Gallia China Cabinet October 19th, 2017 - 12:02:33
Step 2: Separate the upper and lower parts of the china cabinet. Wrap the lower part. Most standard china cabinets have two large parts: the top, with all the glass shelves, and a bottom, usually just a set of wooden drawers. If youre working with wood, remember-all wood needs to be covered for safe moving to avoid scratching. Furniture padding, which can be purchased or rented, is ideal for transporting wood, but any spare quilts or blankets will work fine as well. Wrap packing tape or plastic wrap around the padding or blankets. If you choose to use tape it is important not to let the sticky side of tape touch the wood or any glass parts, as the tape will tear the finish from the cabinet when removed.
Traditional ones are usually made with extreme detail and can be quite ornate. However, their modern counterparts have much sharper lines and can fit into any type of decor that exists in your home. Another thing to look for is lighting with in the curio. In this way, you can always have a focal point in the room which houses it. So, youll always have some ambient lighting but at the same time, youll always be able to see those important pieces that means so much to you. In addition to it becoming a focal point, which you can already be even without the lighting, it will show off your valuables much better by reflecting light.
By incorporating a china cabinet into your decor that section of the room instantly becomes the focal point. It is important to make sure that your arrangement is well balanced. Even the size and shape of the collectibles play a role in your cabinets appeal, try to arrange them so they balance against one another. It is important to make sure that you have at least one anchor piece as the center of attraction for your collectibles. It is also important you consider the color; this can make or break the overall feel you are attempting to achieve.
Now the lower part of the china cabinet is ready to be loaded into the truck. 3. Pack the upper part of the china cabinet.Wrap a strip of packing tape around the top and bottom perimeter of the glass upper part of the china cabinet sticky side facing out. Use sheets of cardboard (unfolded cardboard boxes work fine) to cover all the glass. Use another layer of tape around the cardboard once the glass is completely covered. Now cover the cardboard layer with a layer of furniture padding, and wrap packing tape around the top and bottom of the cabinet to secure.