Published at Thursday, 26 July 2018. Console Table. By Leann Holden.
Usually tall and narrow sofa or console tables are the perfect way to spruce up a boring entry way. Instead of welcoming guests with a blank wall try a delicate table laden with a favorite photo and candles as well as a vase of fresh garden blooms. Or fill that empty space behind the sofa with an elegant piece perfect for resting a beverage or a book. From ornately carved solid wood pieces to scrolling metal works of art with clean, clear glass resting on top there are many options in console table style to suit your needs.
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.
Once you see the variety of console tables available and their myriad of uses you may just find one for every room. Try one as a TV stand in the bedroom or a writing desk in the corner of the family room, or even as a catch all in the entryway. It is perfect resting spot for keys or a handbag. And besides use you can narrow down your search by shape, style or top material. Say you want a half circle table with lots of drawers or maybe one with a tropical twist wrapped in woven sea grass. Maybe you want a rectangular one with a roomy lower shelf for displaying a few things. You'll easily find the console table of your dreams hen you shop online and since you'll be at home you can take measurements to ensure that you find a table that fits perfectly in your designated space.
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