This lighted curio cabinet has a mirrored finish and tempered glass shelves that add an ultra-glam look to any corner in your living room. It's made from solid and engineered wood with a silver hue, and it features insert accents on the side for a layer of Art Deco design. The five tiers of glass shelf space are ideal for displaying books, collectibles, and succulents. And the included lights on the side are sure to brighten up any darkened corner. Plus, this cabinet has four magnetic doors that keep your most precious items protected.
With its hand-finished charm, this display cabinet features a classic design, solid wood construction, and a warm shade of brown to create a timeless look. Showcase unique collectibles, framed photographs, or awards and trophies on the shelves of this cabinet. Suitable for both home and office, the simple design of this piece complements any style of space while keeping the focus on your treasured display.
This contemporary glass accent cabinet is encased in transparent glass for a museum-worthy look in your dining room. The two glass doors on the front open to reveal four tiers of shelf space for everything from collector's items and dishes to books and framed family photos. We love that the magnetic chrome-finished catches on the doors make sure that dust and other debris stay out of the way and leave your items looking good. Something to admire: Two of the shelves in this cabinet do not expand across the case, breaking up traditional shelving designs for plenty of modern character.
This rustic corner cabinet lets you display your hummel collections, dishes, and other collected curios. Its curved frame is made from a blend of glass and engineered wood in a rich neutral finish, and it's designed to be placed in any corner of the living room or family room. The two wood-framed entry doors feature a magnetic catch and open to four adjustable glass shelves with plate grooves and a mirrored back. And thanks to adjustable interior lighting, all of your collectibles are properly showcased. Best of all, this cabinet comes with tip-restraining hardware for added safety.
Inspired by a turn-of-the-century surgeon's cabinet, this unique casual design can fit into any décor and be decorative and useful in any room. With all Steel and Iron construction, and state-of-the-art LED lighting.
Clean-lined, sleek appeal meets understated style with this essential curio cabinet, the perfect piece for your well-curated and eclectic display space. Featuring a corner-fitting design, this curio cabinet creates display space in any environment, while the warm finished manufactured wood frame adds a dash of earthy appeal to the room. Station this cabinet in a corner of your dining room to arrange cherished family heirlooms and china on its five tempered glass shelves, then turn on the top light (one including an incandescent 25 W bulb) to let the light reflect off the mirrored panels and illuminate your display even after the sun goes down.
To show off a collection of figurines or collectibles, the right storage cabinet is a must. Curio cabinets are designed for just this purpose and allow homeowners to display their curious collections in all their glory. These storage cabinets, which have glass doors for display purposes, come in a number of styles and types, ranging from embellished, traditional curios to modern corner curios.
While curio cabinets and China cabinets have much in common, they are intended for slightly different storage purposes. China cabinets are made to exhibit collectible dishware, so they are usually enclosed on all sides for safety purposes. Curio cabinets, on the other hand, are designed to display collectibles. To give spectators a clear view of one's collection, these display cabinets often have mirrored backs, glass sides, and glass doors.
With a lighted display, the Howard Miller Tyler Glass Curio Cabinet 680537 is the perfect addition for any home or office. Proudly showcase your favorite items while enjoying the beautifully-detailed design of this curio cabinet.
Players using Steam are able to trade Curios with other players or to buy and sell them on the Community Market. Regular Skins and Belongings can be used in the Trade Inn interface, where a player can exchange nine unwanted Skins for a Skin of higher rarity. Unwanted Curios, except for those of Loyal, Timeless, Event, or Reward rarity can additionally be unraveled into Spools, which can then be woven into items with an Event, Seasonal or Classic modifier. Curios received from gifts give an average of 32.385 Spools when unraveled. For example, buying one of the 4 main purchasable characters (Wortox, Wurt, Wanda and Wormwood) costs 2,700 Spools, which (on average) would take about 83 gifts, which in turn would take just over 5 and a half weeks while getting the maximum amount of gifts mentioned above (15 gifts / week). Alternatively, players can purchase Event-applicable and Character-themed Treasure Chests from Klei Entertainment directly through Steam.
