Features one open shelf, an adjustable, interior shelf to hold a variety of bathroom essentials
33.1" toilet clearance
Secures to wall through studs or drywall
Dimensions (Overall): 61.44 inches (H) x 23.56 inches (W) x 7.75 inches (D)
Material: Particle Board (Frame)
Surface Material: Veneer
Weight: 29 pounds
Accessories Included: Anti-tip anchoring hardware
Features: Fixed Shelves, Double Doors
Assembly Details: Adult assembly required, tools not provided
Mount Type: Free standing
Safety and Security Features: Anti-tip anchoring hardware
Number of Shelves: 3
Maximum Shelf Weight Capacity: 25 pounds
Number of doors.: 2
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 064-19-1342
WARNING:This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/furniture www.p65warnings.ca.gov
Maximize storage space with this over-the-toilet cabinet. Featuring an adjustable shelf behind two doors, this storage cabinet is the perfect solution for holding all of your bathroom necessities including extra towels, toilet paper, soaps and more. Includes detailed, step-by-step instructions for easy assembly. Also secures to the wall for extra stability.
I purchased this cabinet at sale price. At first I didn't expect much from this price. When I opened the box, I realized the quality is pretty good. The instruction is clear. I am a 60 years old woman and I can put it together by myself. It is a pretty small cabinet. My bathroom is very small too. It works great for me. It is good to give some extra storage space to a small bathroom, but don't expect to put a lot of towels inside. This cabinet does give a neat and fresh looking to my tiny bathroom. I am very happy with it.
Love it! With some preparation, it's pretty straightforward.
5 out of 5 stars
Larchmonte - 4 months ago, Verified purchaser
I'm really pleased with how this turned out. It's a moderately priced piece, but I was pleasantly surprised with how nice the finish is. My first important step was to lay out all the hardware, which is alphabetically labeled; to move the number stickers on the different parts to where I could see them (sometimes they're hard to find); and to read through the instructions first, so when I started the assembly, it went pretty smoothly. It takes time: I'm a smallish woman without a lot of experience assembling furniture, but I did it by myself a little bit at a time over a Sunday. I cleared the floor in one room so that I could lay it out, and came back to it over the day. Everything went fine until I got to step 11, attaching the brackets that stabilize the back 'wall' of the unit: this was not clear to me. I emailed customer service and they sent me photographs of how it was done. Then, no problem. Very helpful. Because I'm short, rather than assembling the whole thing and then trying to heave it over the toilet, I put the base in place first, then set the top piece on top of it and secured it in place. Worked fine. I changed the knobs on the doors to something that matches the other cabinets in my tiny bathroom and it's really an upgrade to the room. I'm very happy with the experience.