They are done. The medicine cabinets are officially built, hung, and ready for deodorant.
What you see below is 5 of the 555 steps required to build these medicine cabinets. Dave was really anxious to put his wood working skills to the test by trying to re-create the existing 1920 medicine cabinet hanging in our upstairs bathroom. I was on board with the plan...but wondered if buying mirrors wouldn't be easier?
After 2 and 1/2 weeks of dedicated work Dave was frustrated when the swinging doors wouldn't swing. I tried to convince him to throw in the towel (I really need to work on my encouragement skills. What - am I going to encourage the baby to quit when he can't figure out how to tie his shoe? Although...isn't that what crocs are for?)
But per normal - Dave triumphed and created some fabulous, 1920 style medicine cabinets for us. I can't wait to load them up...especially since I don't have to share mine with Dave!
Dave I'll never make you throw away an empty deodorant tube or old, nasty toothbrush again. You can get quite the collection going.