Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018. by Lindsay Bauer in Console Table.
Whether you're decorating your home for the first time or are redecorating it, you're going to find that while styles have changed, they're also going back to the styles of many years ago. Some of the examples where you'll find this are the flooring, window treatments, console tables and even the lighting. You'll also find there are many styles you can choose including modern, colonial, country, traditional, French and many more. Many of these styles are symbolic of what our ancestors used in their homes. While they used these styles and designs out of necessity, we're using them today by choice.
So what are you waiting for? Start console table shopping today. You'll discover tables that will make your rooms complete and your design dreams a reality. From desks and chests to delicately detailed and simple designs, console tables are your most versatile choice for adding beauty and function to your home.
There are very few rules regarding the design of the table, they can be round, rectangular or square, some have two legs, and so therefore must be secured to the wall, whilst others are free standing, with all four legs, affording you the ability to move it to various positions when needed, some can even be used as sofa tables. In general these tables are thin and slender, so as not to obtrude too far from the wall, making them perfect for lobby's and hallways.
When investigating this type of occasional table, be sure to check all your measurements to be sure they fit. Console tables are designed by furniture manufactures to blend well into today's homes. If you have an older home with a touch smaller square footage footprint than the open designed great rooms that are popular with builders. Consider a smaller table for your home that is scaled appropriately. A good rule of thumb is to go with a console table that measures 30 inches long up to 48 inches long. In remembering this rule, your room should accommodate the new piece of furniture with ease.
When console tables first became popular, it was not uncommon to attach them directly to the wall; it was a shelf, but with table legs in the front. These tables were traditionally paired with a mirror and sconces. Now they come in enough different materials and styles to satisfy any design preferences.
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