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Two XL medicine cabinets too crowded?

Posted by junio (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 16, 12 at 10:38

Hi everyone. I will have a 62" x 34" vanity with two sinks in an 8x8 bathroom. Vanity abuts wall on one end but open on other. Vanity has storage, but this is main bath for house so I would like medicine cabinets. They must be surface mount per GC. S0 - I love the Pottery Barn Classic Wall Mounted but they are sold out nationwide of the regular size and only have the XL which measure 20w x 34h x 5d. I have 8' ceilings. I'd prefer two sconces on the outside of each cabinet, or could mount something at the top.

Question: Is this too much stuff for this space above the vanity? Opposite wall has tub/shower and stool. Will be all white classic PB style room.

Thanking you in advance for any advice/input you may have!

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RE: Two XL medicine cabinets too crowded?

Take newspaper, and painters tape and tape up some "medicine chest" sized rectangles and take a will give you a much better sense of how it will look in your room.

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