Because of its narrow width and long length, a console table can squeeze into just about any hallway, entry or small living room. Also called sofa tables, entry tables and hall tables, this multi-purpose piece of furniture serves as both a convenient drop spot and extra storage station. Whether you prefer a dramatic mirrored console table or a traditional white console table, there are many different options to accommodate all styles.
Before you buy a sofa table for your space, here's what you should consider:
What can I use a console table for?
This furniture's ideal placement is near your front door, since a foyer table makes a great drop spot for keys, bags and accessories. Just add a basket for trinkets, a nearby coat hook and a lamp to complete the look of your entryway console table. A narrow console table also works well in living rooms, either placed on the wall or butted up against the sofa. They can even work as makeup vanities or small-space desks!
What is a sofa table?
A narrow sofa table is a form of console table, though its placement is what makes it unique. This long, skinny table goes directly behind your sofa, so it doesn't take up much space yet can still be used for additional storage and decor. It can either complement or substitute for your current furniture. Depending on your design preference, they come in many different styles and materials, including wood, metal and glass.
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