Adding a Recessed Medicine Cabinet with Mirror

Apr 8th

Recessed Medicine Cabinet With Mirror – Recessed medicine cabinet with mirror If your kit is built into the wall, there will be a meeting between the point where the cabinet wall begins and ends. As with any joint between different building materials, you have to end this somehow. The best and most effective way is to install molding around, making a frame, like a picture. This will cover the joint in the cabinet and the wall, and give it a presentable surface. Use the appropriate cuts or increases in the other room setting.

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Adding a recessed medicine cabinet with mirror along a stretch of the cabinet edge where it meets the wall. Mark out the measurement over a length of ore-finished setting, putting two pen marks on the lower edge of the molding with the measured space there between. Place the trim on a miter saw, so the lower edge is facing the blade and up front.

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Slide the mode setting another mark that is in front of the blade. Turn the blade 45 degrees outward, away from the molding, turned from the way it went before. Stop. Hold the adjuster along the edge of the recessed medicine cabinet with mirror, where it meets the wall, so that the inner edge of the molding running along the line of the cabinet and the two mitered ends of the board’s angle off both ends of the cabinet. Secure the piece with a cutting nailed.