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Good, Better, Best: Red Cross Medicine Cabinets

We've all got bathroom essentials to store that may not necessarily be for all eyes to see (you know what I mean), and of course we've got to have a healthy supply of first aid supplies. There's no reason, though, to throw them in a messy drawer, or let them pile up on the bathroom counter. With these red cross medicine cabinets, you can bring a little bit of pharmacy chic into your home without compromising your counterspace, and you don't have to be Swiss to own one.

Good:

This HEAL's Cross Design Medicine Cabinet ($91) keeps your essentials under lock and key, and out of the hands of small children. It's wall mountable, so you can view all of your goodies at eye level, and it comes in iconic red & white or cool aqua.

Two even better medicine cabinets follow, so read more

Better:


You can put your first aid supplies on display but out of kid reach with these glass and aluminum BisCross medicine cabinets ($480), which are fastened with a lock and key. You can choose from red, orange, green or blue glass and "O," "+," "ll," "=," or "X" detailing, but of course I prefer the red cross.

Best:

This whimsical cross cabinet ($649) was designed by Thomas Ericksson for Cappellini in 1992. It's classic, simple, and immediately recognizable as a collector's item for its high style. It's constructed of lacquered metal and is available in red or white, and has three shelves to hold all the expired meds you'll never use.

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