So here are some pictures of the damage, as well as the organization inside of my cabinet. Is this a strange level of organization? After Ms. Pants mentioned it in the comments of the post with the hand-drawn illustrations of what happened with the door, I wasn't sure.
It's not like there are specific levels/placement for any items. Random items like neosporin, tea lights, monthly contact lense replacements, and deodorant are on the bottom floor, and then lotions, toothpaste, and floss are on floor 2, moving on up to stuff that makes me smell nice all the way to the left on floor 3, which then transitions into various makeup removers, and then all my contact lense cleaning stuff to the right of that level. And the top floor is all about mah face. From pigment lighteners to under-eye puffiness minimizers, along with my daily face lotion, and a random bottle of replacement eye drops, for when the one on the next level down runs out. ::shrugs:: Don't all medicine cabinets look like this?
This is a close-up of the cracked hinge on the door...along with my Pure Vision contacts on the bottom there. Highly recommend them...they are very comfy.
I don't think our cabinet guy is charging us to fix it, but I'm not honestly sure yet. I also don't know if the guy who needs to stain the new door will charge us for that part, either. In my opinion, since I did nothing to cause the issue, it should all be replaced at no expense to me. Right? Isn't that how it should work?
::sigh!:: Sometimes, I wish I was still a renter.