Showcase your best keepsakes and collectibles in one of our Amish curio cabinets and display cabinets. These beautiful curio cabinets and display cabinets are made in Amish made in America and built to last a lifetime. Nothing says "heirloom quality" like solid oak wood, cherry wood or maple wood construction. The talented woodworkers that handcraft these beautiful pieces of Amish furniture are dedicated to creating top quality and durable pieces of carpentry.
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A Seeker believes that in his enormous cabinet of curiosities lies a secret, invisible universe of the most eccentric concepts and highest aspirations. When characters from another world appear in his fictitious mechanical universe, they try to awaken the Seeker's creativity by turning his world upside down and adding a touch of humor and poetry. At the same time, his curiosities come to life one by one before his eyes.
Dinner guests are stunned by the telekinetic powers of one of their table companions who can make a chandelier suspended above their heads move. Another guest challenges him by piling up chairs in an attempt to reach the chandelier. All of a sudden, the group realizes that their exact double exists in a parallel universe right above them where the same scene is unfolding... but upside down!
Sea shells, old clocks, holiday mementos... Whatever you collect or like to look at, display cabinets mean you can keep your favorite things on show but away from dust and sticky fingers. And if you would like to add lighting to make your collection shine, check out our glass display cabinets.
A curio cabinet is a specialised type of display case, made predominantly of glass with a metal or wood framework, for presenting collections of curios, like figurines or other interesting objects that invoke curiosity, and perhaps share a common theme. A curio cabinet may also be used to display a solitary object of special interest, such as a hand-crafted doll.
While display cases for presenting products for sale (such as jewelry) are typically horizontal with a surface covered in felt, a curio cabinet is usually vertical with no felt. Most curio cabinets have glass on each side, glass shelves, and optionally a mirror at the back, to maximize visibility.
Another purpose of a curio cabinet is to protect the value of a collection, which it does by preventing contact by dust and vermin. For added security, a locked door or removable panel allows the collection to be seen, while protecting it from damage and theft.
Like all things, home decor trends come and go. The trends you remember in your childhood home aren't the same popular design trends today. Some are known to come back in style, while others stick with the era they were popular in. For example, having a classic curio cabinet was admired once upon a time for holding your fine china and shiniest dishware, but time has evolved and so have home decor trends.
The vintage look that curio cabinets add to a home was once something to be admired, but it's not a design piece you see a lot in homes or in the interior design world today. According to Upgraded Home, curio cabinets have basically become extinct as people use dining rooms less and less. If your curio cabinet is just taking up space in your home, but you don't actually need it or use it for anything, this is your sign to get rid of it and invest in something more modern that takes up minimal space.
Just because curio cabinets aren't in style doesn't mean it's not for you. If you love it, keep it. For instance, if your curio cabinet is a family heirloom, it's not worth getting rid of, especially if you can pass it on to your child or another family member when the time comes. You can design your curio cabinet to serve the same purpose as modern furniture if you pair it well with your decor. Use its features like size, storage space, and antique look to your benefit.
Which room does it look best in? What items does it have? How can you use it for extra storage? Home Gallery Stores recommends collectibles, artwork, books, flowers, and framed photos for a more modern look. Everything doesn't have to completely match the decor or furniture, but it should make sense and go well together. You want your curio cabinet to add to the room, provide storage, and spruce up the decor in the process.
An elegant way to display your fave trinkets, this arc-shaped curio cabinet is crafted from bentwood, MDF & birch. Complete with 5 adjustable shelves and a door that creates a bohemian-style gallery vibe. Two people recommended for handling. Available exclusively at Urban Outfitters.
A curio display cabinet is a specialized type of display case, made primarily of glass with a wood or metal framework, which is used to display collections of curios, such as several objects of different categories that pique the interest of the viewer and may be related by a common theme. 781b155fdc