Published at Thursday, 26 July 2018. Console Table. By Joyce Davenport.
First and foremost you want to keep your tables clean. After all if this is what you are coming in the door to, don't you want it to be attractive? Start by dusting the surface. Luckily console tables don't tend to gather too much dust because they are always being used and your activity around the console tables keeps the dust from settling. However, there is always some that will get caught up on the corner or on the top edge. So go ahead and dust that table off every week or so to keep it clean.
The first thing you should keep in mind when shopping for console tables is the style and design of the table. Look for a table that matches with the rest of your decor, even if it is in an entryway or hallway where there is no other furniture. You can look to the style and color of your trim for some ideas or think about what kind of table you would buy if it were going in an adjoining room that is full of furniture.
The real trick, though, may be finding where to put all that stuff. Instead of plopping things on a chair or putting more things on an existing coffee or accent able consider adding console tables to your home. Console tables bump up nicely against a wall to add additional display space and storage room without adding a cluttered appearance to the living area.
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