Type "changing table" (without the quotes) in the search box in the upper right of this page. I don't know if that specific table and plans are on this site but there are a good number of changing tables here. I think many of the people on this site work from concepts and sketches to fill a specific space. Looking at the table you referenced, I would find the dimensions of the pad and go from there.
Thanks,RE i'll give that a shot
Russ - I made a changing table for my first grandson and originally was looking for plans similar to what you've shown here. After some thought about the changing table I had when my daughters were born, I chose instead to make a piece that would last their lifetime, not just a novelty for the first year of their lives (after all, most of the time their diapers, cloth by the way, were changed where ever they were). I made it tall enough (counter-height) to be comfortable, with drawers on one side and adjustable shelves on the other. Grandson is now 15 months old, and the dresser holds clothes, toys and books. Just a thought - whatever you do, enjoy making something very special for a very special little one! Joan
I built this: http://www.lowes.com/cd_Changing+Station_499460683_
Go to my page and you can see how it looks. (its the only pictures i've posted) It took my a long time to make and i'm guessing you've probably already started something but i'm planning on repurposing into of all things a kitchen island. This thing is a beast. I did not build the drawers that the plan suggested opting for a cubby hole that has an LED fixture in it for a night light. It'll handle a mini-fridge and mircowave too.
that lowes links is broken. Can you plz repost the link?
Awesome! found it. thanks Larry