- Aug 7
- 2 min read
Using Console Tables to Decorate Small Spaces
Do you have an entryway, blank wall or other small space that serves no purpose? Turn it into a Pinterest-worthy design in just a few steps! By finding the right furniture and decor pieces, you can turn a non-existent area in your home to a place that wow's you every time you walk by.
Find the Right Console Table. Measure your space! Find a piece that is the proper length, width and height for the area you have.
Console Table #1: Kardos 52" Console Table - Wayfair
Console Table #2: Torrence Console Table - Wayfair
Use a mirror or larger piece of artwork above.. Mirrors will help the space appear larger by bouncing light from it and artwork will add a focal point. Tip: Round mirrors look amazing over a rectangular console table - it add contrast and depth!
Console Table #1: Reclaimed Oak Console Table - Cox & Cox
Console Table #2: Malcolm 71" Console Table - Pottery Barn
Add some greenery! Having plants or flowers (real or faux) will bring in some natural elements to your design, and give off an overall vibe of freshness.
Console Table #1: Katie 38" Console Table - Joss & Main
Console Table #2: Mid-Century Console - West Elm
Add a table lamp for some extra lighting.
Console Table #1: Darrius 45.5" Console Table - Wayfair
Console Table #2: Madison Console Table - Atkin and Thyme
Find decor pieces that work with your home aesthetic and personality to add a bit of style to your console table space. Books, frames, vases and other small pieces will work best.
Console Table #1: Caspian Light Grey/Chrome Console Table - Home Depot
Console Table #2: Abbyson Carolina White Rectangle Console Table - Overstock
Add storage underneath. Find baskets that compliment the console table and place them underneath to store blankets, shoes, magazines, or anything else that can be put away when organizing.
Console Table #1: Industrial Storage Console - West Elm
Console Table #2: Bleckley 46" Solid Wood Console Table - Wayfair
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