Ofelia Macaria Console Table March 04th, 2018 - 12:31:17
One of the most common places to find a console table is inside lobby's and hallway's where they not only prove to be functional but can provide a focal point or point of interest. Positioned in a hallway they provide the perfect place to keep your keys or place the mail or newspapers that come through the door. You will often find a one of these tables with a mirror placed above it this is especially true of those found in hallways providing a perfect opportunity to check your appearance before leaving your home.
Interior decoration trends are rapidly changing inspiring and consuming. These are like creative riots that are leashed on to just one aspect- quenching the thirst for a visual delight. Every frill and every curve lead to an oasis of beauty that devours an individual's imagination. One spark of imagination results in the creation of decor themes that were never even imagined. Playing on the same tunes the decoration of furniture plays a pivotal role in rounding off a decor theme. Start with an ever-so-gracious console table that graces an empty wall and brings life to otherwise ignored spaces. A table is a like a dark knight of the furniture world. It stands still in one corner while playing an important role in the whole setup. The table manages to make its importance felt in numerous ways. It acts like a memory boat with an array of photo frames sailing on its top surface. It becomes the centre of attraction when placed under a classy artwork or a chunky mirror. Sometimes it hides behind a sofa to create space for accent pieces.
Side chairs should complement and supplement the existing décor. Over and above furniture should not become a hindrance to the room's passage.
This is where wood console tables end up being a godsend. Because wood console tables are not only tables to put the things on that can be seen in a home but are generally made with drawers and shelves where you can tuck away things you would rather not have seen.
Next beat up the table. Yes you read that right. There is no old country table that is in perfect condition which means you need to use the file or sandpaper to rough up the edges. If you want it to look well used you can use the hammer to make a few dings.
If you are using one color of paint you may want to water it down to create a more 'whitewashed' look while painting.