GODMORGONWall cabinet with 1 doorArticle Number402.810.98
Width: 16 "
Height: 2 "
Length: 43 ½ "
Weight: 26 lb 15 oz
No wall mounting screwsGracielaWe bought it yesterday. So far, my husband just assembled it. We were going to install it in the bathroom and realized that the wall mounting screws are missing. As somebody else said, we didn't not even find the part number in the brochure.
If we are supposed to purchase the screws ourselves, I would have liked to know it beforehand.3
Great product!ANDRESGreat product!5
Plan AheadSuzanne N.The cabinet is heavy, well built, nice looking, and there are serious limits to where you can fasten it to the studs, as it has two metal brackets that hang onto the side panels. The back panel is not structural.
I ended up cutting out the wall and screwing a horizontal length of 2x4 into the space between the studs, so there would be something beefy to screw the cabinet to. I wouldn't try hanging it only on anchors. It's heavy. The cabinet covers the hole I cut for the blocking, so it worked out fine.5
Needs a little more interior depthDONNYUsing as a Bath Cabinet but will not hold Mega TP rolls4
No Help for MountingBenjamin V.They didn't include the screws required to mount this thing, nor give a part number for those screws, nor any direction as to mounting on drywall vs solid masonry etc.3
Bathroom cabinetCandiceThe cabinet fits perfectly where I wanted it. The only problem was it was a bit heavier than I expected and getting it hung was a problem.4
Very happy with this productJENNYVery happy with this product5
GreatMARINAIt is concise furniture with very suitable size5
Great StoragePatriciaGreat looking, adjustable space, you can clearly see what you have. Look it. Got 2!5
Broken dreamsEstelleI'm in the middle of a kitchen e
Remodel and purchased these cabinets because they were the perfect size, only problem all of the glass shoes were neatly and tightly pieces of shattered glass. It required an unwanted plan "B".2
Easy to builtAnonymousEasy to built5
Good priceLyudmylaGood price5
Abundant storageLorettaThis slim cabinet is perfect above our toilet. It has ample storage space a sleek appearance. I'm very glad we bought it.5
Works great in the bathroomGREGWorks great in the bathroom5
Love it! Holds so much!BRIANNALove it! Holds so much!5
It's greatNingIt's great5
ModernWendyLooks great in my redone bathroom, love the slickness of it; and it’s very roomy. Only con was that 2 of the glass shelfs came broken but no biggy with IKEA just took them to a store and received 2 replacements.5
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