After searching for a new medicine cabinet and not finding any of quality or reasonable price, I decided to just give mine a facelift. I measured the mirror door and went to a craft store
and bought an open back picture frame for $25. I removed the door and once properly aligned, I secured the mirror to the frame with metal mirror holders and frame screws. I had to buy the screws separately because the screws that came with the metal holders were too long. I then ran strong adhesive glue all around the edge of the mirror and let dry for around 6 hours. Once dry I reattached the door and voila, it looks like a brand new medicine cabinet. Next up, getting rid of that awful light above it.......baby steps. ;)
I'm sure this has been done before, but I wanted to share anyway.
I was tired of looking at the ugly, clunky Listerine bottle on my sink top.
I picked up this soap/lotion dispenser (plastic) for around $3 at Walmart. It looks nice and takes up less space. Even my husband who rarely notices things in the house, said it works nicely and controls the amount of mouthwash you want in your cup better.
I found these small plastic crates at the store Five Below for just $2 a piece.
They connect together with a small peg and hole and a snap on the sides.
To hang, I simply drilled a hole in the bottom of each crate, used an anchor and screw to attach to the wall and Viola!
The hardest part was getting the stickers off the back. ;)
For those that have expressed concern about the height of the crates, my house is a cape and the upstairs ceilings are low. Two walls are slanted, so wall space is limited, I had to be creative. My daughter is almost 8 and is tall, so with the help of a small step stool, she can reach her toys. If your child is smaller, I would recommend hanging these crates lower.