Published at Tuesday, August 28th 2018. by Debra Young in Console Table.
Perhaps you want to add a little Asian allure in your living room with a detailed, black, chest type console table in a classic Chinese design. Make a statement with the Mediterranean flair of a large aged ivory chest type console table with black marble top. Or keep it clean, simple and modern with a black metal table with glass shelves. Any console table you choose will give you the opportunity to display a few favorite photos; a vase of fresh blooms or perhaps a bit of your favorite collections of bits and baubles in old apothecary jars.
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.
No matter what your need, you are sure to find a console table to match it. So, welcome guests with a bouquet of fresh flowers perched atop a glass topped console table with rustic yet elegant scrolling wrought iron legs. Finish your living room with a dark cherry finished wood table with twisting legs and a center drawer for holding coasters or a wine key. You'll be ready in an instant to quaff some wine with a few pals.
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.
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.
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