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.
Wall shelves are those which are fixed on the walls of the room. It might be in any part of the room. They are placed on the walls to maximize the use of the available space in the room. The wall shelves are mounted on the wall using brackets and screws and the quality of the material is always on the higher side. Corner shelves are the ones that add to the beauty of the room by occupying the vacant spaces. One normally stores show pieces, photo stands or other decorative items out there.
Corner shelves have become all the rage now a days in today's modern designs. Although they are hugely popular today, they have been around for over a hundred years. Way back in the day, people needed that little but of extra storage in every room in their house. Most of the storage was taken care of by cabinets and cupboards, but these did not give anyone a place to display any of their collectibles.
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