Curio Cabinet. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 12:00:06 PM
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.
Are you planning to redecorate your place to save some space for new appliances or furniture pieces? Or do you wish to reorganize so you would have a clutter-free room? If your answer to the questions is yes, then you certainly need a wall curio cabinet. These kinds of cabinets are especially made to hold stuff either for decorations or for storage purposes. Glass curio cabinets make a good furniture for your small home decors or figurines. They also make good storage cabinets for your valuable stuff. Depending on the interior design of your space, you can purchase a wall curio cabinet that will match the existing design of your room. Glass curio cabinets are available in many different styles and designs. There are those that are plain, while some are beveled or etched. Whether you want a modern, vintage, retro, or classic feel to your room, you will find something that would go with the theme of your choice.
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.
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