Published at Friday, September 21st 2018. by Madeleine Dillon in Console Table.
Wouldn't it be grand if all accent furniture was as wonderfully versatile as a console table? You can place them behind a sofa, against a wall or even cover up an old radiator with a demilune or half circle one.
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.
If you are looking for a useful, all-round table, a table can often be a wise choice, with no set style rules, you can easily find the correct size, color and design to suit any room. From the classical polished wood, antique style, through to the modern glass and chrome styled console tables, with such a wide choice, you are sure to find something to suit your tastes.
If you find a substantial console table, it can act as an entertainment center in your family room. Hang the flat screen TV on the wall, or put it on a pedestal on the tabletop. If it has shelves down below, make room for the DVR and the DVD player, and stock the shelves with baskets and fill them with your CDs and DVDs.
Place one in a hall or entryway under a mirror and show off some of your favorite things in style. Many even co me with drawers and lower shelves providing more storage and display space. Try one with a cabinet behind your sofa to store a few favorite board games and jigsaw puzzles ready for family game night.
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