Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Sasha Fleming.
There are appropriate console tables for every use. You just need to put enough time and effort in finding the best one for each case. A particular console table I have found to be very useful is a hallway console table. On such a table you can place anything you want and it can really make a difference for your "boring" hallway. You could place picture frames, a beautiful alarm clock or anything else you think would look good or make your life a little easier.
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.
One common place to see or display a console table is a foyer or entryway. Not only does this help fill an awkward space that is common to foyers where there may be room for a chair and perhaps one other piece of furniture. A console table is perfect for the foyer because it gives you a great place to store keys, gloves, and other travel essentials. This decorative but very functional accent table can also provide a perfect spot to place a lamp and illuminate what can otherwise be a somewhat dim area in most homes. Plus, a lamp can complement the table and other décor while providing a decorative element in its own right.
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