Published at Thursday, September 20th 2018. by Bridgett Luna in Console Table.
Many people worry that console tables will just gather dust. This is an issue but most people use them in some way so it cuts down on the dust factor. Just think of it as another way to enhance your home.
Console tables are a very busy piece of furniture in most homes. While not every home has a console table, those that start to appreciate the use of console tables eventually wonder how they ever lived without them. Consider the foyer in your home. As soon as you walk in the first thing you see is one of those console tables sitting there waiting to greet you. This is a place where your keys can be put down. Perhaps you put the mail on the counter or in a drawer, or tomorrows mail on the counter to remember to take it with you. This is also a good place for a flashlight, the dog's leash and any number of other items that you are going to need as you go in and out the front door.
To get the best out of console tables, the manner in which they are set up or arranged is rather important. You need to come up with the best ideas that will display your tables. In other words, you need to be creative-give free rein to your imagination. This article is a way of starting you on that part. However, don't limit yourself to the ideas.
What is a console table, exactly? Shape provides a clue here. These tables are typically rectangles, but it can have a semicircle or half-oval top. It's longer than an accent table or an end table, narrower than a sideboard or kitchen counter, and taller than a kitchen table. You'd never look at a console table and think, "Will we be eating dinner here?"
Deciding what kind of console table to get can be a tricky task. A console table is a piece of furniture usually used for decorative purposes but it can also be practical as a place to empty your pockets when you return home from work.
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