Published at Friday, September 21st 2018. by Claire Briggs in Console Table.
Console tables in your foyer do not need to be strictly decorative additions to the space. When you step in the front door, the console table is a logical place to drop your keys, the mail, and whatever else is in your hands. If you find one with drawers or a storage base, you can tuck away the children's gloves or the dog's leash. When it's outfitted with a mirror, it's a perfect place to take a glance at your hair or makeup before you walk out the door.
Consoles are constructed out of many different materials including natural wood, stained or painted wood, metal, and glass. By far the most popular type is a wood console table with a decorative element like fluted legs, or a small amount of carving along the bottom edge of the rails. Most tables are made with four legs supporting the top, while some make an interesting design statement using two legs on the rear and one centrally located leg in the front. This three legged table is usually small in stance and design, and makes for a gorgeous addition to a more narrow hallway. Always check to see if the manufacture designed in a drawer for storage of car keys and the like. This hall table or console table with drawer make for a great addition.
So give your entryway some "ah" or your hall some country charm with a new console table. Whether it is metal or wood, a tabletop sitting on long cabriole legs or a cabinet with storage for almost anything you'll find what you are looking for online. Console tables are often a table you don't realize you need until you have one and then you wonder how you ever survived without it. Enjoy your inviting entryway, your elegant dining room, your swanky hall or your sophisticated living room and smile. Your new console table has made your decorating dreams come true.
You may also want to enhance your space with them by putting complimentary items upon it. As an example, you may want to add a few tasteful coffee table books or a small tray with candles. You also may want to try a color scheme for your console tables that blends in with the rest of your décor.
The complexity of your table is also something you're going to have to consider. Some console tables are as simple as 4 small legs and a table. This is fine as long as it doesn't look too simple for the area you plan on putting it in, but if everything else in the room is larger and more complex, you'll want to go with something that matches. More complex tables offer neatly-designed backs, taller legs and other features.
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