Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Bridgett Luna.
Here is a home decorating tip: Interior Designers have used console tables in living rooms next to a flat wall to give interest and balance to the room. Topping off the table with a pair of small slender console lamps to provide an easy glow to a space without the glare and coarseness of light that comes from most overhead lighting sources. Hallways and entryways have also became popular locations for hall tables or console tables. First impressions for guest coming into your home is important, and a decorative console table topped with accent pieces of decor, small table lamp, and personal photos can be the added touch that makes people feel welcomed and comfortable. Placing these entryway furniture pieces in your foyer can be a beautiful addition to your home.
When it comes to choosing a console table for your loveseat, make sure you know what you are looking for. Size is important. A loveseat is not always the same height as a sofa is, so you can't assume a console table that will work for your sofa will work for your loveseat. Measure the size and make sure whatever console table you choose will be a complementary height. You want it to be the same height as the arm rests on the loveseat. After all, if you are reaching over for a glass of wine, it needs to be a comfortable reach to get to the glass or to grab that next piece of chocolate without having to completely shift in the seat.
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.
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