Long console table – Usually located in the hall, console table often acts as a catch-all for keys, mail and everything else that regularly come and go. Console tables may also make strong design focus points, be it in the foyer, the living room, a bedroom and an upstairs hallway. While a minimalist can keep the console as empty as possible table offers a way to produce small collections and add visual interest to a room. Think about how you use your long console table.
Consider design aesthetics of your space. Using long console table as a way to both reflect and magnify or increase the volume-of your home’s overall vibe. For example, both a collection of turquoise vases in different sizes and materials, or a large collection of seashells artfully displayed, providing more visual impact on one side than when scattered throughout the home. Make table pivot or anchor in the room illustration. Consider centering a large mirror or piece of art over the table and design around it. Keep large piece relative to the table.
choose to go symmetrical or asymmetrical arrangement of objects and works of art. A Symmetric are evenly balanced on both sides-of a lamp on each end of the long console table, a large vase with flowers in the center and an oversize mirror centered on the wall flanked by two small pictures, for example. Symmetrical location of objects tend to easily lend itself to a more formal look. Asymmetrical design, on the other hand, often comes out as more casual.