Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Juana Levy.
One of the most common places to find a console table is inside lobby's and hallway's, where they not only prove to be functional, but can provide a focal point, or point of interest. Positioned in a hallway, they provide the perfect place to keep your keys, or place the mail or newspapers that come through the door. You will often find a one of these tables with a mirror placed above it, this is especially true of those found in hallways, providing a perfect opportunity to check your appearance before leaving your home.
After that you want to figure out the height of console table you are looking for. These tables are available in all different heights. If you plan to place the table behind your sofa, you do not want it to come up higher than the back of your sofa. But if you are going to put it against a wall in a hall way, height may not be that big of a consideration. After that, think about what style suits you. There are so many different styles to choose from. Do the simple lines of Mission styled or Shaker furniture appeal to your style? Or, perhaps you prefer a more modern style to your furnishings?
Lighting is another thing that has totally evolved full circle in home decorating. Years back, the main source of lighting was candles and then a couple of lamps. From there, we were given the luxury of ceiling lights, hanging lights, pole lamps and chandeliers. For a while there, you couldn't walk into someone's living room without seeing many kinds of lighting fixtures. Today, some of the most elegant homes on the market contain only a few lighting fixtures. We're back to using candles (this time scented for appearance only) and simple lamps. Nothing looks more inviting and appealing in a room than console or sofa tables with a simple lamp and perhaps a book or magazine.
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