Some people use tall console tables as a kind of buffet in the kitchen or dinning room, or as in my motherinlaws house in France, as a table between the kitchen and the dining area where cheese trays and wine and desserts can be left ready for the next course without having to run between the two rooms for each item. Designs in wood that match your dinning set are especially good for this because the nature of a console table is length.
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.
The lights in an entrance hall are always overlooked. When rooms are small, it is usual to have furniture like sofas against the walls. Where rooms are large, open plan or multipurpose, its often necessary to have at least one free standing sofa, and in this case, you need a sofa table. Once again, a console table can be used as long as it is no higher than the back of the sofa. The table will help to define the space, add style and from a practical point of view, its weight helps to stop the sofa from creeping from its position.
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