In our new town home, our bathroom had no medicine cabinet to hide all our personel things. We did not use the legs and hung ours on the wall.This cabinet made it very east to hide everything you did not want to see. Its very styleish and perfert for small tight spaces. Ours is hung over top of toilet.
I have a tiny bathroom so the depth of this piece and the curved shelves were the huge draws. I needed it to be oriented in the opposite direction but I was afraid that such an inexpensive product would not hold up to the maneuvers this would require. It certainly did! We basically turned it upside down, drilling holes for the legs into the top and new holes for magnet, knob, and pivot holes for the door (and spackling the existing ones). But all of that worked out just fine! Another shelf inside the cabinet WOULD have made it even better, but I really have no complaints. Our wall is unsuited to attaching the cabinet, but it really does seem to be stable enough freestanding. I am extremely happy with this piece !
I didn't realize how cheaply made it was until I began to put it together. It actually says in the directions that this floor cabinet needs to be anchored to the wall. I do not plan to do this since it would be a pain when I attempt to clean the floor.
Needed some storage in remodeled bath in basement with space limitation that this fit perfectly. I put it together in about an hour, it is sturdy, and attractive as well. This can be hung on wall or placed on feet with the feet installed which is what we did.