Published at Friday, September 14th 2018. by Tanisha Thomas in Console Table.
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 a kitchen table. You'd never look at a console table and think, "Will we be eating dinner here?"
To confuse the matter further, it is plausible for all sofa tables to be used as a console table, although the dimensions may not suit as well. However, it is not possible for every table to be a sofa table, primarily due to the option of purchasing a two legged table, which remains stationary and secured to the wall. One of the most common places to find console tables are in hotels as they are often used to furnish the lobby's and hallways, often with a decorative piece placed on top to create a more ambient setting.
Many people worry that console tables will just gather dust. This is an issue but most people use them in some way so it cuts down on the dust factor. Just think of it as another way to enhance your home.
So what are you waiting for? Start console table shopping today. You'll discover tables that will make your rooms complete and your design dreams a reality. From desks and chests to delicately detailed and simple designs, console tables are your most versatile choice for adding beauty and function to your home.
Wouldn't it be grand if all accent furniture was as wonderfully versatile as a console table? You can place them behind a sofa, against a wall or even cover up an old radiator with a demilune or half circle one.
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