Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Katina Vaughan.
We've talked about console tables in entryways and living rooms, where they can be placed against a wall or adjacent to a couch or settee. So where else can you locate your console table? Almost any room in the house! You may have use for one in a sunroom, and certainly a library or study room can benefit from console tables to hold books, a computer and printer, or to attractively display collectibles. Bedrooms are a perfect location, as the tables are a perfect spot for pictures, beauty products, books, lamps, and of course, clocks! Last but not least, it's almost impossible to ignore dining rooms, where a console table can be used for extra plates of food and to hold and display beverages and glasses.
The shape of a console table is something that shouldn't be overlooked. Most are designed as straight squares or rectangles, but other tables are designed as half-circles which can be placed up against the back of a wall. If you choose the half-circle style, make sure there's going to be ample room to walk by still. Some people place large console tables in the hallway only to find out they can't comfortably walk by them.
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.
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