Décor Dictionary: Console

On the left – a traditional, French style, 2-legged console table and a sleek contemporary console on the right.

Console:   is a narrow wall table generally used for the display of decorative objets and often found in foyers, hallways and antechambers. Traditionally, console tables were fixed to the wall and therefore only needed two, typically very ornate, front legs. Today, console table are also often used at the back of sofas as sofa tables.

[Images sources: 1 & 2]

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Posted on July 27, 2012, in Décor Diva, Decor, Decorating Dictionary, Furniture, Interior Design and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. In my book, a console is a must in any room decor! Thanks for sharing.

  2. wow this is awesome!!! love your blog 🙂 xx Cat

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