The console table in the foyer welcomes guests with stylish storage and a unique display of art and candles. Designers added textured wallpaper and a soft rug to complete the design and give the small space a bit of dimension.
The legs of this 1960s white and yellow console were inspired by Saarinen's classic Tulip collection. Modular cubbies hang above the table, providing modern style with the added benefit of extra storage.
That foyer is just as functional as it is stylish. The console table offers storage for keys and mail, while its light wood finish gives the space a familiar, Fixer Upper feel. As for the chalkboard sign, it adds a personal touch that kiddos will love.
Staying within a blue, white and brown color palette unifies this tableau that contains an elegant console table, several pieces of artwork and candlesticks. The table also offers convenient hidden storage.
Under the two windows that flank the fireplace sit two metal and glass console tables with outdoor table lamps that have a white bulbous base. Assorted coffee table books and decorative accessories like a silver and marble clock and antique decoy duck decorate the shelves of the console tables.
On one side of the master bedroom, upholstered leather armchairs flank the media console, which provides ample storage space for movies and other media essentials. Bright blue accessories add a lovely accent color to the rich brown color palette.
A sleek Parsons console table and a classically-curved lamp keep this entryway, designed by HGTV's Chip Wade, host of Elbow Room, simple yet modern. Family photos add a little personality, while wicker cubes provide clutter-free storage for odds and ends.
Designer Susan Brunstrum worked her magic on this great room wall underneath the grand staircase with interesting decorative items that serve to enhance her "mountain modern" theme. She selected a rustic-style console chest for small storage and surrounded it with eclectic knickknacks that add panache to an often-neglected space.
A warm wood console table greets visitors at the door of this midcentury home, as well as provides storage for books, keys and mail. To complete the vignette, designer Barbara Vail hung a round, gold-trimmed mirror, which helps to make the small space feel larger and more open.
This space was all about finding storage solutions for a couple moving into a small space. Two sheepskin stools kept beneath the console table provide extra seating for entertaining guests. The Lucite table helps to visually expand without overwhelming the space.