Published at Thursday, 26 July 2018. Console Table. By Leann Holden.
Do you need extra space to get ready for a buffet? Maybe you'd like to put the desserts all in one place, lay out the plates, napkins and utensils off the buffet table, designate a place for guests to leave cards and gifts, or set up the bar for the party. Put your console table to work.
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.
One common place to see or display a console table is a foyer or entryway. Not only does this help fill an awkward space that is common to foyers where there may be room for a chair and perhaps one other piece of furniture. A console table is perfect for the foyer because it gives you a great place to store keys, gloves, and other travel essentials. This decorative but very functional accent table can also provide a perfect spot to place a lamp and illuminate what can otherwise be a somewhat dim area in most homes. Plus, a lamp can complement the table and other décor while providing a decorative element in its own right.
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