|22.25" x 27.25" Surface Mount Medicine Cabinet||27.25" H x 22.25" W x 5.75" D||Unavailable|
|Door Type:||Swing Door|
|Product Category:||Medicine Cabinets|
Questions & Answers
Zenith 22.25" x 27.25" Surface Mount Medicine Cabinet
beautiful bathroom cabinet
sharon from Henrico, VA– Verified Buyer
love the cabinet haven't installed yet still working on bathroom
Billy from Denver– Top 500 Reviewer
This was a nice buy for the guest bathroom. I feel it could be a little more sturdy but for the price it was fine.
Kelly from United States– Verified Buyer
It is a great looking medicine cabinet for the price. Have been searching for awhile and was very happy to have finally find something for my bathroom!! My experience with wayfair has been excellent so far.
Just as expected
K. from WI
This cabinet got here pretty quickly and the quality is what I expected, worth the price. I'm happy with it.
RALPH from SPOKANE, WA– Verified Buyer
I needed two of these for my master bath remodel and I did not want to spend a lot of money so this worked out great. Well built.Review this product in 20 words or more...
Delivered with defects
Joseph from Nassau, NY– Verified Buyer
Product came with cosmetic defects but wasn't worth the hastle & time for return. Would have loved it if it was in perfectnew shape.
NICE MEDICINE CABINET
Phan from Carrollton, TX– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
High quality material, nice looking medicine cabinet that is practical. Perfect for my master bath room. I like the fact it opens toward the mirror so it's easy to pull items out of cabinet.
wood cabinet made in china
Patrick Roy from Anjou, QC– Verified Buyer
Not a very Good wood quality, but still correct. The cabinet was dommaged during transport, i repaired it by myself.
Dina Phillips from Milan, TN– Verified Buyer
Surprising for the price.It looks sturdy and the buckle looks nice. Looks nicer than it cost. I would recommend.
Attractive but difficult to mount
Steven Brierley from Westford, MA– Verified Buyer
The mounting holes on the back of the cabinet were spaced 16 and 9/16 inches apart, rather than the standard stud spacing of 16 inches. Measuring the spacing of the mounting screws in the wall to the 16th of an inch is critical, since there is NO margin for error: the holes in the back of the cabinet are EXACTLY big enough to just clear the head of a drywall screw, so there is no alignment slop. The spacing of the first set of screws I put in the wall were off by about 1/16th of an inch and it was not possible to mount the cabinet: I had to drill a second set of holes (measured much more carefully this time!) for the mounting screws.