Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Katina Vaughan.
Because console tables are so versatile and come in such a variety of styles and sizes, they can be used in bedrooms as nightstands, in kitchens, dining rooms and even the bathroom. By now, you've figured that console or sofa tables are the all around home décor item that no home should be without.
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.
Console tables tend to stand on four legs that are often slender but sometimes intricately carved. The legs support a table top made from any number of quality woods, including: oak; walnut; ash; maple; or even pine. In many cases, quality console tables and are made with a solid wood covered with veneered inlays. Common features on console tables are drawers and compartments for the storage of paperwork, spare bedding, and similar items.
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