Published at Tuesday, August 28th 2018. by Chasity Ryan in Console Table.
The last type we are going to consider here is the hallway console table. Such a table must be relatively small in order for it to fit in a hallway without disrupting anyone that wants to walk through it. This can be used to place a phone device or a clock on and it can look amazing.
Speaking of material, console tables come in some of the most varied choices of any type of table. The majority, of course, are wood: oak, maple, walnut and cherry are popular, although the material can be stained or distressed to change the look of the piece. Glass tabletops mixed with wood bases are an attractive way to add dimension and variety to the design, and are also helpful for intermingling styles within a room. Glass is also uniquely suited to reflecting candlelight or enhancing the sparkle of your glassware.
The first step is to decide on what type of wood you would like your table to be crafted from. You might already own a few other wood furniture pieces in your house that you are trying to get your table to match or maybe you just have a particular kind of wood you favor. Then you want to pick out the place in your house where you will display the table. Knowing that will assist you in determining what size table you should look for. Console tables aren't all the same dimensions. If you first measure the spot, then you will be able to search for the perfect table that for your spot.
The shape of a console table is something that shouldn't be overlooked. Most are designed as straight squares or rectangles, but other tables are designed as half-circles which can be placed up against the back of a wall. If you choose the half-circle style, make sure there's going to be ample room to walk by still. Some people place large console tables in the hallway only to find out they can't comfortably walk by them.
The first thing you should keep in mind when shopping for console tables is the style and design of the table. Look for a table that matches with the rest of your decor, even if it is in an entryway or hallway where there is no other furniture. You can look to the style and color of your trim for some ideas or think about what kind of table you would buy if it were going in an adjoining room that is full of furniture.
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