HEMNESMirror cabinet with 2 doorsArticle Number402.176.77
Width: 17 ¾ "
Height: 3 ½ "
Length: 38 ¾ "
Weight: 52 lb 15 oz
Love itMelissaLove it5
Top QualityTRACYI love these cabinets! Very sturdy and plenty of storage! Highly recommend!!! Mirrors in inside and outside are awesome5
Beautiful! Fits perfectly and goesLINDABeautiful! Fits perfectly and goes great with the sink and vanity we purchased at Ikea5
Perfect for my needsDeniseNeeded a large cabinet for my new bathroom and the two cabinets for both my husband and myself were perfect!5
Beautiful but way too tallDARIA L.This cabinet is everything I wanted. However, when we went to hang it over our new vanity, it would end up so high (in order to clear the faucet) that you can't see into the mirrors. Plus there wasn't space for a light fixture on top. So....we ended up cutting down the vertical boards so the bottom open shelf went away, and reattached the bottom. Now, it's perfect, really good value and lots of storage.3
I have missing partsOnganYes 👍 I have missing parts
Little decoratif plastic pins not inclued3
SJPSherryThis bathroom wall cabinet suited all of our needs. It also looks great. I painted it to match our vanity.5
instructions for assembly could beRoninstructions for assembly could be more clearer5
Good cabinet for priceSHANNONI bought this cabinet for extra storage and it does the job nicely. It looks good and I am happy with it. My only issue was not being able to install a shelf in the spots behind the hinges. It would be dangerous to try to put the in before installing the backing or hanging, but maybe I am missing something. I scooted down a few spots and all is well.4
Excellent DesignLindaWhen you are short on space, this cabinet gives you the room needed to handle all those items used on a daily basis. Plus the design is very attractive. Looks great in our remodeled bathroom!!5
Hemnes, best choice everElliotEasy to assembly, easy to install, great space and materials. Definitely a good choice.5
Nice productluisNice product5
nice looking and good qualityARTHUROverall a good product.
Not a nitpicking - for cabinet this size to hang on wall, it really needs a hanging rail design that can be fastened to studs.4
Really nice storageRebeccaOnly thing i dont like it is a bit deep. Beautiful quality5
Nice cabinetKIMWe bought Hemnes medicine cabinet and vanities for current home we are remodeling to sell. But will definitely be putting them in again in next home we are building.5
HUGESusanHolds everything!! its rooms and easy to access each shelf!5
Wonderful Storage!DebThis has a ton of storage. The mirrors are clear and the center storage shelves are handy.5
Perfect ComplimentCINDIWe bought this to go with the cabinet that matches and it is the perfect Compliment. Love it and love the amount of storage inside.5
I felt this was soBeverlyI felt this was so easy to follow the directions and put together5
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