Published at Friday, September 14th 2018. by Katina Vaughan in Console Table.
There are very few rules regarding the design of the table, they can be round, rectangular or square, some have two legs, and so therefore must be secured to the wall, whilst others are free standing, with all four legs, affording you the ability to move it to various positions when needed, some can even be used as sofa tables. In general these tables are thin and slender, so as not to obtrude too far from the wall, making them perfect for lobby's and hallways.
For an added touch, you can have romantic music playing as you enter the room with a remote to be able to turn that down as the TV comes on.
First and foremost you want to keep your tables clean. After all if this is what you are coming in the door to, don't you want it to be attractive? Start by dusting the surface. Luckily console tables don't tend to gather too much dust because they are always being used and your activity around the console tables keeps the dust from settling. However, there is always some that will get caught up on the corner or on the top edge. So go ahead and dust that table off every week or so to keep it clean.
The beckoning entrance, the extra storage in the hall, the only way to cover up that unsightly radiator; there is only one type of table that fits all of these descriptions and more, a console table. Sleek and rectangular, half moon and feminine, full of drawers or just a table, console tables have many shapes, sizes and configurations to fit your needs and tastes.
Many people today are confused when they think of the furniture term console table. In the past, consoles or hall tables were largely used as a decorative table or furniture item placed within a living area to store or display accessories. Today the console table use in a home decorating project has many more uses, and have in many cases become a focal point for a room.
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