At a Glance:
- Types of Dressers with Mirrors
- Materials Used to Make Mirrored Dressers
- Sizes and Prices for Popular Dressers with Mirrors
- Best Mirrored Dresser from Walker’s Furniture and Mattress in Nevada
- Why Trust Us
Dressers with mirrors have always been a popular bedroom staple. With so many brands, styles, and designs to choose from, some consumers decide on price to narrow their options. It’s also tempting to look at price alone when you’re on a budget. Of course, functionality and durability are clearly reflected in price.
Sometimes it pays to spend more for a higher quality mirrored dresser. Households save money over time by getting more durable furniture needing less frequent replacement. Other times the cheapest dressers are functional and meet a short term need, justifying the price.
Find the Perfect Dresser for You
Whether traditional or modern, we have a dresser style for you
The Walker’s Furniture and Mattress showrooms in Las Vegas and Henderson have several dressers with mirrors to choose from. To help you find the right dresser for your bedroom, we have ranked price and quality of dressers with mirror based on type, materials, construction, and size using examples from our experts’ top picks.
There are two main types of mirrored dressers: horizontal and double dressers. Horizontal dressers are the smaller of the two types. Both have optional mirrors, but they will be very different in size and shape. Dressers in general are wider than a chest of drawers, and taller dressers will only accommodate a half mirror.
Double dressers are preferred by most consumers and interior designers. Whereas the horizontal dresser has a stack of 3 to 5 full-width drawers, double dressers have two columns of narrower but deeper drawers. Double dressers allow for more organization and a bit more clothing than horizontal dressers.
Although double dressers are slightly more expensive than horizontal dressers, there are some very affordable models. Our favorite double dresser for the luxury bedroom on a budget is the Walker’s Furniture Platinum Dresser and Mirror.
The platinum finish and lit mirror are also perfect for the glam bedrooms favored by many teens. It is stability certified, which means the heavy mirror atop the dresser is safe from tipping under normal circumstances.
There are a variety of materials used to make dressers with mirrors. While all dressers contain some wood, it may not be solid. Wood veneers, synthetic veneers, and engineered woods are also possibilities.
Here are the most common materials used to make mirrored dressers ranked in price from lowest to highest.
Engineered wood and veneers
Engineered wood refers to wood products that have been further processed before being used to build home furniture. Lower-quality dressers with mirrors are often made of an engineered wood manufactured with processed wood byproducts compressed into a very solid durable piece. The engineered wood is finished with either a synthetic or wood veneer for appearance. Dressers of engineered wood are the cheapest in the Walker’s Furniture Nevada catalog.
The best example is the Wynn 6 Drawer Dresser with Mirror, which is the cheapest of the dressers in this list. It is made of engineered wood with a wood veneer and a weathered replicated oak finish. It is a functional double dresser, but on the smaller side of the scale.
This dresser is a good budget friendly option for guest rooms that aren’t used often. They are also a smart addition to a teen’s bedroom. Teens are notoriously hard on their furniture and other belongings, so it makes sense to pay less for a functional piece of furniture that will likely only be needed for a few years.
Solid wood with veneers
Not all solid wood is beautiful. There are many things that can affect the appearance of wood. Lower quality solid woods are still more durable than engineered wood and can be finished with a veneer of the same or a different type of wood. These dressers with mirrors are less expensive than other solid wood dressers but are still made up of all natural materials for added durability.
Solid hardwoods with stained finish
Solid hardwoods are the favorite of most consumers for bedroom furniture. Not only are hardwoods more durable, they are also more aesthetically pleasing. Even if you opt for white dressers with mirror, the wood grain showing through adds character to the piece.
Although solid hardwoods like oak, cherry, and mahogany are expensive, not all solid wood furniture needs to come with a high price tag. Walker Furniture’s Leanord Dresser and Mirror Set is a perfect example. The beautiful Asian hardwoods are stylish but affordable, with studded metal trim for a rustic look.
This dresser is an example of the mid-price range in the Walker Furniture and Mattress catalog. It is one of the ways that we bring higher quality furniture at a more affordable price to our Las Vegas and Henderson customers.
Size isn’t necessarily on the top of your mind when shopping for dressers, but it is an important consideration. Not only does checking dimensions of the dresser with mirror ensure it fits in your available space, dressers of varying sizes also vary in price. While smaller is cheaper, larger mirrored dressers are not necessarily out of reach when on a tight decorating budget.
The Aracelli Dresser is the best option for small bedrooms. While it is low in price it is high in durability, with solid engineered wood and synthetic veneer that is easy to clean and maintain. Being the smallest dresser in this collection, this Walker’s Furniture dresser with mirror is perfect for small guest rooms and other untraditional spaces. It is important to note that this catalog item is for the dresser only, with the optional mirror needing to be purchased separately.
Of all the dressers with mirrors listed here, the Walker’s Furniture Kaitlynn Dresser and Mirror Set offers the most value at the best price. This mirrored dresser is a simple but stylish design that will work in most bedrooms. It’s transitional style blends nicely with most bedroom furniture and decor, keeping wood finish in mind.
This double dresser is of a slightly smaller width than some of the others featured above, but it is also taller with deeper drawers. Because it is a bit taller, the mirror itself is a bit shorter. It is a great option for apartment bedrooms, small bedrooms, and guest bedrooms. It is in the mid-range for price, but is still of high quality made of select Asian hardwoods.
Here are the questions we get most often from Walker’s Furniture customers in Henderson and Las Vegas.
Do all dressers automatically come with a mirror?
The dresser and mirror sets from Walker’s Furniture include both dresser and mirror. However, not all dressers automatically come with a mirror. Other furniture stores don’t make it clear when the mirror is or is not included, but at Walker’s Furniture in Nevada we are as transparent as possible in our catalog just as we have been in this blog.
What is the difference between today’s dressers with mirrors and antique bureaus?
Nothing! There is no difference between these two pieces of furniture because they are one and the same. A bureau is a dresser with a mirror attached, and was a common staple in matched bedroom furniture sets for centuries. The mirrors on today’s dressers are typically optional and not desired by all, making it more practical to refer to them all as dressers rather than mirrored bureaus.
Can you use a dresser mirror without a dresser?
Not really. A dresser mirror is designed to be attached to the dresser of the same collection. Detaching it from the dresser leaves unfinished wood visible. It is also unlikely that you can interchange one dresser mirror for another, because each dresser has its own specific design, hardware, and other details.
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