The newly introduced mirrored bath cabinet from Urban Archaeology is such a fabulous alternative to a wall-mounted medicine cabinet, especially since it can hold towels and other bath sundries as well (I’m assuming here that most of us don’t have enough actual medicine to fill the whole thing—though those bottles of NyQuil do tend to multiply). It’s 68 inches high by 27.5 inches wide by 15 inches deep, and it comes in 50 colors and a variety of metal trims. Come to think of it, why limit this beauty to the bathroom? It could look cool filled with books or dishes, too. It will set you back $8,500.

—Gina Bazer

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The newly introduced mirrored bath cabinet from Urban Archaeology is such a fabulous alternative to a wall-mounted medicine cabinet, especially since it can hold towels and other bath sundries as well (I’m assuming here that most of us don’t have enough actual medicine to fill the whole thing—though those bottles of NyQuil do tend to multiply). It’s 68 inches high by 27.5 inches wide by 15 inches deep, and it comes in 50 colors and a variety of metal trims. Come to think of it, why limit this beauty to the bathroom? It could look cool filled with books or dishes, too. It will set you back $8,500.

 

The newly introduced mirrored bath cabinet from Urban Archaeology is such a fabulous alternative to a wall-mounted medicine cabinet, especially since it can hold towels and other bath sundries as well (I’m assuming here that most of us don’t have enough actual medicine to fill the whole thing—though those bottles of NyQuil do tend to multiply). It’s 68 inches high by 27.5 inches wide by 15 inches deep, and it comes in 50 colors and a variety of metal trims. Come to think of it, why limit this beauty to the bathroom? It could look cool filled with books or dishes, too. It will set you back $8,500.

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