Published at Thursday, 26 July 2018. Console Table. By Leann Holden.
Chances are, you're probably sitting in a room right now that could use console tables. Shopping online is easy; having your laptop in front of you helps you visualize where the piece will go and whether it fits with your existing décor. Another advantage of online shopping is that no salesperson will follow you around the showroom, so you are free to jump from page to page on a website filled with hundreds of choices without constant, unneeded banter and high pressure sales pitches. And you'll never have to try to squeeze that piece of furniture into your Smart car!
If you've noticed, regardless of what furnishings I've mentioned, I keep coming back to console tables. This is because they've been around forever and will always be around as an important part of your home décor. Console or sofa tables can be used next to your sofa or chair as a place to keep your newspaper or TV guide so it's always handy. If you have an empty corner in your home, nothing fills it better than a console table with a candle, picture, flower, statue or other simple decorative item.
Flooring years ago was hardwood floor by necessity. It was all they had available so it was what they were stuck with. When carpeting and linoleum were invented, it was like Heaven to many homeowners. From there, we've seen tiles, laminate flooring and now many are back to wood flooring. Wood flooring looks elegant and goes with any style of furniture. Because console tables come in such a large variety of styles, finishes and colors, you can often get them to match your flooring.
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