With storage space at a premium in most homes, antique medical cabinets have become a popular (and expensive) way to add storage space to the bathroom. This do-it-yourself version, based on a classic doctor’s cabinet, includes the gleaming display space, generous storage and bright white finish of the originals, but without the expense of an antique.

Perfect for linens and toiletries, the project makes a great addition to the powder room. With its clean lines and pleasing proportions, it’s also at home in the kitchen or dining room as a handsome curio cabinet.

The bathroom cabinet measures 68 inches tall by 24 inches wide by 14 inches deep.

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36 Responses to “Bathroom Cabinet”
    • Mark Greaf

      most projects just look hard to a beginner. Just break it down into smaller parts and slowly work on it. You may be surprised at what you can do.

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  1. perlarryc

    John
    Anything that is complicated is just made up of a whole bunch of simple parts.

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  2. 2geoff2

    I have just finished my bathroom cabinets, I wish I had this plan though the main difference is my doors are raised and fielded paneled.

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  3. Kathy Adams

    I need a cabinet for my kitchen. I think this would work great. it is the perfect dimensions.

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  4. larae

    I started woodworking for a challenge to myself after I retired. I wanted to learn to make cabinets. Your plans are so well laid out it makes anything simple. I have made several cabinets including a kitchen island with a bottom pull out shelf and 4 other drawers for hubby’s canning kitchen and a 9 drawer, 24″ x 6′. cabinet on wheels for hubby’s wood turning supplies and tools. I absolutely love doing woodworking. So for those of you who are worried about starting a project…just think, if a 60 year old woman can do it you can too!! My next project might be this bathroom cabinet!

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