String System Cabinet with Sliding Mirror Doors

by String

£288.00 Regular price £360.00

The cabinet with sliding mirror doors is available in one width, 78cm, and one depth, 20cmh ite surround.. The cabinet fits into all 20cm deep wire panels from String System.

The cabinet is great to add into your bathroom combination. The sliding mirror doors are smooth to slide to either side and perfect to store toothbrushes and other toiletries you want tucked away.

You can plan your String layout here and then email to us and we can help you with your order.  

Technical Information

78cm W x 30cm D x 42cm H
78cm W x 20cm D x 37cm H
The cabinets neatly hang between side panels with a 30cm or 20cm depth. The side panels need to be ordered separately.
The black is a black stained ash so you can see the wood grain through the colour.

Delivery Lead Time: Approx 5-6 weeks

Refund Policy

This product is ordered in from the manufacturer for you so is deemed a "custom order product". It is non returnable unless faulty on delivery. The lead time stated is an estimate and can be affected by production and transit variables

Build Your Own..

Why not use the String Configurator to build your very own layout..

You can then email the layout over to us at hello@insidestoreldn.com and we'll get an order sent over to you the same day to checkout on, or we can help you with suggestions. Just click here to get started :)

About String..

String is a modular and adaptable shelving system, designed by Swedish architect Nils Strinning in 1949.

It became an instant classic thanks to its affordable pricing, flexibility and minimal aesthetic. It works as a shelving, work and storage solution and provides an unlimited number of layouts.

Thinking about a bathroom layout?

String Pocket Metal invites creativity and personality to your home.. The perforated metal shelves with low edge makes it possible to add hooks and rods (30cm and 58cm) to increase the storage possibilities..

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