Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Pearlie Webster.
When investigating this type of occasional table, be sure to check all your measurements to be sure they fit. Console tables are designed by furniture manufactures to blend well into today's homes. If you have an older home with a touch smaller square footage footprint than the open designed great rooms that are popular with builders. Consider a smaller table for your home that is scaled appropriately. A good rule of thumb is to go with a console table that measures 30 inches long up to 48 inches long. In remembering this rule, your room should accommodate the new piece of furniture with ease.
What makes console tables so appealing to the eye is how they can be crafted materials that are then finished off in any number of fascinating ways. For example, you can get one that is made out of a combination of metal and glass that has a glass table top, which is then supported by a metal base that can feature a brushed pewter finish or a magnificent antique brass finish. Wood, marble, and leather is also another option that one can be made out of while other finishes include cherry, espresso, and many, many more.
Once you see the variety of console tables available and their myriad of uses you may just find one for every room. Try one as a TV stand in the bedroom or a writing desk in the corner of the family room, or even as a catch all in the entryway. It is perfect resting spot for keys or a handbag. And besides use you can narrow down your search by shape, style or top material. Say you want a half circle table with lots of drawers or maybe one with a tropical twist wrapped in woven sea grass. Maybe you want a rectangular one with a roomy lower shelf for displaying a few things. You'll easily find the console table of your dreams hen you shop online and since you'll be at home you can take measurements to ensure that you find a table that fits perfectly in your designated space.
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