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.
Not all shelving is meant to be designed as corner shelving. It would be impractical for a book case to be made in the corner shelving design, because there would be valuable shelf space that could not be used to store books because of the angle of the back side of the shelves. A china cabinet or hutch would pose the same design problem.
If there are high ceilings in the garage then there are specially designed shelving units that hang from the ceiling. These enable you to hang, and place things on the shelving, allowing vital floor space to not be used. If you decide to fit this design of shelving you will need to ensure they are not in the way of the garage door mechanism. They will also need to be fitted securely, and at the correct height often they can be adjusted to suit different requirements. Often this design of shelving is made from metal, ensuring that it is more durable and strong.
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