Published at Friday, September 21st 2018. by Madeleine Dillon in Console Table.
Do you have a design preference? Wood finishes are popular, but you can find many console tables with glass, marble and stone tops, or with metal surfaces and bases.
Having console tables in the entry way to your home is like having a good friend waiting to help you out when you come in and out of the house. They are there to hold the mail, the keys, the dog's leash and collar and anything else that you may need as you walk in and out of the door. Make sure to take care of that friend by putting your console tables on a regular maintenance schedule.
Once you get the console table you always wanted, make sure that you know exactly where you want it placed. The last thing you need to decide is how to decorate it and this is something that needs experimentation. Try anything you think could work in order to find the decoration that looks best and when you do, believe me, you will be entirely satisfied and you will understand that the time and effort you put into finding the perfect console table was worth it in every way.
If you have a dining room that's too small to accommodate a sideboard, china cabinet, or buffet, add a console table. It's smaller than traditional dining room furniture, but if it's got a few drawers you can store napkins, serving utensils, candles, and bar accessories. If it's got a few shelves, you can use it to display some of your favorite serving pieces. Add a small wine rack, a basket or box holding a corkscrew or foil cutter, and crystal stemware, you've can create a small wine bar.
You may be thinking you could just get an end table or an accent table to do the trick, but that is only if you have a little bit of stuff to put away. Console tables are quite a bit larger than accent tables or end tables, so they will offer a lot more storage space and help you keep your home looking clean and organized, despite all the things you know you have had to put away.
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