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Price $ 5.09
Regular price: $ 5.99
Price valid Sep 22, 2023 - Sep 25, 2023 or while supply lasts

How to get it

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 Number502.523.97

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

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

    Recommended for 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.

    Double-sided tape included.

  • Material

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Use only 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.


Width: 16 cm (6 1/4 ")

Height: 50 cm (19 5/8 ")

  • DRÖMMAREArticle Number502.523.97

    Width: 16 cm (6 ¼ ")

    Height: 0 cm (0 ")

    Length: 50 cm (19 ¾ ")

    Weight: 0.17 kg (6 oz)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

Affirmation stationJason S.I was looking for something small and durable that didn't drain the bank. I used this in my office space for the students I work with5
Very niceAzhidehVery nice5
Great mirror for kidsMia B.My daughter was delighted at the fact that she could have her own mirror, so cute!5
Good non-breakable mirror for childrenShermanGood non-breakable mirror for children5
Expecting it to work asElizabeth S.Expecting it to work as a mirror from a distance.4
Good alternative for the kidsMarharytaGood alternative for the kids5
Significant Wall Damage Upon RemovalJenKrRemoved 5 of these mirrors I’ve had stuck to the wall in my den for approximately 18 months. First one came off cleanly, second one took a bit of paint off my wall, third one took a sizeable chunk out of my plaster wall (over 2” in diameter and 1/2” deep), fourth one took the finish off the mirror, and the fifth one took 2 more chunks out of my wall as well as took the finish off the mirror (leaving it clear acrylic and see through where the tape had been positioned). When I reinstalled the only usable mirrors (3) in my daughters’ bedroom, I made sure to use command strips for fear of damaging my walls further. The mirror itself is a reasonable substitute for glass for young children, but don’t attach them to your walls using the adhesive tape provided for fear of damage. I’m glad I confirmed that I had touch up paint before I started but I wasn’t planning on having to purchase drywall compound to repair the significant damage done to my walls.1
Happy 11011Bought it two weeks ago, it is not clear and you can see your self up side down1
Chris0007Easy install and safe for kids. Also, best thing that you apply on shower booth.5
Amazing for kids roomTif LWorks great in kids room due to it being plastic. Will buy more5
DRÖMMARE Mirror, 6 1/4x19 5/8 "

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