The new IKEA Ramebo mirror is a fabulous Anthropologie dupe
IKEA has done it again, pulling off another fabulous dupe of a premium product we’d sprung from, but kept a cautious distance from due to the high price tag.
If you were looking to update your mirror ideas and also had your eye on the Anthropologie Primrose mirror, IKEA’s new Råmebo mirror is just as gorgeous and much more affordable.
Decorated with removable golden ornaments, the Råmebo mirror is vintage but chic, classic but trendy. Choose between a smaller option that can sit on a vanity or hang on a wall, or a large floor-standing fixture that would be the centerpiece of any room.
Mirror IKEA Råmebo
For the smallest size (still an impressive fixture at 24″ wide and 35″ tall), the Råmebo Mirror is $129.99, compared to Anthropolgie’s lowest asking price in the Primrose collection from $548.00.
The price jump is not compensated by the differences between the two mirrors, which are much more subtle. Both have a grand appearance and an antique flair. We love that the ornaments can be detached from the Råmebo piece, so you can still enjoy the beautiful size, shape and color of the mirror if the decorative elements aren’t to your liking.
The longer version of the Råmebo mirror is 29″ wide and 66″ high, and costs $199.99. This would be a fabulous hallway mirror idea or suitable for a bedroom. You’ll probably be too busy marveling at the metalwork to remember to check your outfit for the day.
Primrose Anthropology Mirror
Floor mirrors from Anthropologie’s Primrose Collection are priced at $1,098.00 and $1,598.00. They’re huge and stunning, but understandably a bit over the budget for some, as can often be the case with Antropologie products.
The higher price reflects the quality of the frames in the Primrose collection, made from a combination of handcrafted resin, iron and engineered hardwood. The Råmebo has a simpler aluminum frame, but the beautiful golden color and decorative embellishments mean it looks anything but cheap.
It’s safe to say we’re impressed with IKEA for once again providing us with a more affordable way to create dreamy aesthetics inside our homes. If you’re a fan of vintage-style decorating, this IKEA hack can turn your kitchen into a Bridgerton-style restaurant.