Published at Wednesday, September 12th 2018. by Deidre Rowland in Console Table.
The first thing you should keep in mind when shopping for console tables is the style and design of the table. Look for a table that matches with the rest of your decor, even if it is in an entryway or hallway where there is no other furniture. You can look to the style and color of your trim for some ideas or think about what kind of table you would buy if it were going in an adjoining room that is full of furniture.
The last type we are going to consider here is the hallway console table. Such a table must be relatively small in order for it to fit in a hallway without disrupting anyone that wants to walk through it. This can be used to place a phone device or a clock on and it can look amazing.
Place one in a hall or entryway under a mirror and show off some of your favorite things in style. Many even co me with drawers and lower shelves providing more storage and display space. Try one with a cabinet behind your sofa to store a few favorite board games and jigsaw puzzles ready for family game night.
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.
Chances are, you're probably sitting in a room right now that could use console tables. Shopping online is easy; having your laptop in front of you helps you visualize where the piece will go and whether it fits with your existing décor. Another advantage of online shopping is that no salesperson will follow you around the showroom, so you are free to jump from page to page on a website filled with hundreds of choices without constant, unneeded banter and high pressure sales pitches. And you'll never have to try to squeeze that piece of furniture into your Smart car!
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