Published at Tuesday, August 14th 2018. by Karina Herman in Console Table.
Console tables are so diverse, and available in such a wide selection of designs, sizes, colors and shapes, that it can sometimes be difficult to define the difference between a console table and a sofa table. For those of you who are unsure exactly what they are, the definition is really rather vague, they are defined as small tables, often narrow in shape, supported by either two, or four legs, leaving the decision of whether the table you are looking at is a sofa table, or a console table.
Now that you have decided what type and what shape of console table you want you can look at the finer details such as color and accents. It is easy to add a punch of refreshing color and style to a tired, dim room. Add some flair with a striped table in the living room behind your sofa. Or try some Asian allure with a black and red hand painted table in the hall. Deciding on the color and style is the fun part because you can change the whole mood of the room with one little table.
After that you want to figure out the height of console table you are looking for. These tables are available in all different heights. If you plan to place the table behind your sofa, you do not want it to come up higher than the back of your sofa. But if you are going to put it against a wall in a hall way, height may not be that big of a consideration. After that, think about what style suits you. There are so many different styles to choose from. Do the simple lines of Mission styled or Shaker furniture appeal to your style? Or, perhaps you prefer a more modern style to your furnishings?
Most people are under the impression that these tables are strictly for hallways. After all, that's usually where you see most of them when you go in other people's houses. However, these tables are probably the most versatile piece of furniture at your disposal, and can be used in practically any room of the house. Don't limit yourself to using them only in a hallway, try out other areas and rooms of the house. I've seen amazing and elegant console tables in bedrooms, bonus rooms and even kitchens.
Hallways are another great place to display and use a console table, especially one with multiple storage compartments and drawers. Not requiring any chair, these unobtrusive accent tables help break up a large blank space in the walls found in most hallways while also providing additional storage. Like the foyer area, hallways are another area in the home where lighting may be inadequate and quality made console tables are a great place for a lamp.
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