Published at Thursday, 26 July 2018. Console Table. By Katina Vaughan.
Console tables are a very busy piece of furniture in most homes. While not every home has a console table, those that start to appreciate the use of console tables eventually wonder how they ever lived without them. Consider the foyer in your home. As soon as you walk in the first thing you see is one of those console tables sitting there waiting to greet you. This is a place where your keys can be put down. Perhaps you put the mail on the counter or in a drawer, or tomorrows mail on the counter to remember to take it with you. This is also a good place for a flashlight, the dog's leash and any number of other items that you are going to need as you go in and out the front door.
First and foremost you want to keep your tables clean. After all if this is what you are coming in the door to, don't you want it to be attractive? Start by dusting the surface. Luckily console tables don't tend to gather too much dust because they are always being used and your activity around the console tables keeps the dust from settling. However, there is always some that will get caught up on the corner or on the top edge. So go ahead and dust that table off every week or so to keep it clean.
The impressive thing about this piece of furniture is its versatility. They fit in many an odd corner in the house-at the base of a staircase, at the end of a hallway, behind a sofa. Console tables with shelves can act as bookcases in a hallway, and in a home office, they can hold electronics. Do you need a surface to display family photos, birthday cards, or a bouquet of flowers? Your console table is the logical choice.
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