Published at Thursday, September 06th 2018. by Rachel Rivers in Console Table.
A console table is a bit of a riddle. It can be a hall table or a side table, but is generally not an end table. It can be a sofa table or a coffee table or accent table, but not a dining room table. And never, ever is it a mathematical table! To solve the mystery of this extremely versatile item, a general guideline for a console table is that it is usually a rectangular piece of furniture that ranges from 2 to 4 feet in length and stands about waist high. Some console tables may be half-moon shaped or round, but the most commonly recognized shape is a long rectangle.
You may be thinking you could just get an end table or an accent table to do the trick, but that is only if you have a little bit of stuff to put away. Console tables are quite a bit larger than accent tables or end tables, so they will offer a lot more storage space and help you keep your home looking clean and organized, despite all the things you know you have had to put away.
The complexity of your table is also something you're going to have to consider. Some console tables are as simple as 4 small legs and a table. This is fine as long as it doesn't look too simple for the area you plan on putting it in, but if everything else in the room is larger and more complex, you'll want to go with something that matches. More complex tables offer neatly-designed backs, taller legs and other features.
All of the material and finishing choices create console tables of different styles and designs. There are ones that have a modern feel to them with sleek geometric lines, others that are more on the traditional side that have a lovely elegant look to them, and some that are very antique that feature stunning looping wood or scrollwork. To check them all out and find just the right one to match the current style you have going on in your space, just go online and do some shopping. Its fast and when you do happen upon something you like, it generally is at the best prices possible.
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.
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