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Framed recessed medicine cabinet suggestions?

Posted by joneswest (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 15, 13 at 13:43

Hi all, We are doing complete reno of master bath. Our vanity will be 90 inches with double sinks and we'd like a medicine cabinet over each sink. We have enough storage in the vanity where I could live without the medicine cabinet but I am such a mess in the bathroom that I have liked the convenience of the cabinet. We want it recessed and framed, likely in a brushed steel -- bathroom will be white subway tiles, carrera cabinet, with carrera accents and gray floor, and chrome fixtures. Problem is that we can't find many options for framed medicine cabinets. We were pointed to Glasscrafters, Afina, and Sofia, but still not many options there. Does anyone have any other ideas or suggestions? Also, it seems like a reasonably priced cabinet will still be 400-600, does that sound right? Thanks so much!!!

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RE: Framed recessed medicine cabinet suggestions?

Have a look at Restoration Hardware. I've used two of their cabinets and have been pleased with the quality. One is a surface mount white model that has been in our main bath for 5 years - looks like new with daily use.

The other is a recessed polished nickel model. Very nice interior - all mirrored with glass shelves, and you can get them with lighting/outlet inside as well (expensive).

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