Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Pearlie Webster.
Whether you're decorating your home for the first time or are redecorating it, you're going to find that while styles have changed, they're also going back to the styles of many years ago. Some of the examples where you'll find this are the flooring, window treatments, console tables and even the lighting. You'll also find there are many styles you can choose including modern, colonial, country, traditional, French and many more. Many of these styles are symbolic of what our ancestors used in their homes. While they used these styles and designs out of necessity, we're using them today by choice.
Here is a home decorating tip: Interior Designers have used console tables in living rooms next to a flat wall to give interest and balance to the room. Topping off the table with a pair of small slender console lamps to provide an easy glow to a space without the glare and coarseness of light that comes from most overhead lighting sources. Hallways and entryways have also became popular locations for hall tables or console tables. First impressions for guest coming into your home is important, and a decorative console table topped with accent pieces of decor, small table lamp, and personal photos can be the added touch that makes people feel welcomed and comfortable. Placing these entryway furniture pieces in your foyer can be a beautiful addition to your home.
Now that you have decided what type and what shape of console table you want you can look at the finer details such as color and accents. It is easy to add a punch of refreshing color and style to a tired, dim room. Add some flair with a striped table in the living room behind your sofa. Or try some Asian allure with a black and red hand painted table in the hall. Deciding on the color and style is the fun part because you can change the whole mood of the room with one little table.
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