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Filling a wall with mirrors is a simple way to make a small room feel larger. Add as many squares as you want to create the shape and size of mirror you want.

Article Number391.517.00

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Can be added on to, to give any shape or size.

You can simply stick the mirror to the wall using the double-sided tape.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number391.517.00
  • Double-sided tape included.

    The included tape is permanent. If you want to move the mirror, note that it may leave marks on the wall. For information on how to remove the tape in the best way, watch the film on IKEA.com.

  • Material

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

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

  • Tested and approved for bathroom use.
  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

    Lead-free mirrors – No lead added in manufacturing of our mirrors.

  • Other documentsLOTS Mirror391.517.00


Length: 30 cm

Width: 30 cm

Package quantity: 4 pack

  • LOTSArticle Number391.517.00

    Width: 31 cm

    Height: 1 cm

    Length: 31 cm

    Weight: 1.78 kg

    Package(s): 1


Always can make something beautifulDianaAlways can make something beautiful5
very simple to applyRoan J.very simple to apply and it even stays on the wall- love this mirror5
MirrorsBrianPerfect for the bathroom stick well to the surface5
Great versile mirrorNiamhDeducted one star as once you place the mirror on the wall you can't adjust for levelling.4
LotsAlanIt's a mirror4
GreatCARRIEGreat mirror - sticks on back of door and can adjust at specific height and sticks well. Bought thos years ago for another room and it is still hanging.5


What is mirror glass?

Mirror glass comprises mostly of ordinary glass with a reflective coating in some kind of metal. In the past it was common for the coating to contain lead or mercury – but over time, both of these metals have been shown to be harmful to people and the environment. That’s why, as of several years ago, IKEA has a total ban on using lead or mercury in our mirrors and instead it is non-toxic silver or aluminium that reflects your mirror image.