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Frequently Asked Kids Mirrored Dressers Questions


Kids Mirrored Dressers by Ashley

Is your little one growing into a tiny fashionista? If so, kids’ mirrored dressers give them all the space they need to store their wardrobe while letting them see what outfits look best. Kid dressers with mirrors let them pretend they’re on the runway as they test out unique styles. They’ll look and feel like the star they are – all while having fun getting dressed.

Best Kids' Dressers and Mirrors

The best kids’ mirrored dressers are ones that are built to last. Our offerings are made of sturdy and durable materials that can stand up to energetic kids slamming and bumping drawers. Engineered wood with decorative laminate looks just like the real deal, only without the excessive cost and weight. The lighter weight makes the piece easy to move around if you’re reorganizing your child’s furniture to make more space for a full bed or kid’s desk. Additionally, engineered wood offers superior resistance to water and other liquids, making it a great choice for kids who have a penchant for spilling their milk or juice everywhere. When choosing a kids’ dresser with a mirror, you want to make sure you’re picking a model that’s safe. That’s why all of our children’s bedroom mirror and dresser combos have a way to attach the mirror to the back of the dresser. This is a must-have feature because it prevents the mirror from tipping over and falling – which could put your child in danger.

Types of Kids' Dressers with Mirrors

Ashley offers several different kinds of kids’ dressers with mirrors to meet your aesthetic. Often, lighter colors like white or beige go best with the bright colors of a child’s room. Because of this, many of our kids’ dressers are on the paler side. Additionally, most of our dressers come with six drawers. That’s usually the ideal number for a kid who still wears small sizes and doesn’t have the full wardrobe of a teenager yet. While the dressers themselves are all relatively similar in their capacity, one unique thing you’ll need to decide on is whether or not you want a children’s full-length mirror. While our dressers don’t have full-length mirrors, they are often large enough for a child to see their whole body at once. Many also feature decorative elements to help your child feel like they’re truly a star, like scalloped edges or ornamental fluted posts. You can even consider putting a full-length or wall mirror opposite the dresser mirror so your child can see behind them. To help your little one embrace their prima-donna side, even more, consider getting a kids’ dresser with a mirror and chair. That way, they can sit and play with makeup and jewelry to feel beautiful inside and out.