Published at Saturday, 21 July 2018. Console Table. By Joyce Davenport.
Flooring years ago was hardwood floor by necessity. It was all they had available so it was what they were stuck with. When carpeting and linoleum were invented, it was like Heaven to many homeowners. From there, we've seen tiles, laminate flooring and now many are back to wood flooring. Wood flooring looks elegant and goes with any style of furniture. Because console tables come in such a large variety of styles, finishes and colors, you can often get them to match your flooring.
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 worse and worse. Eventually what just tightening a screw could have solved has now become a situation where the screw has completely widened the hole that it's in and will no longer hold no matter how much you try to tighten it. This is going to take a lot more detailed repair to get it fixed and working again.
The complexity of your table is also something you're going to have to consider. Some console tables are as simple as 4 small legs and a table. This is fine as long as it doesn't look too simple for the area you plan on putting it in, but if everything else in the room is larger and more complex, you'll want to go with something that matches. More complex tables offer neatly-designed backs, taller legs and other features.
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