Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Joyce Davenport.
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.
If you find a substantial console table, it can act as an entertainment center in your family room. Hang the flat screen TV on the wall, or put it on a pedestal on the tabletop. If it has shelves down below, make room for the DVR and the DVD player, and stock the shelves with baskets and fill them with your CDs and DVDs.
If you have a dining room that's too small to accommodate a sideboard, china cabinet, or buffet, add a console table. It's smaller than traditional dining room furniture, but if it's got a few drawers you can store napkins, serving utensils, candles, and bar accessories. If it's got a few shelves, you can use it to display some of your favorite serving pieces. Add a small wine rack, a basket or box holding a corkscrew or foil cutter, and crystal stemware, you've can create a small wine bar.
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