|Item Weight||34 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23.3 x 7.4 x 68.6 inches|
|Item model number||414029|
|Assembled Height||68.583 inches|
|Assembled Width||7.402 inches|
|Assembled Length||23.307 inches|
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Sauder Peppercorn Etagere Bath Cabinet, Cinnamon Cherry Finish
- Space-saving cabinet
- Two adjustable shelves
- Faux granite finish shelf
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Sauder Linen Tower in Cinnamon Cherry Finish. Open shelving features cubbyhole divider for towel storage. Faux granite finish with Ever Sheen top-coat provides clear, durable finish that resists heat, stains and scratches. Adjustable shelf behind louver detailed door. Reversible door opens left or right. Cinnamon Cherry finish with Cascade Granite finish accent. Peppercorn Collection.
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The legs are flimsy, even with the bracing piece at the bottom. We eventually just left the legs off and just propped the top part on top of the toilet, using nails on either side of it to keep it from sliding.
So, for what we got, I'm happy; we managed to make it work.
My additions to other reviewers' helpful hints:
1. The wall mount screws are very close to the shelves and you will need a tiny screwdriver/drill in order to get the leverage you need to turn the screws. Or, I suppose you could simply drill new holes for the wall mounts, but I did not want to drill into the finished sides.
2. The bottom shelf will probably be tall enough for most toilets -- I believe it was 23-24 " from the ground to the bottom of the marble shelf -- so if you have a normal-height toilet and are considering this shelf, BUY IT! You will (probably) not regret it.
3. Due to the molding on the sides, the opening to the shelves is slightly smaller than the width of the shelves themselves. I wish I had the foresight to insert my storage baskets from the back before mounting it to the wall!
4. Another company sells extenders / "stilts" for a similar cabinet, but I was not sure it they would fit, so I did not try them. I also did not try drilling new holes into the sides to raise the bottom shelf up, as I was pretty certain I would mess it up and the shelf would be crooked. If you are curious about how I made my cabinet taller, I bought 4 wooden, semi-flat curtain rod finials (the knobs that screw into the ends of curtain rods) at Lowe's to use as "feet". (I did not use pre-made furniture legs because the screws were too wide.) I drilled 4 holes in the bottom of the particle board, which I screwed the finials into. The finials were not quite flat on the bottom, so I stuck on some felt sliders -- those little sticky things that go on the bottom of chairs and tables -- and it worked well. It was a little wobbly after that, so I mounted it to the wall with 1 drywall screw. So far, so good. It seems sturdy enough to hold normal bathroom items (TP, cotton swabs, hair products, candles, etc.).
5. I saw a couple of reviewers say that it took them about an hour to assemble. It took me about 3 hours, including wall mounting, etc. The instructions were fairly easy to follow and the larger pieces were labeled, but there were a lot of screws and such that needed sorting.
Hope this helps!
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*Even looks great up close
*Very sturdy once it's secured to the wall