Display Your Favorite Items and Enjoy Them!
People of all ages collect items that are valuable to them or hold precious memories. Glass figurines, antique train sets, coins collections, sea shells, baseball cards, and other items can begin to pile up inside boxes. Having a way to put these items on display without making a room look cluttered can help you enjoy your collectibles and show them off. Here are a few tips from Closet & Storage Concepts Boston to figure out how to display these items while still keeping the room organized.
Lighted Glass Cabinets
Glass cabinets are the ideal solution when you want to protect your items from dust, pets, and children while still allowing an unimpeded view of your collectibles. Combine upper cabinets with a lower cabinet unit to keep everyday items like keys, purses, or lamps.
Use in-cabinet lighting to show off your items all and throughout the night. Work with a professional cabinet and storage company such as Closet & Storage Concepts to reduce stress for your project.
It can look messy if all of your items are on display. Wall units that have open and closed shelves can work well without overwhelming your space. Place small collectibles between home decor pieces such as books and vases to draw in guests.
Any remaining collectibles can be placed in the remaining cabinets for safekeeping. When you desire a new look, simply switch out your items with the collectibles on display. Custom wall units can come in a range of shelving styles and cabinet heights to fit your needs.
Use Vertical Space
Using vertical wall space can allow you to place collectibles throughout your home. Stagger shelves or use a unique pattern to create an eclectic design.
Shelves work perfectly in small areas to use up wall space and can be custom cut and designed to fit in corners.
Show off all your collectibles no matter what shape or size they are. Reach out to our local Boston experts for wall storage and cabinet ideas for your personal items. Serving the greater MetroWest area including Medfield, Hopkinton, and Franklin.