Console Table Behind Couch – Long rectangular tables, which can be almost 7 feet long and as little as 1 foot deep have been decorating staples for decades. They were originally designed to hide or cover the back of a sofa when it was traditional until the back of an upholstered console was finished. These days, however, they add dimension to a room and give storage and shelving options.
Place the console so it is “floating” in the living room, and not against a wall, or at least the width of the table on the wall console. The position of your console table behind your console, either flush with the wall or flush against the back of the console. Decorate with small, short-lived and group ornaments or gather to make an interesting cluster of color or design. This is a good strategy if your console is fluffy and makes people sit and relax, in which case you may not want very tall, tall ornaments placed on the console table.
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Decorate a more formal console table with objects of different heights. Use candles of different sizes and candlesticks to bring focus and increase the height of the room. Display plates and works of art, again on easels. Use the console table as a coffee table assistant. Keep a mountain set in it and when space is a scarce asset, guests can place their drinks on the console’s back table. Similarly, set up magazines and books on the console table to make room for the largest items you want to display on the coffee table.
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