36" Frmless Srfc Mnt Bevld Med Cab
- Adjustable Shelves : Yes
- Adjustable hinges : Yes
- Assembled Depth (in.) : 4.25 in
- Assembled Height (in.) : 29.75 in
- Assembled Width (in.) : 36 in
- Assembly : Pre-Assembled
- Cabinet material : Wood
- Color : Beveled mirror
- Color Family : Silver metallic
- Concealed hinges : Yes
- Decorative door pull/handle : No
- Depth (in) : 4.25 in
- Etched mirror : No
- Fog Free : No
- Height (in) : 29.75 in
- Integrated electrical outlet : No
- Item Package Type : Cardboard Container
- Item Weight : 47 lb
- Mirror Type : Plain
- Mirror on back of door : No
- Mirrored back cabinet wall : No
- Number of Shelves : 2
- Optional mirrored light fixture : No
- Recessed : No
- Shelf width (in.) : 34.875
- Weight Capacity (lb.) : 21 lb
- Width (in) : 36 in
5.0 / 5.0
Product get just under 5 stars, site gets -1. It just ate my review. Grrrr...We just remodeled our bathroom and this cabinet was perfect. Our budget is very limited, and for the price, you really can't beat this. We actually got two, and they've absorbed all the bottles and meds we could ask. Our counter is clean for the first time and has been that way for a whole month now!It makes the smallish bath look twice as large and reflects our tub-wall mural beautifully (see pics.)It's heavy...I mean, get real. 36" of mirror isn't going to be light, so prepare something (we used a stack of 2x4s) to set it on while you drill and mount. OTOH, we're two old ladies (60 and 70) with very particular notions about alignment and we managed quite handily.the shelves are 1/2" composite and 36" wide. Again, get real, they're going to bend without more support. A deftly applied drill about midway and a small diameter metal dowel all the way through the wall behind will support it very nicely. We have ours loaded down...tho we do tend to put lightweight items toward the center, and it's doing fine.I included a few pics of it in situ. Just don't look at the counter edge. We haven't put it on yet...The paint's still drying! :D
5.0 / 5.0
Easy to mount - gets everything up off the sink and put away cleanly. Tip- mount it higher than you normally would and add a glass shelf underneath.
1.0 / 5.0
These are really good looking cabinets but after a month the mirror started graying or de-silvering in the bottom edge and where we touched to open it, the sawdust board started to bubble up. And we have the highest power bathroom fan we could get. This happened in a bathroom we don't even use at all (the desilvering). It would have been impossible to avoid it getting totally ruined, especially if guests use it. The inside is all that sawdust board and it isn't a good material for a bathroom, in particular for this one because the boards are not sealed at the very edge so it is easy for moisture to absorb. In addition to this, the mounting requires you to just randomly drill long wood screws through it to mount it....not very easy.
5.0 / 5.0
My husband and I installed this in 45 min. It makes the bathroom look so much better, plus all that was on the counter is now in the medicine cabinet. Remove the doors from the hinges before you install, it makes it so much lighter to hold up.
5.0 / 5.0
It changes the appearance of my bathroom. I did not have a medicine cabinet before and my bathroom was used to look very untidy and crowded. This cabinet takes many small items, organizes the bathroom and easy to hang. I am please with my selection. However, thanks for the other reviewers which their comments were very useful.
5.0 / 5.0
I bought this medicine cabinet to replace the vanity mirror and provide extra storage for my tiny little bathroom. I decided to do the recessed install which worked really well. Simple design, goes well with any style. (I should know I've gone through 3 different faucets and 2 light fixtures trying to find the right ones...) This med cabinet has worked with them all.
5.0 / 5.0
This is just as good looking as some of the far more expensive designer ones. The beveled glass adds a distinctive touch and the hardware is smooth.I admit I had a bit of trouble installing it, but I honestly think that was because I overestimated my skills a bit. It definitely took two people to hoist it up--it's a bit of an awkward shape for one person to do, or at least for a rather short person to do. ;-)The wood isn't waterproof, so just in case, you might want to line the shelf you put shampoo or other liquids on.
1.0 / 5.0
We got this 3 door cabinet home and put it in the opening the old cabinet was in... One inner door bracket was installed crooked and was not able to adjust the door. The center and right door had a 1/4 inch gap between them and couldn't be adjusted out.This cabinet is so narrow, most bottles couldn't be put in sideways...It has 2 shelves and they go completely across the full width of the cabinet.(all 3 doors) This means if you have a large bottle (mouth wash) the 1st shelf is limited to that bottle height all the way across the cabinet... In our case this meant the 1st shelf was 12" high...The posted dimensions are all shorter than what was on the box.The internal finish looked like it was just white primer and the wood felt soft as if it would dent/scar easily.It's bad when your 20 year old cabinet....looks/ fits and stores better than the new one...Good thing Home Depot has a good return policy...I recommend not buying this brand of cabinet as everyone we looked at seemed poorly designed and shoddily built.
1.0 / 5.0
WIthin a few months after we installed this cabinet the silver started to come off, and while we're very careful to touch only the outer edges of the doors, it's getting worse. I have never been so disappointed in a product. We had our last cabinet over 20 years without incident, but this one started to look awful within months. Don't buy this product.
3.0 / 5.0
Overall, I'm happy to finall have a large medicine cabinet, but I feel like this was worth HALF the price at best. The mirrors are the only truly valuable things about this, but it does the job. I will probably be happier if I install it IN the wall, instead of on it. The over quality isn't very high, so having it installed in the wall might give it a more solid feel. Currently, it has too much movement. Securing it to be as solid feeling as possible would probablt require 9+ screws, but you want to have as many going into the studs of your wall if you are mount outside the wall.Pros:1 - Mirrors2 - It's large in width & height3 - holds alot of stuffCons:1 - Mirrors were not perfectly flush, although some adjustments can be made2 - shelves flex & bow easily2a - only two shelves are provided (you can position these)3 - Too expensive for what you get4 - Does not include hardware (scrwes, etc.)Go ahead and get it, but be aware that you will feel like you paid too much, and installation requires some basic understanding on how to properly mount something that can weight approximately 40 pounds if complete filled (NOTE: shelves are lame, and you may want to get a match made for a fourth level.I wish I saved up for a nicer one. I hate regretting a purchase, esspecially at Home Depoty because I love those guys ;)