So the medicine cabinets that we ordered for the bathroom that were going to take two weeks to get here have arrived – a few weeks late, but they’ve arrived!

The ones that were in the bathroom were ugly, ugly, ugly (yes, those lights are gone, too!):

I’m very excited about getting these because we’ve sort of put the bathroom project on hold waiting. I was anxious to see how they would match the vanity that’s already there:

We really like the vanity and this was only supposed to be a “quickie” until we gut the entire bathroom someday but we were having a really hard time finding inexpensive medicine cabinets that would match AND fit. In fact, all the “warehouse box stores” only carry a natural-looking wood, black and white so we ended up ordering these through a kitchen and bath store which, needless to say, cost us a small fortune.

We’re actually changing the bathroom so there will only be two mirrors – our contractor comes tomorrow. Needless to say, this “quickie” is going to be there a lot longer than originally planned but I’m excited!!!!!

I’ll post after pics when all is said and done!

Published in:Uncategorized |on April 8th, 2010 |4 Comments »

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4 Responses to “Finally”

  1. daisy Says:

    I’m always so jealous when I see all you get done on your house. I SO wish my husband liked to do such things. I feel like ours is going to fall down around us some day.

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