Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Katina Vaughan.
When investigating this type of occasional table, be sure to check all your measurements to be sure they fit. Console tables are designed by furniture manufactures to blend well into today's homes. If you have an older home with a touch smaller square footage footprint than the open designed great rooms that are popular with builders. Consider a smaller table for your home that is scaled appropriately. A good rule of thumb is to go with a console table that measures 30 inches long up to 48 inches long. In remembering this rule, your room should accommodate the new piece of furniture with ease.
We all have those rooms that just have too much empty wall space with nothing to break up the background. While we like rooms to feel larger and spacious, there is a point where things just start to be downright barren where home décor is concerned. Large gaps or wide spaces in a room can be easily filled with console tables. These elegant yet understated accent tables add a sense of style while adding the convenience of increased storage.
After that you want to figure out the height of console table you are looking for. These tables are available in all different heights. If you plan to place the table behind your sofa, you do not want it to come up higher than the back of your sofa. But if you are going to put it against a wall in a hall way, height may not be that big of a consideration. After that, think about what style suits you. There are so many different styles to choose from. Do the simple lines of Mission styled or Shaker furniture appeal to your style? Or, perhaps you prefer a more modern style to your furnishings?
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