Curio cabinets are made to display collections; they are typically narrow and have glass shelving with glass doors. There are curio cabinets that are made to be corner shelves. The back of the cabinet is angled to fit nicely into a corner of the room. With a cabinet that is not made to sit in the corner of the room if it is placed in the corner, caddy corner style, all of the floor space sitting behind it is lost. Corner shelving in the form of a curio cabinet frees up that space that otherwise would be lost by this initiative rear angled design.
Designer Tip: Lower or remove the top shelf on each book case and hang a framed print on the back of the book case... to fill in the back wall of the top shelves. Then place one or two small decorative objects on each shelf. Or remove one middle shelf (this is more ideal for narrow book cases) and display a tall object... like a vase... flower arrangement... scultpure.
Consider Convenience Consider your family needs when you buy storage shelves. Baskets need to be accessible for the family members that will use them. Choose low shelves for a child's bedroom or playroom or if he is to play and then put his toys away by himself. Select a taller model if you need height to accent a room or want to store items out of the reach of curious pets or toddlers.
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