Gaetane Curio Cabinet September 23rd, 2017 - 18:06:56
The first question you should ask when buying a curio cabinet is: What kind of curios will I put in it? If it is a tall brass alto saxophone, then you need to get a tall, traditional curio cabinet with fitted glass doors to keep the dust out and with removable glass shelves to make room for your favorite musical instrument.How much light is there at the spot where you are going to put your curio cabinet? Is it in the sunroom with plenty of natural light or is it in a dark corner of the house? If the latter then you need an illuminated cabinet to brighten the corner as well as provide accent lighting to your displays.
The type of cabinet that you should choose for certain items should depend on where you will put it, what will be its main purpose, what is the existing design of your house, and what are your other furnitures, and more importantly what you will display in it. These considering factors will help you in choosing what design, size, or type of curio cabinet you should get. Curio cabinets are just so amazing that they can serve a number of purposes in your house and at the same time add that touch of elegance to whatever area of the house you put it. It also helps you organize your collections while others who see it can appreciate its beauty. The best curio cabinet for your most precious collections is the one that will bring out the best in your display and will brighten-up your home as a whole.
Really there is no actual definition of what goes into a Curio Cabinet. It will change from person to person, depending on what he or she feels is valuable and impressive enough to show off to guests. Standard wall curios are your typical curio cabinet. They are tall and narrow, normally in a squared or rectangular shape. However dont be surprised to see dylindrical curios. With the exception of the cylindrical curios, most wall curio cabinets are going to have flat backs. The point of these is to be placed against walls, but not necessarily in corners (unless you wish to place them there). Corner curio cabinets are your typical wall curio, however these must be placed in corners. Many corner curio cabinets tend to be triangular or wedge-shaped where the pointed end would go into the corner. You may also place square and rectangular cabinets in corners if you wish, though corner curios are generally a more efficient use of the space.
When people think of curio cabinets they generally think of large, big, and beautiful cabinets that seem to reach from floor to ceiling. While this is a popular form of curio cabinet, you may be surprised to learn that there are many different sizes of curio cabinets available, for example, hanging wall curio cabinets. Hanging wall curio cabinets are great because they help save space and cost much less than full sized curios. Anything that is lighter on the checkbook or wallet works well for us. What is more is that these call curios are just as beautiful and elegant as their larger counterparts, just a great deal smaller.