Published at Friday, September 14th 2018. by Juana Levy in Console Table.
To confuse the matter further, it is plausible for all sofa tables to be used as a console table, although the dimensions may not suit as well. However, it is not possible for every table to be a sofa table, primarily due to the option of purchasing a two legged table, which remains stationary and secured to the wall. One of the most common places to find console tables are in hotels as they are often used to furnish the lobby's and hallways, often with a decorative piece placed on top to create a more ambient setting.
Finally, don't forget the storage option. You will often get to choose between drawers, shelves, or possibly both on a console table. You need to select the combination that will work the best for you. Having a console table with only shelves may spoil any surprise, as a ring box would be in plain sight.
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.
When decorating your home, you shouldn't overlook the importance of a console table. When used correctly, a console table will provide a stylish and function piece of furniture that will add new life to your home. To find out how to choose the right console, keep reading and we'll go over some tips and advice to use when shopping for one.
Another great area for console tables is the den or family room. Console tables with two or three large drawers are a perfect place to store all those board games that the family will gather to play on game night.
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