The corner medicine cabinet is an ideal cabinet for small bathrooms with limited space. Some models of this type of traditional styles come in furniture but most are of contemporary style and design. Owners can get with or without mirrors, and if they choose the type of mirrors, they can get mirrors on the front, sides or both. This type of cabinet will not offer all the storage that other styles of medicine cabinets, but if the homeowner has a limited space anyway, this cabinet will give you more storage capacity than it has now. Installing a new medicine cabinet on corner wall is a difficult situation, and one must proceed with caution.
Corner medicine cabinet, this type of wall does not work for built-in wardrobes. The space between the posts is usually not large enough for a standard built-in cupboard, and cannot be cut through the wooden posts in a load-bearing wall. This means that the cabinet must be mounted on the outside of the wall. Although this will mean the loss of a few inches of space, in this situation, there is simply not much choice. Use a stud locator to locate the studs on the wall. Keep the beam detector in front of you and wave it back and forth. Wait until the location of the wooden posts is indicated and then mark the area with a pencil.
Measure where the upper part of the corner medicine cabinet will go. It is a common problem to hang a medicine cabinet too high for daily use. Ideally, the upper part of the medicine cabinet should be at eye level. Mark this point on the wall with your pencil. Have a friend pick up the medicine cabinet instead. It can be held for you while you put in the screws. It is very difficult to try to do this on your own. Insert the mounting screws into the back of the cabinet, into the uprights, with a cordless screwdriver. The screws should be at least 1 inch long to get a good grip on the beam wood. If the furniture is weighing more than 10 pounds, raise the 2-inch screws. Tighten the screws until the head is flush with the back of the cabinet.