Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Katina Vaughan.
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.
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.
There are a lot of different spots that you could place console tables throughout your home. Like, one place would be in a dining room as a decorative focal point to the space, plus, you could store extra linens in its drawers or silverware if you want. You could even put one in a larger bathroom, like in a corner or something. It would really add to the look to the space while giving you a nice spot to put toiletry items and towels. Some other nice places to put one include a bedroom, any informal or formal living room, a larger bathroom, and you could even put one in an entryway or foyer area.
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