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  • dominator24's entry Small Bathroom Easy Access Storage is a winner in the Home Hacks Challenge contest 6 months ago
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  • dominator24 commented on dominator24's instructable Small Bathroom Easy Access Storage6 months ago
    Small Bathroom Easy Access Storage

    Thanks! I actually used a wire going from one side of the cabinet to the other, and that hung on a couple of hooks on the wall. I wouldn't recommend that though, it still has that "leaning forward to potentially crash onto your toilet and break it and wreck your apartment with water damage" feel to it. There was an instructable posted recently about hanging paintings flush with the wall, if you have the right tools I think that would be a great way to do it:http://www.instructables.com/id/Hang-a-Painting-Securely-Flush-and-Level/If you don't have the tools to cut the holes, there is a bracket you can attach that does the same thing (see the far left items on the image in this amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/OOK-59242-Piece-Assorted-Frame/dp/B000F5PLEK/ref=sr_1_1?s=hi&ie...see more »Thanks! I actually used a wire going from one side of the cabinet to the other, and that hung on a couple of hooks on the wall. I wouldn't recommend that though, it still has that "leaning forward to potentially crash onto your toilet and break it and wreck your apartment with water damage" feel to it. There was an instructable posted recently about hanging paintings flush with the wall, if you have the right tools I think that would be a great way to do it:http://www.instructables.com/id/Hang-a-Painting-Securely-Flush-and-Level/If you don't have the tools to cut the holes, there is a bracket you can attach that does the same thing (see the far left items on the image in this amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/OOK-59242-Piece-Assorted-Frame/dp/B000F5PLEK/ref=sr_1_1?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1463154761&sr=1-1&keywords=picture+mounting+hardware)If you go that route, it may still lean forward a little bit but should be fairly secure. Thanks for asking, I didn't know about those type of brackets until I went Googling for something, now I just might switch mine to use those as well!

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