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
What is a console table, exactly? Shape provides a clue here. These tables are typically rectangles, but it can have a semicircle or half-oval top. It's longer than an accent table or an end table, narrower than a sideboard or kitchen counter, and taller than
Console tables come in a variety of different materials including wood, metal and stone. Many wood ones have scroll work or other decorations that enhance the design of the table. They can come in a variety of colors and styles.
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
When console tables first became popular, it was not uncommon to attach them directly to the wall; it was a shelf, but with table legs in the front. These tables were traditionally paired with a mirror and sconces. Now they come in enough different materials
Unfortunately many people ignore problems with the hardware on their tables until it's too late. You see, that creaky cabinet door or that drawer that's just a little bit loose needs to be fixed right away. If you don't the problem will continue to get
There are appropriate console tables for every use. You just need to put enough time and effort in finding the best one for each case. A particular console table I have found to be very useful is a hallway console table. On such a table
Using the items around the house, you can make some great candle holders. Many folks place taper candles into the openings of wine bottles so they can cover it in multicolored wax. There are others who take shot glasses and use them as votive candle
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