A console table can serve as the perfect furniture accent. It helps when layering a room – we have ours behind the sofa, but have also used it in front of our bay window. I received a large array of questions wanting me to touch on console tables and entry tables specifically for awkward spaces. Many of you wanted long and narrow or very short for a tiny entry and because I always get asked about media or closed storage console cabinets I figured I would include those as well!
Long or Narrow
I always wished we had room for a long console in our entry, but because the front door backs right up to the wall we utilize a much smaller wall in between two doorways. If you potentially have room behind a door, but the console needs to be very narrow something like this or this can work great.
My Unfinished Console
Entry/ Long Consoles
Closed Console Cabinet
My Console Cabinet
photos by Torrey Fox
Hello!!! Your room is beautiful. I came across your blog searching for ideas to warm up a grey sectional I recently bought and turns out the fabric was darker than what expected. I love how you warmed up your Pom by adding the creamy/grey pillows and rug. I also love what you did accessorizing your console table behind your coach. The totem lamp is such an accent piece along with the art work above it. Love!!! Love!!! May I ask where you purchased your rug. I think it works beautifully below your grey sectional!!!
Hi Janie! Thank you so much – its the Lulu & Georgia Emmit Rug linked on My Apartment shop page!
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Did you seal the table to protect it from getting stained? I have a few similar tables and I want to protect them without changing the color or making them shiny.
Hi Jen! I didn’t seal it because I wanted to keep the finish really natural. I have seen a bunch of articles on finishing though – if you google “How to seal natural wood without changing the color”
Hope this helps!
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