Wicker Console Table Tips to Decorate Your House

Wicker Console Table
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Wicker Console Table

A wicker console table is a very unique table that can make a significant improvement to the decor of your home when placed properly and decorated with elegant accents.  Wicker console tables are unique because they display a warm intricate woven pattern unlike other hard surface console tables.

Styles

You will find wicker console tables in two basic shapes:

  1. Half Round
  2. Rectangular

Where to Use A Console Table

In a Foyer

Wicker console tables can be used in different places in your home.  One of the most common uses is the foyer.  This is a common place for one because it becomes a handy place for people coming in from outside can use the table to place things on as they enter the house.  It’s a nice place to set a night light or table lamp to keep the foyer lit when you walk in or having a light on during the night.

In a Bedroom

Placing a console table in a bedroom is a way to use it as a substitute for a vanity.  Place a mirror above it and place the things you use to get ready in the morning on its top.

In a Living Room

Use a wicker console table in a living room against an empty wall or against the back of a love seat or sofa.  In this scenario, you can use the console table to display framed photographs, knick knack or there accents. 

Natural and Resin Wicker Console Tables

In as much as we might be use to only seeing natural wicker designs, resin wicker tables are beginning to become available.  Resin seating furniture is being used indoors in many situations and the same goes for console tables.

When you’re looking for a way to decorate and area and a table is appropriate, think about using a wicker console table and enjoy the elegant design as well as its functional attributes.

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