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BRIMNES Dressing table, white,

Price $ 149.99

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Next to the drawer there’s a hinged lid that hides both mirror and practical compartments. Whether you use it as a dressing table, desk or sideboard, you can combine it with other furniture in the series.

Article Number702.904.59

Product details

Built-in mirror with hidden storage space that helps you organize your jewelry and makeup.

Drawer stops prevent the drawer from being pulled out too far.


K Hagberg/M Hagberg

  • Different wall materials require different types of fasteners. Use fasteners suitable for the walls in your home.

  • Material
    Top panel:
    Particleboard, Plastic edging, Paper foil
    Side panel/ Front/ Partition/ Drawer front panel:
    Particleboard, Paper foil, Plastic edging
    Drawer bottom:
    Fiberboard, Plastic foil
    Back panel:
    Particleboard, Paper foil
    Bottom panel:
    Particleboard, Paper foil, Plastic foil
    Particleboard, Plastic foil, Paper foil
    Mirror glass:

    Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.


    Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Use only water or window-cleaner.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

  • WARNING! Prevent tip-over injury or death. Furniture with included restraints must be secured to the wall according to the product’s assembly instructions.


Width: 27 1/2 "

Depth: 16 1/2 "

Height: 30 3/8 "

  • BRIMNESArticle Number702.904.59

    Width: 17 "

    Height: 4 ¼ "

    Length: 31 ½ "

    Weight: 46 lb 5 oz

    Package(s): 1

I love the tableLiliyaI love the table5
To my heightMaribelThe height is just right. Storage space is spacious enough for what I need.5
Very good vanity.MartezIt’s a great product easy to put together and it looks beautiful!!5
Perfect for young girl!JOANPerfect for young girl!5
Small but useful desk/vanityNedIs good for a small workspace to get stuff done for school. Drawer on the left is good for school supply storage and on right I keep makeup. My only complaint is that the mirror doesn’t lean back far enough so I have to hunch over.4
Fantastic for the price andCarrieFantastic for the price and also works well as a small desk.5
Nice space saverYulNice space saver4
Bang for your buck vanityCathBang for your buck vanity table. The size fits perfectly in the corner of my room. And the storage amd mirror adds to the value.5
Good value for the money.TerryGood value for the money.5
Práctico y modernoLiselPráctico y moderno5
TableKerryInstructions are not very well labeled. You basically have to look at the pieces to put them together. No # or Letters on the parts.3
Small and not very muchElizabethSmall and not very much usable space2
Best idea I ever had!LINDAMy make-up and hair products had no dedicated home. Some lived in the first floor half bath and some lived in the upstairs linen closet. Not too big, this dressing table fit in my bedroom perfectly. My husband put the unit together while I gathered my stuff. The drawer and mirror area provide plenty of storage. The mirror is adjustable, so all I added was a lamp and a chair and I was in business. I smile every day, glad I decided to purchase this!5
Just what I neededLuisaI had to downsize my makeup vanity to save space and this is exactly what I needed. It’s small but still has enough storage. I don’t have great lighting in the room it’s in so I got vanity lights to go around the mirror and it’s perfect! It’s much easier to assemble with help rather than on your own. It didn’t take long at all!5
Not as big as ITraceyNot as big as I thought it would be but works as a vanity for my young child4
We bought this to useMarciaWe bought this to use as a desk. It works great for that purpose.5
Love the functionality and style!Carri01I bought this about a month ago and I use it everyday and I really like it! I don’t have too much to put in it currently but there is a lot of room and it’s nice to have just a desk when needed.5
CloudQuinLove it!! Just perfect not to big or to small.5
Good but easy to outgrowMindlesI've had this table for about 4 years now and got it when I was a senior in high school. It was a great addition to my bedroom but over the years it has been difficult for me to fit my growing makeup collection into just the drawer and the red compartment. I've struggled a lot with the fact that the dividers in the red section are not customizable. As a taller girl I also struggle with the placement of the mirror as its never really at the right height to give me a good view of what I am doing. I've always used a seperate mirror instead of the one included. This table worked great when I only had a little bit of makeup but after four years most of my makeup has migrated to clear bins on top of the table rather than inside. I will say that the top of the table does not have a lot of space and I've struggled a lot with finding organizers that fit on top because it opens. Overall, good if have a small collection but harder to manage when your collection starts to grow and the layout of the compartments is not ideal for everyday use.3
Not alignedHarunaKachiroI enjoyed building this because small & complex it was, however when I was done the front drawer isn’t aligned properly with the vanity mirror which is sad... I’m still contemplating returning it to get a different part but I’m afraid of the same thing happening. Help!3
BRIMNES Dressing table, white, 27 1/2x16 1/2 "

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What is particleboard?

Particleboard is made from recycled wood and sawmill leftovers – so wood pieces with the wrong shade, woodchips and sawdust become a resource instead of possibly being discarded. We use boards for things like bookcases, bed frames, sofas and kitchen frames. To protect from wear and moisture, we apply varnish, veneer or foil that adds to the furniture's look.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

“Living in a small space often presents big demands for smart storage solutions. That’s what we wanted to solve by creating BRIMNES – a series of functional bedroom furniture with storage in every piece. And at a low price. This dressing table is one example. It has a spacious drawer and a practical compartment under a hinged lid with mirror. Regardless if you use it as a dressing table, desk or sideboard, you can easily combine it with other furniture in the series.”

Designers Knut Hagberg and Marianne Hagberg