​Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Metal Ultra Museum Showcase?

A lot goes into designing a perfect display case for museums! You need to think about air tightness, design, lighting, temperature control, humidity control, and many other factors to protect the true beauty of your cultural relics. 

When displaying artifacts with history and cultural values, you must be extremely mindful of keeping them safe and sound! 

At DG Display Showcase, we use high-end materials and expert design techniques to build luxury museum showcases. We know what elements are important to guarantee the safety of your valuables. 

Therefore, we have prepared this comprehensive guide discussing everything you must know before purchasing a showcase for your space. 

We will cover everything–from the types of museum showcases to the design features you need to consider. So, let's get started 

Types of Museum Display Showcases:

Choosing the right type of display case for your museum can greatly enhance the outlook of your space and give new meaning to the aesthetic of your pieces. 

We manufacture over six types of museum display cases–each with different design elements and features. 


Let's discuss what each type holds in store for you! 

Level Showcases: 

Level showcases or floor display cases are usually placed near the entrance of museums or open galleries. They are mostly designed with a sealed structure that supports humidity control and high-quality tempered glass. 

A level showcase can be great for housing:

Small paintings 

Metal or wood relics 



Slope Showcases:

Slop showcases are a variation of level showcases that are designed to add an extra element of visibility to your pieces. A little tilt along the glass is the highlight feature of this case. 

You will mostly find this case placed in large exhibition halls housing flat artifacts or miniature relics! 

Hanging Showcases:

Hanging display showcases are installed into the walls and their main aim is to save space within intimate exhibition halls. You can easily house lightweight and small relics inside these cabinets. 

Despite being mounted on the wall, they provide a very secure space for your valuables! 

Into Wall Showcases:

If creating a giant, extremely visible, and luxury museum display is your aim, an Into-wall showcase can be an ideal option! 

They are mostly built along the walls of the exhibition halls and provide a substantial display space for housing relics of different sizes and types. 

Here are some features of an into-wall showcase:

Ample storage space 

Ability to enhance the visual appeal of display pieces 

Sturdy enough to house giant pieces of different sizes 

Wall showcases:

You can think of wall showcases as giant floor-standing cabinets with a large display space in the middle. These cases are extremely popular in cultural exhibitions where relics need to be well-protected while being super visible to the audience! 

Like into-wall cabinets, these showcases also have:

Tons of display space 

A large display window 

A sophisticated and chic appearance 

Independent showcases: 

As the name suggests, these showcases have a towering structure built to house only one or a few items. These fixtures are often placed at the center of the museum, providing a clear, 360-degree view of the contents to the audience. 

Since these cabinets are built with clear glass on all sides, they are great for housing key cultural relics and valuable pieces! 

Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Museum Showcase:

A museum display case is designed to do much more than just house or display the contents. It will be the ultimate safe house for your timeless pieces that need protection from vibration, contamination, and light! 

Therefore, you need to be considerate of a few things before choosing a display cabinet for museum exhibitions.  

Your display cabinet should have proper lighting that enhances the appearance of your pieces while not causing any damage to their delicacy. They also shouldn’t interfere with your audience's vision. We suggest installing LED lights, halogen light strips, and spotlights for better effects! 

The showcase you choose must have a humidity control system to protect the timelessness of cultural relics. Your cabinet must be able to maintain constant temperature and humidity inside the glass. 

It is best to purchase a cabinet with ultra-laminated or tempered glass, as both types of glass can withstand impact and resist scratching! 

Dust and other elements in the air can greatly impact the life of historical artifacts. Therefore, you must ensure the cabinets you are using are completely airtight. 

Make sure your display case is made of high-quality and sustainable materials as you don't want to contaminate your valuable pieces with inferior fabric, metal, or wood! 

Lastly, your museum display cabinet should also be flawless and elegant in design. Look out for workmanship errors, symmetry, and line gaps to make sure you get the best product! 

Museum Pedestal Display Showcase – A Safe House for Cultural Relics:

Are you looking for a sound, elegant, and extremely functional display case for your museum? Check out our latest museum pedestal display showcase! 

From intelligent lighting and automatic doors to tempered glass body and Apollo locks–this piece is packed with powerful features. We have designed this display case with meticulous care and it shows in the design, features, and overall outlook! 

With a matt black interior and smooth laminated glass body, this showcase will definitely enhance the viewing experience for your audience while elegantly uplifting the ambiance of your hall. 

Contact DG Display now to book your metal ultra museum showcase

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