Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Sasha Fleming.
Chances are, you're probably sitting in a room right now that could use console tables. Shopping online is easy; having your laptop in front of you helps you visualize where the piece will go and whether it fits with your existing décor. Another advantage of online shopping is that no salesperson will follow you around the showroom, so you are free to jump from page to page on a website filled with hundreds of choices without constant, unneeded banter and high pressure sales pitches. And you'll never have to try to squeeze that piece of furniture into your Smart car!
Hallways are another great place to display and use a console table, especially one with multiple storage compartments and drawers. Not requiring any chair, these unobtrusive accent tables help break up a large blank space in the walls found in most hallways while also providing additional storage. Like the foyer area, hallways are another area in the home where lighting may be inadequate and quality made console tables are a great place for a lamp.
If you are just looking a table to place behind your sofa for decorative purposes then you are looking to get a sofa console table. This is again usually rectangular shaped and long. In this case, you can again place some pictures of your family and friends on top or anything else that you thing would look nice. What I think you should be careful of though here is that you don't place any tall or fragile objects on such a table as this would be risky. It is not rare that someone stretches while sitting in the sofa so this could result in him pushing something of the table and I bet you wouldn't want your mother's expensive vase breaking in pieces. Go with short objects such as picture frames. If you definitely want to have something tall on it then at least make sure that it is heavy enough so that it has a better balance.
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