A bright hallway with high gloss paint creates a reflective look and makes use of the natural daylight. The antique console table really works well with the client's art collection, adding just a pop of color to an otherwise neutral space.
Many antique pieces are present in this historical Maine farmhouse. The distressed wood of the console table matches beautifully with the rustic accessories and the artwork, blending history with modern day decor.
Grouping favorite small-batch bourbons and a go-to simple syrup puts a console table designed to hold bottles of wine to work as a bar. To make the libation collection even more impressive, stack the bottles on chargers. DIY blogger Amanda Macy Hall used these wooden chargers made by her parents and then brought in a touch of softness and glam with a set of copper-trimmed linen cocktail napkins by Dot & Army.
An antique wood console table is one of the lovely statement pieces in this living room designed by Inspired Interiors. A trio of blue door panels set the backdrop for the beautiful piece of furniture, which is also decorated with a pair of glass vases and a round framed mirror.
An antiqued wooden wine console table acts as a second bar area in DIYer Amanda Macy Hall’s Atlanta home. She selected bottles and napkins with style, with artwork from an illustrated recipe and a cookbook by Atlanta’s Kevin Gillespie, a 2016 James Beard Award nominee.
The rustic console table sits behind the denim sectional in this cozy living room. A fluffy white pouf adds texture and an extra seat to the space. On top of the console sits small antique table and chairs.
In the living room makeover, designer Heather Hogan Roberts incorporated bursts of blue. She also took cues from fashion, such as using African beads that the homeowner purchased previously at a antique market to accessorize a console table, instead of an outfit.