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    Roll Shelf (SE-ROT21)

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    $121.28/ Piece

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    for 21"W Base

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      Product Model SE-ROT21
      Description
      For this project Este Stovall of Gilmans Kitchens and Baths says the 30-inch-tall Craftsman medicine cabinet, by Dura Supreme Cabinetry, was designed to fit between two studs that measure 16 inches center to center. The recessed portion of the cabinet is 14½ inches wide and nestled in the opening between the two studs. “It’s installed by framing it to the two adjoining studs,” Stovall says. The frame overlays and covers the opening. It’s important to note that older homes may have different on-center stud dimensions, and in that case would require extra framing. The retail price for this unit runs about $500, depending on the style and finish. Wall-Mounted Cabinets Pros: A wall- or surface-mounted cabinet is easier, because it doesn’t involve opening up and digging into a wall. A wall-mounted cabinet is perfect for either an existing or a new bathroom, and can even be a DIY project.Cons: The cabinet protrudes from the wall instead of being flush with it. Some consider this not as aesthetically pleasing as a recessed cabinet. Also, variety is limited by the constraints of the cabinet design.Requirements: If you’re tackling this project yourself, you just need to make sure you screw the medicine cabinet into a minimum of one wall stud. For that you’ll need to find a stud. Some cabinet designs allow you to drill through any location in the back of the cabinet to enable anchoring to a stud. Otherwise you’ll need to pair the cabinet’s predrilled holes with a toggle bolt, nut and washer. Make sure the bolts are rated for the weight of the cabinet and the items you plan to store inside.

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