Yolette. Curio Cabinet. October 09th , 2017.
Where you put the curio inside your house is also a determining factor to what you should put inside it. For example, a cabinet curio which will serve as the focal point of your living room can hold your precious collections of porcelain and ceramics. It can also serve to house your souvenir collection of items which you got from the different countries youve visited. If you put the curio cabinet in the kitchen, you can use its shelves to display wines and wine glasses, or your finest kitchen ware collection. If it is a miniature curio and is located in your room, you can put your jewelry inside it. If it is a hanging curio in your library, you can use it to hold your book and magazine collections, or if it is in your fun room, you can display your DVD collections or toy collections in it.
Truly, curio cabinets are great investments. However, it shall also be emphasized that as these pieces treasure your collectibles, it is also important that you treasure the furniture too. In cleaning curios, primarily, you have to place your stuffs out so accidental breakage may be prevented. Then, wipe the item using a clean dusting cloth sprayed with a furniture dusting polish. Make sure that you totally dry the cabinet for moisture can harm the cabinets condition. Afterwards, work on the cabinets outside material. Window cleaners may also be sprayed on glass doors and shelves using paper towels. It is also advisable that you clean your collectibles before placing them back to the cabinet. So there you have it! Its about time that you add an extra twist in your home. A plush-looking curio cabinet will certainly keep your valuables and collectibles safe and stunning.
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.
Glass curio cabinets are a nice way to display those little odds and ends that every good collector picks up. While there are dedicated collectors out there that specialize in one or maybe two types of collections, the vast majority of people tend to collect odds and ends from their daily lives. Dedicated collectors often have specialized methods of preserving and displaying their collections, but for those of us who almost randomly and haphazardly pick up anything for display and collection, glass curio cabinets are one of the most attractive ways to organize our assorted memorabilia.
Corner type glass panels are one of my favorites: these are designed to fit securely in a corner, making them unobtrusive and taking up relatively little space in a room. Their biggest drawback is that they dont have much room for bulky items, but they are perfect for displaying small curiosities. Their shapes are rarely just a square. More often, they will have two sides made to fit snugly into a room corner, and the exposed side can be anything from another flat angle (making the cabinet a triangle) or rounded off to maximize room for your displays.
Any content, trademark/s, or other material that might be found on this site that is not this site property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does CitiLiveHotel claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.