Gallia Console Table October 23rd, 2017 - 21:33:26
Anyone can put furniture in a room. The job of a decorator is to create atmosphere and style. Furniture is part of that, but the two most important aspects of ambiance in a room are lighting and ornamentation. Console tables add greatly to both. The hallway is the first part of the interior of a house that a visitor sees. Since first impressions count, the hallway is extremely important, it needs to set a mood. As the bridge between outside and in, the hallway needs to be warm and welcoming a console table is the ideal stage for the equipment you need.
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.
Ones chairs and tables get to be almost part of ones life and to seem like quiet friends. How true these words ring. Ones taste in furniture is a kin to ones taste in friends...and one evidently speaks of the other. So, the next time you have some guests over, would you not want to project that you have the best of everything right from your friends to your furniture. Well, if you are looking out for furniture that spells out your unique style as well as helps you in filling up the empty spaces in your house, look no further than the wood console table.
This is going to take a lot more detailed repair to get it fixed and working again. Having console tables in the entry way to your home is like having a good friend waiting to help you out when you come in and out of the house. They are there to hold the mail, the keys, the dogs leash and collar and anything else that you may need as you walk in and out of the door. Make sure to take care of that friend by putting your console tables on a regular maintenance schedule.