Dressers with Mirrors Attached
Getting ready in the morning doesn’t have to feel like a struggle – and neither does your bedroom style – thanks to dressers with mirrors. Dressers with mirrors take the guesswork out of creating a unified, pulled-together look, while providing a practical storage and organizational bedroom solution.
Types of Dressers with Mirrors
- Five drawers: In a dresser with mirror with five or less drawers, each drawer is usually extra deep and spacious. These types are recommended for storing clothes, bedding, pillows and other ‘bulky’ items.
- Eight drawers: Most dressers with mirrors come with an average of eight drawers, and drawer sizes are usually a balanced mix of large and small. Choose an eight-drawer model if you have an ‘average’ amount of clothes that need storage as well as a bit of jewelry, electronics and other accessories that need organization.
- 10 or more drawers: In most dressers with mirrors that have 10 or more drawers, drawer sizes are mostly on the smaller side (compared to five-drawer models). These smaller compartments make it easy to organize and separate a range of miscellaneous clothes and accessories.
How to Decorate a Dresser with Mirror
On its own, a quality dresser with mirror will bring refined style and definition to any bedroom, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with it through personalized decorations! Follow these décor tips for creating a unique aesthetic personal to you – without cluttering up your space.
- Follow the Rule of Three. In interior design, the rule of three is simple: keep things – whether furniture, tabletop décor or wall art – to groups of three. This allows for an ‘opening up’ of your space (as even numbers are often thought to be ‘closing’ and ‘compressing’).
- Incorporate 60-30-10. Have you heard of ‘60-30-10?’ In interior design, it’s the line of thinking that says the color scheme of any given room or space should have 60 percent of one color, thirty percent of another and 10 percent of still another. One of the most popular, stylish and easiest ways to interpret this is to make the ‘60’ and ’30’ neutral shades (white and grey, for example) and the ‘10’ a pop of color (such as red). When it comes to dresser with mirror décor, give the ‘60’ to a large item (such as a vase), ‘30’ to a mid-sized piece (like a candle) and ‘10’ to a smaller item (such as a statuette or picture frame).
- Personalize it. Incorporate things that make you smile! Whether it’s a souvenir from your favorite vacation spot or a precious family heirloom, the surface of your dresser – with the backdrop of a crisp, elegant mirror – is an effortless way to showcase the things that bring you joy.