavy, and even though you could use it for storage afterwards, there’s no disguising it was once a changing unit. Our testers thought it was attractive and well made, but on the pricey side for something without much longevity.
The Hogarth unit comes in cream, wood or white with wood accents and a four year guarantee. Just make sure you have the time and patience (or a pair of helping hands) to assemble it.

Product Information

Cosatto Hogarth Changing Unit

Dimensions : 95cm x 56cm x 103cm

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