05-19-2013, 10:50 AM
Snuff, That's certainly an option and something to be considered when designing a cabinet. Not everyone will agree with cabinets designed by others for their own use. When I built mine I designed it with fully opaque panels so that folks couldn't see into it. Glass certainly was considered. If folks can see in that invites them opening the doors and touching/handling. Not what I wanted at all since mine sits above the obama presidential library chair and not everyone puts the seat down. I could see something landing in the hopper. The items in my shave cabinet are as private as my undies. Going inside is by invitation only.
05-19-2013, 11:08 AM
Thanks for the comments. The glass used in this cabinet and another in the bathroom was chosen to match the shower door. Clear glass was not an option. While clear glass might have looked nice in the cabinets, I would just as soon have have a little privacy in the shower.
05-22-2013, 10:11 AM
Here's a photo with the doors open. The cabinet is solid oak, no plywood except for the back. The shelves are all adjustable and I need to do some organizing. I have another razor coming so need to come up with a better arrangement for those. All in all, it has worked out okay. The brush in the cabinet is used for travel so it's stored there when dry and not in use.
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