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Frequently Asked Mirrored Dressers Questions

Mirrored Dressers

Dressers with mirror pairings are a classic way to decorate a bedroom in any style. No matter what look you’re going for, there’s a mirrored dresser to match. Shop our wide selection of wardrobes and armoires if you need a little more storage for clothing and accessories.

Dressers With Mirrors

Topping a dresser with a mirror has been a trend for hundreds of years now. It remains an appealing way to make a room seem bigger while adding a practical space for trying on jewelry or fixing your hair. Mirrored dressers make the most of limited space as well. There’s no need to dedicate floor space to both a dresser and a mirror when you combine them into one. Ordering a matching set from Ashley ensures you get an attractive addition to your bedroom without the extra effort of trying to match up two separate pieces.

Are Mirrored Dressers in Style?

Dressers with mirrors remain as trendy and in style today as they did when they first became available. It’s all about the details when it comes to finding a modern and up-to-date design. The right dresser won’t just help you organize your wardrobe; it’ll make a statement about your personality. Breathe life into your bedroom with a mirrored dresser that expresses your unique sense of style.

Does a Mirror Have to Match the Dresser?

When choosing a mirror to top one of our many bedroom dressers and chests of drawers , consider a complementary approach rather than strictly attempting to match. Mirrors that echo the shape of the drawer pulls or feature a frame in a finish similar to the dresser will be a great match. Variations in style between the two parts can help add stylistic drama and tension to catch the eye.

How to Choose a Mirror Size for Your Dresser

Mirrors work best as bedroom accessories when sat on top of a dresser with a medium height. Short dressers may hold the mirror at a height too low to be useful, while tall dressers push the mirror too close up to the ceiling. Aim for a mirror about 75% to 100% as wide as the top of the dresser for a matching look. As for height, the mirror can measure anywhere from 50% to 75% of the dresser’s height for balance and practicality. Of course, you can always find mirrored dressers for bedroom decorating with much smaller or larger mirrors to break out of the mold. Find a mirrored dresser that meets your needs here at Ashley. Discover the accessories to complete your sanctuary and organize your wardrobe at the same time.