1. You can never have enough storage space. 2. Everything is dusting so quickly! Hardly anyone will contradict both statements. The solution: showcases. With showcases that combine glass doors with closed fronts, you can eliminate both problems at the same time. Behind the closed elements of the display cabinet you hide things that are useful and necessary, but maybe not quite as beautiful ... For the presentation of the decorative elements, such as vases, small sculptures, beautiful dishes or cherished memorabilia, you use modules with glass doors.
It's best to look at the color spectrum in which the majority of the objects that you want to display in your display case are. For example, if you are passionate about collecting white vases, a display case back wall in black is ideal. Your collectibles stand out particularly well against the dark background. For pieces in dark shades, however, it is better to choose a display case back wall in white or light wood. When configurating, also make sure to place the transparent elements at eye level. You should choose the handle variant based on how often you actually open the showcase compartments. If you regularly pull out the items inside, small handles are well suited, otherwise simple glass showcases with push-to-open doors look beautiful.
What you declare to be an exhibit in your collector's display is of course entirely up to you. But there are one or two general tips that are generally recommended for the decoration of showcases. It's all in the mix - that is, it is best not to sort all related items in the same compartment, but rather to arrange different items in small still lifes. In addition, the glazed compartments should not be equipped properly. So when you place your dishes in your kitchen display case, push the cups and plates together a little - you can see more of them and it looks a lot more exciting.