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Is the hat straight and the curls where they should? With this mirror on the wardrobe door, your child can check their clothes and hairstyle one last moment before it's time to leave.

Article Number302.567.92

Product details

Getting dressed is much more fun for children when they have their own mirror inside or outside the wardrobe door.

You do not need to drill holes since the mirror has a self-adhesive backing.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number302.567.92
  • For the safety of your child the mirror is made of inpact-resistant soft plastic.

    Recommended for use in all rooms in the home except high humidity areas.

    The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.

    Mounting fittings included.

  • Material
    Acrylic plastic

    Wipe clean with a cloth dampened in water or window-cleaner.

  • Do not apply the stickers to sensitive surfaces! Sensitive surfaces, such as wallpaper, can be damaged when the sticker is removed.
  • IKEA has banned BPA (Bisphenol A) in plastic products in the children’s range (0-7 years) and in all food-contact products. IKEA phased out BPA already in 2006.

    BPA (Bisphenol A) free

    IKEA has strict requirements for the use of phthalates in all our products, and we have totally banned them in children’s and food-contact products.


Width: 16 cm

Height: 50 cm

  • DRÖMMAREArticle Number302.567.92

    Width: 16 cm

    Height: 0 cm

    Length: 50 cm

    Weight: 0.17 kg

    Package(s): 1


Great to stick inside aroseGreat to stick inside a cupboard or anywhere5
Cheap plastic mirrorChrissie C.Image is a bit wonky as it’s not a glass mirror. It does the job and is cheap and safe.4
Very happy with my purchasesusanI brought this for my puppy and she loves it. Looks at herself everyday. Will be great too when my new grandson comes over5
Carnival mirrorRitaPurchased this to put on a cupboard door that didn't have a mirror for kids. I bought it for the safety side of not breaking easily, however it magnifies the image and reminds me of a carnival mirror. Ok for kids to make faces in, not great for body image issues.3
Perfect mirror for childrenJacintaStuck these on my 6 years old daughters cupboard, because she loves nothing more then looking at herself, and I don’t have to worry about them dally off, smashing and cutting anyone.5
Amazing valueMegBigger than expected which was bonus to me. Highly recommended5
Cant read thr face unlessGlennisCant read thr face unless you turn it3
KylieKylieLoved it 😁5
OkayJemimahBought this for my 5 year old's bedroom. Had to return the first one as it had a giant bubble/warp right in the middle, so what when he stood in front of the mirror his face was all distorted like an amusement park mirror. I didn't notice this until after mounting to the wall as it was only visible once the cloudy protective film was removed. The second one was much better but still has a bit of a warp/ripple about a quarter of the way up from the edge.4
As expected!RIA A.I’m using this for my 6 months old baby to play. He loves to check himself out 😆5
AmazingVivianeGreat product!! Good quality ans price5
Very goodMelissaVery good5
Would not recommendVictoriaFound chips at the corners of the mirror when I was opening the package. Couldn't put it up on the wall at all.1
Perfect for nurserySelinaAffordable mirror that is not made of glass, which is appropriate for the nursery and baby safe.5
good value and easy to install200sgtaffordable and easy to install, put it on back of a door5
kaiwaiii bought one year before and i bought another weeks before4
DRÖMMARE Mirror, 16x50 cm

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