Sabourin Curio Cabinet September 27th, 2017 - 11:49:51
When you purchase a Pulaski curio cabinet, you are purchasing one of the finest pieces of furniture around. In fact, the Pulaski name is one which will produce furniture items that are antique-worthy and heirloom quality, passed down from one generation to the next. Not only will it last throughout your life time, but that of your children, grandchildren, and many generations to come. As you enjoy your Pulaski curio display cabinet, you will take great pride in the fact that it displays your precious collectibles with the utmost security and care. Giving that touch of elegance and style to any room, future generations will have the same type of enjoyment for years to come.
The wall-mounted curio cabinet is usually the smallest with an open front with multiple shelves for small collectibles. This curio is normally a square or diagonal design. These cabinets are usually made of wood with multiple display shelves and both attach to the wall. These cabinets normally do not have the intricate design that may appear in tabletop or floor model curios. Although, they still make for very attractive displays of your collectibles. A tabletop cabinet will be considerably smaller than floor curio cabinets. They normally have one to two shelves for display items and one or two doors in the front of glass, wood or metal. Tabletop models will hold only a few items or if you take out the shelves the curio can be used as a doll display case. They can range in size from eight to sixteen inches wide, six to eight inches deep to eighteen to twenty-eight inches high.
Before you purchase your Pulaski cabinet, you first want to make sure you are purchasing from a reputable dealer. You want to ensure that you are indeed getting the same high quality curios that the Pulaski name is synonymous with. Talk with other customers of the dealer and ask about their satisfaction with their purchase.You should also ensure that the dealer has full knowledge of the different options and styles, to best help you choose the right curio cabinets for your home and needs. It is imperative that you fully evaluate all of your options before deciding on a purchase.
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.