White Enameled QBOÂ® Perforated Steel Cube Door
QBO cubes and more
purchased 14 cubes on 2 separate sales with all the shelves, frosted glass, solid doors perforated doors and install in my new remodeled kitcken
September 19, 2013
Tough to Assemble
I bought 15 doors for a 3x5 wall unit. The installation is still tough even I figured out how to do it after the first door. To fit one end to hole, you need to use two hands: one bends the middle to direction of the door's edge, the other holds back the end so eventually the tip of steel wire will line up with the hole on the door. To put the door into the cube, push down the bottom hole first, for the other hinge, press the wire to retreat to the level of plastic then push in and line up the edge to make the top hole lined up. After painful installation, I am satisfied with the whole unit.
May 28, 2011
Love the locker look!
These cubes are great. They are built well and sturdy and can be used to solve any number of storage problems. When we added the perforated doors it gave us that "locker" look we wanted and they just look cool. Not too hard to assemble. The doors take a bit of extra muscle but my husband got that part of the job. Just move slow and be careful not to scratch the enameled finish. I also did not have to take apart the cubes which we bought first - we added the doors weeks later. Just a rubber mallet is needed to pop up the top and then use your hand to do the rest.
August 8, 2011
Impossible to Put together!
The directions are not a great translation from Italian to English and the pictures are inadequate to put these doors together - the pieces do not seem to fit. The container store should add a video what shows you to put these together on the website.
February 5, 2011