They can streamline and organize your morning rituals. Take a look at some fetching options that span a range of styles.
Medicine cabinets appeared around the same time as plumbing, and some wood styles haven't changed much since then. Others, with vibrant colors and waterproof finishes, fit nicely in a modern bath. Here are a few fetching options that span the range of styles.
This traditional Silver framed cabinet from Kohler features a reversible door, which can be installed left or right hinge, surface-mounted or recessed.
Around $257; Kohler
Beach Street, from Restoration Hardware, is made from American birch and select birch veneers. It features beadboard wainscoting and faceted, vintage-style glass knobs.
Approximately $195; Restoration Hardware
NuTone Premier's iColor collection features interior mirrors and reversible mounting for left or right-hand door opening. Spice up your room with one of the six bold colors offerings. Shown is Cobalt blue.
About $312; NuTone
Adjust the side mirrors on this chrome-plated 1920s-style model to allow a better view of the sideburn-trimming process, then store your razor in the center cabinet.
Around $415; American Standard
With its slim, arched-top frame, you almost can't tell there's a 4-inch-deep mirror-backed cabinet behind this aluminum door. It includes a side kit for surface mounting.
Approximately $326; Kohler