Dressing Table Ideas from IKEA

02.01.2022
Hemnes Dressing Table
Hemnes Dressing Table

Dressing tables Malm, Lommarp, Hauga, Hemnes and Syvde from IKEA. Here we will look at all known dressing tables from IKEA, and also some that may not be used as dressing tables in ordinary cases. But it is only the imagination that sets the limits regarding how you want it when you put on make-up.

Malm Dressing Table
Malm Dressing Table

Malm Dressing Table

Malm dressing table from IKEA seems to be one of the most popular. I have filmed several Malm tables, have millions of views on Pinterest of one table. Lighting for make-up mirrors is of great importance, both practically and visually.

Malm Dressing Table
Malm Dressing Table
Lommarp Dressing Table
Lommarp Dressing Table

Lommarp Dressing Table

"This storage series is inspired by traditional carpentry, combining style and functions for today's urban lifestyles." Lommarp may not be marketed as a dressing table, but I think it works perfectly as such. The table is available in 2 colors, beige and dark blue green as above.

Hauga Dressing Table
Hauga Dressing Table

Hauga Dressing Table

Hauga desk works well as a dressing table, available in 2 colors, white and gray. "This beige desk has the space for you to create or study from home - and hidden storage for items you prefer to hide."

Syvde Dressing Table
Syvde Dressing Table

Syvde Dressing Table

"When it's time to get ready in the morning, have a seat at SYVDE dressing table." Syvde dressing table is a top seller at IKEA. Is very small and flexible so it fits into everyone's home. 

Hemnes Dressing Table
Hemnes Dressing Table
Hemnes Dressing Table
Hemnes Dressing Table

Hemnes Dressing Table

"Dressing table or desk? You don't need to decide - there's enough space for both makeup, pens and a laptop." Hemnes serie has several tables that are suitable as dressing tables, which you can watch in videos below.

Hemnes "Dressing Table" 2 drawers
Hemnes "Dressing Table" 2 drawers

"A versatile medium gray softened with attractive blue-green undertones." Benjamin Moore has a great feature on his website where you can see how color is perceived in the morning, afternoon, ambient and night.