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Restoration Hardware Medicine Cabinet

Posted by marcia59 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 12, 10 at 17:29

I'm considering medicine cabinets from Restoration Hardware, specifically the Hutton (white painted wood frame) and the Wide Frame (wide metal frame in satin nickel). I generally think of their products as good quality, but was wondering if anyone has any experience, good or bad, to share. The prices seem alarmingly reasonable compared to, say, Robern, and I don't want to buy junk. Some of their medicine cabinets are in the stores, but most, including the ones I want, are only available on the website, so I'd have to actually order them to see what they're like.

Thanks.


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RE: Restoration Hardware Medicine Cabinet

I don't have experience to share with you, but if you have a Restoration Hardware outlet near you, make sure you visit. I was shocked at how many medicine cabinets and mirrors they had at the one I visited. Many of them are just catalog returns. Even if you're not interested in buying from the outlet they have most of the things that are not sold in stores so at least you could take a good look at one before you buy.


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RE: Restoration Hardware Medicine Cabinet

We put the cartwright medicine cabiet in all of our baths. The price was too good to pass up. They are all installed, but we haven't used them yet. They look nice enough to me.


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RE: Restoration Hardware Medicine Cabinet

Assuming they are manufactured by the same company, I have a Hutton vanity and I am very pleased with the overall construction, quality, and appearance. So far, I have always been pleased with the quality of items I have purchased from Restoration Hardware.


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