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10 Best Kids' Dressing Tables That They Will Love

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Dressing tables can make for a fabulous, classy, and most importantly fun addition to a child's bedroom.

If you're in the market for a children's dressing table, you're going to want a high quality and practical piece of furniture. A sharp design and plenty of storage space will ensure children really love their table.

The right choice can really give a child that tantalising feeling of adulthood, as they style themselves to their heart's content. With that in mind, here are the ten best children's dressing tables that we've been able to track down online, starting as always with our Kidadl top pick.

For more great kids furniture items, take a look at our 10 Best Kids Desk Chairs That They'll Love and our 10 Best Bedside Cots for Your Baby.

Our Top Choice

Teamson Gisele Girls Wooden Dressing Table‍

This is one of the classiest and most eyecatching designs we've seen in the sea of children's dressing tables. There's not even a hint of pink - it's all about those super gold polka dots on the white background. Children should love it, but the design is sophisticated enough for adults too. In terms of features, this comes with a three-sided mirror, and a drawer by way of storage space. If your child does particularly want a pink one, you can get them in different patterns including pink and white and pink and gold, but for us, the white and gold is the pick of the bunch.

  • Price: £79.99
  • Age: 3+
  • Made with MDF and lead free paints
     

Best For Frozen Fans

Disney Frozen Dressing Table‍

The number one best selling dressing table on Amazon at time of writing - it's almost as if children love Frozen, or something. This is a really nice kids' dressing table beyond just the branding though. The blue, white and purple is a very cool, classy colour scheme. It comes equipped with lots of accessories, including jewellery, a comb, and perfume flasks. It's easy to put together, will fit neatly in any child's bedroom, and is guaranteed to win the hearts of wannabe Elsas.

  • Price: £59.83
  • Age: 3 months-10 yrs
  • Made of plastic
     

Best For Princesses

Teamson Princess Rapunzel Vanity/Stool Set

This Argos dressing table has a lovely design, with the baby pink definitely giving off some princess vibes, and the grey trim stopping it from looking too garish or childish. The three drawers offer more storage space than most other dressing tables for kids do. The unit overall is sturdy and well constructed, and the mirror itself is made out of unbreakable Plexiglas.

  • Price: £100
  • Age: The perfect size for a 4-5-year-old
  • Made from MDF, solid wood, and FSC certified timber
     

Best Kids Pink Dressing Table

Mack And Milo Acmentonia Dressing Table‍

Another dressing table that uses pink in a tasteful, low key kind of way - trust us, there are some really hideous ones out there. It's really a kids' white dressing table, with the whole frame of the table in a nice neutral colour. The three-section mirror is a thoughtful touch, allowing for a better view. This is a noticeably well-made dressing table, with high quality, eco-friendly wood.

  • Price: £93.99
  • 3 section mirror
  • Eco-friendly wood
     

Best For Families On A Budget

HOMCOM Kids Dressing Table

HomCom's USP seems to be 'manufacturing almost every type of kids toy under the sun, and doing a pretty darn good job with all of them.' This has everything a child would want from a dressing table - a stool, a mirror and a drawer for storage, all done up in pink. It's manufactured from pine wood for added stability, making this a robust kids wooden dressing table.

  • Price: £56.99
  • Made from MDF board and pine wood
  • It's easy to assemble, and seems to leave children very happy
     

Best For Christmas

Harriet Bee Dressing Table Set With Mirror

A really attractive design here, with the icy white and blue colour scheme and the printed snowflakes giving the set a classy, wintry feel. It's another dressing table set with a three-part mirror, which really does make a difference. You get a drawer for extra storage space and it's super easy to assemble.

  • Price: £99.99
  • Easy to assemble
     

Best Design

Sweetheart Dressing Table And Stool Set‍

One of the more imaginative designs we've seen, and if your child wants a small dressing table, they'll love this one's cute, compact style, particularly the heart-shaped mirror. You can get it in two different designs; the 'pink hearts' one is bound to be popular, but we're particularly keen on the 'aqua polka dot' offering. The storage area is also pretty unique here; instead of there being a drawer, you simply lift the lid of the table and keep everything underneath it. It's a clever solution. As with all the best dressing tables, it's made of high-quality wood, and the mirror is acrylic safety glass.

  • Price: £123.25
  • Age: 3+ yrs
  • Made of solid MDF and wood
     

Best For Under 5s

Smyths Lights And Sounds Vanity Table‍

While most of these tables are aimed at 7 going on 17 types, this one is more overtly for a younger audience. There's a nice three-way mirror, but this one is all about the unique accessories it comes with, such as a fully functioning hairdryer and a mirror that lights up and plays sounds. The bright pink colour scheme and the love hearts incorporated into the design make it exactly the sort of spectacularly unsubtle package that very small children tend to appreciate. Be aware reviews suggest that while the product is very good, it is a little on the small size - your child may outgrow it sooner rather than later.

  • Price: £24.99
  • Age: 3+ yrs
  • Comes with light up mirror, a working hairdryer and over 15 accessories

Best For Older Children

LUXFURNI Hollywood Lighted Vanity Makeup Mirror

A sophisticated design that wouldn't look out of place in an adult's bedroom.  LUXFURNI is marketed at 'trendy young girls who are a fan of retro style,' and that simple retro look means no matter what age you buy it for, it should be a piece of furniture they're happy to keep well into their teen years. The minimalist design is pared back yet chic and the pop of colour would make it appealing to kids.

  • Price: £76.90
  • The oval-shaped mirror is a nice, distinctive look
  • There are two drawers by way of storage solutions 
     

Best Deluxe Table

Kids Avenue Star Dressing Table‍

While this is one of the more expensive kids dressing tables out there, you're paying extra for a really high-quality piece of work. Four drawers means that kids should have oceans of room for all their accessories and trinkets. The LED lights around the mirror are included in the package, and add another touch of low key glamour to the table. The restrained, clean white colour scheme makes it another appropriate option for older, more discerning children.

Kidadl Best Buys selects the top parent-recommended products across the web for families of all ages. If you liked our suggestions for Best Kids Dressing Table, why not take a look at our 10 Best Kids Bookcases and our 10 Best Nursing Chairs and Rockers for more cool kids furniture ideas.

  • Price: £295
  • Made of high-density particle board with a laminate oak finish
  • There's also a little bar to rest your smartphone or tablet on
     
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Georgia Stone

Georgia is originally from Essex but moved to Switzerland as a child, attending an international school and igniting her love for experiencing the world and its cultures. She later moved back to the UK to study French with Film Studies at King’s College London. She took a break to enjoy a patisserie-filled year abroad in Paris. Shortly after graduating, she started as an intern at Kidadl in a small team of five, progressing with the company as it grew, to where she sits now as Digital Content Manager. Since returning to the UK permanently, she has been known to take ideas from Kidadl for things to see and do close to home and make the most of London’s incredible travel connections to explore further afield.

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