Curio Cabinet. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 11:38:34 AM
Curio cabinets have become a delight in themselves as they showcase your favorite things and mementos to friends and family, keep all your dear treasures in one place to admire them in wonderment everyday, or protect your growing collection of porcelain dolls from your 5-year old. Curio cabinets started as places to keep curios - defined in the dictionary as curious or unusual objects of art or knickknacks and whatnots that are perhaps worthy of collecting because of their oddity. This definition could, of course, include silver spoons from Alaska, all assortments of wedding and christening favors, crystals, face masks from Africa and possibly even shrunken heads from the Amazons of Ecuador and Peru.
There is really no limit to what you can display to your curio cabinet. But most commonly, usual displays revolve around one theme or there is something common between the items. Figurines, jewelry, wines and wine glasses, porcelain and ceramics, photographs, collectibles, souvenirs, are the items usually found inside curios. Curio cabinets and the beautiful display inside it add elegance to any house. The extent of display usually depends on what type of curio cabinet it is, or what the theme of the house is.
Many of us wish to decorate our homes with beautiful furniture to achieve a comfortable ambiance; one that exudes a warm and inviting feeling, and makes your friends and family want to come over for parties or other gatherings. However, constantly having people over to your home can be risky for the collectibles, memorabilia, and other valuables you may have in your home. They may touch the untouchables, accidentally drop the fine china, or cause a dent on your sports trophies. So how can you keep all your valuables safe while still showcasing them? Enter Curio Cabinets.
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