Sabourin. Curio Cabinet. September 28th , 2017.
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.
There are several types of curio cabinets. A typical one is called as a standard wall curio. This type of curio cabinet is generally intended to be placed against walls. These tall and slender pieces usually come in square and/or rectangular shapes. They also come in a cylindrical shape with flat backs. Meanwhile, if you are in search of an item to be placed on a corner, then, a corner curio cabinet maybe used. This type usually is in triangular or wedge shapes to fit the rooms corners. While for compact or high traffic areas, a smaller and stunted adaptation of the standard wall curio called the miniature or console cabinets is recommended. On the other hand, if you want a distinctive storage item, then hanging curios will be a good option. These are small and light curio cabinets that are intended to be hanged on walls. They also suit well in areas with limited space.
There are different versions of these kind of cabinets; some can be mounted on wall while others can store many large items. This type of curio is well crafted with wood or metal trim on the sides or back with glasses on the rest of the way around. Using a glass cabinet will allow you to make your objects viewable to your guests, friends and even to your family members, regardless of which side of the cabinet they may be on. This curio cabinet contains no wood post that blocks the view of the artwork that is stored or kept inside of it.
There are a lot of different kinds of these cabinets that would suit any type of house whether it is modern, traditional, or classic because these cabinets are available in many different designs. Some designs would match a modern house while others would best be suited in old houses. According to types, these display cabinets also vary. It may be a standard wall curio, corner curio, console tables, hanging curios, or miniature curios. Depending on your type of display and the purpose, the option is yours on what you will choose from a number of choices. Tall wall curios or corner curios are usually found in the living area. While large rectangular curios are usually found in the kitchen. Hanging curios may be used in offices or rooms.
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.
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