Published at Thursday, 26 July 2018. Console Table. By Leann Holden.
The design is also very important because of what you intend to use it for. Some people want very simple console tables that do not have any shelves or drawers in them. They may have only one surface area on top to set things on. These kinds of tables are typically decorative in nature, although they may be used to place small things on, like the day's mail. Just make sure that you do not need any actual storage in the table if you are considering getting one that does not have drawers or shelves. If you purchase one with shelves, you might even consider getting some baskets that slide right into those shelves. The baskets can be used for all sorts of things, like knitting or stashing away some small children's toys. They are wonderful because you can pull them out and take them with you to another part of the house while still enjoying the ability to hide things in them when company comes over.
Many visitors enter our homes through our front door and step into our foyers. The foyer is ideally a place of warm greetings that give our people a sense of who we are, what we like, and how we live our lives. Many people outfit their foyers by placing something decorative on the wall and adding a piece of furniture to anchor the artwork there. Console tables are a perfect piece of furniture to fill that space in our foyer.
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.
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