Published at Thursday, 26 July 2018. Console Table. By Leann Holden.
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.
Although wood gives a room a rich look, you don't want the wood to be too dark in color as this will make the room appear smaller. If you have wood flooring, rugs are a great accent that take away some of the darkness and bring color to the room as well as make it more inviting. Console tables can then be the same color as the flooring, or a lighter color. You may want just one table for an accent. If you're using them for a purpose, such as media storage, you can get a larger one. Another idea is to get tables with glass tops. These look very elegant, while complementing the wood on the tables. These may not be appropriate, however, if you have young children.
Since console tables aren't terribly common in most furniture stores the best way to see the most variety is to shop online. You can see all the different shapes, types, material, and styles of console tables as well as if they have extras. Compare prices and find the right console table for you with ease.
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