Considerations for Choosing the Best Shot Glass Display Case

At first blush, you might think choosing a shot glass display case for your home isn’t that big of a deal. I mean, it’s just one peice of furniture, right? But, like any other piece in your house, it has an effect on the way your home looks and the style you are presenting to the world.

1. The Material of the Shot Glass Display Case

You may or may not know this, but these display cases come in many different kind of materials. These options give you the ability to really keep with the theme you’ve established in your home. Here are just a few of the options, and the styles of home they might fit into.

First, there is just the traditional wood display case. These types of cases would obviously be great for traditional homes or homes with a country theme. You might be surprised to know that, however, these cases can also fit in well with modern homes. The key if you’re going to have a wood shot glass diplay case in a modern home is to make sure the cut and the make of the case fits your style.

Second, we’ve got metal shot glass diplay cases. This is going to give you a very industrial look, perfect for more modern homes or homes with a minimalist kind of design. Don’t forget too, when it comes to metal, there are a great different number of finishes to choose from (satin, stainless steel, chrome, etc.).

Third, and finally, we’ve got glass. Done the right way this can be ultra-shiek. And again, as with the other materials, the cut and shape of the display can make all the difference.

2. How Many Shot Glasses do You Want to Hold?

Believe it or not, you can get shot glass display cases that hold hundreds of shot glasses! You can also get cases that just hold a dozen or so. The style that you are going to choose is probably going to depend on how many shot glasses you want to show off and where you are going to be putting the case in your home.

For example, if you’ve got a small space, putting in a huge display case may make the space look even smaller. If that’s the situation, you may need to divide up your collection throughout the house.

3. What Kind of Shot Glasses do You Have?

In the ever increasing competitive world of shot glass manufacturing, creators of these glasses are going more and more outside of the box. That means glasses are taller, they are wider, and they are less traditional than ever before. If you are the type of person that likes to pick up the strangest shot glasses you can find, then you will want to consider a display case that can accomodate that.

Shot glass display cases are a great way to show off a cool collection. Before you buy, though, keep these things in mind. You’ll be glad you did.

About the Author: C. Small is not only a shot glass enthusiast, but a shot glass display case enthusiast. If you want to learn more about these great collectors items and home decoration tools, check out my website – I guarantee you’ll leave happy.


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