We sell a variety of console tables to suit every interior, whether you need a traditional hardwood console table made from oak or a contemporary glass console table, our range will satisfy your home's requirements and tastes.
Our console tables are also available to buy in different sizes to fit in your living room or hallway. For example, you could browse our very narrow console tables for narrow hall locations if you simply need a surface area to drop keys and letters by your entryway, or opt for a large console table if you have the space for one. Many narrow console tables feature storage compartments beneath in the way of drawers or cupboards, if you need the extra storage space in your home for shoes or other items.
They are commonly positioned against a hallway wall as hall tables or behind long living room sofas, but they are an incredibly versatile item of furniture that can suit many rooms and areas of your home. They are often used as a surface to place your keys and phone when you first arrive at home, or an elegant storage solution for a great number of different things depending on the glass console table you choose. And, like a regular table, they can provide support for lampshade lighting or decorative ornaments.
White console tables are a popular choice and can be the perfect complement to a shabby chic interior. On the other hand, a black console table is a popular addition in rooms with a contemporary style that require its function and look.
Having a glass console table as opposed to an opaque console table can work wonderfully in small or narrow spaces where the presence of a console table may cause the space to look visally cluttered or cramped. The reflective surface of the glass console table may even contribute to making the space seem larger. Glass console tables are traditionally positioned against a wall, typically of a hallway or corridor
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Gresham Tempered Glass and Brushed Steel Console Table
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