Published at Thursday, 26 July 2018. Console Table. By Katina Vaughan.
Chances are, you're probably sitting in a room right now that could use console tables. Shopping online is easy; having your laptop in front of you helps you visualize where the piece will go and whether it fits with your existing décor. Another advantage of online shopping is that no salesperson will follow you around the showroom, so you are free to jump from page to page on a website filled with hundreds of choices without constant, unneeded banter and high pressure sales pitches. And you'll never have to try to squeeze that piece of furniture into your Smart car!
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.
The complexity of your table is also something you're going to have to consider. Some console tables are as simple as 4 small legs and a table. This is fine as long as it doesn't look too simple for the area you plan on putting it in, but if everything else in the room is larger and more complex, you'll want to go with something that matches. More complex tables offer neatly-designed backs, taller legs and other features.
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