Hacking a Medicine Cabinet – Part 1

This is a small piece of the cheap remodelling of our downstairs bathroom. The goal is to take the existing medicine cabinet, and modify it so it looks more up to date without spending the same amount of money to just buy a new one. When everything is done it will be a white cabinet with a dark wood frame around a mirrored door.

I looked around the web and found a cheap medicine cabinet that kinda fits the description for around $25. It’s a Broan-Nutone 902 – 20X16 Med Oak Cabinet. If I purchased this I would spend just under $5 for a can of brown spray paint to finish the oak trim. That makes my maximum budget $30.

The medicine cabinet I’m working with has a rounded oak frame and gray paint on the metal.

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Original Cabinet On the Bathroom Wall

Original Cabinet On the Bathroom Wall


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