Published at Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 - 06:09:43 AM. Console Table. By Paule Vienne.
Around the 17th-century in Italy a console table was a major manifestation of the culture of furniture made for the purpose of display. Many examples of the period were carved and were in fact some of the finest pieces of sculpture as much as furniture. An opulent group of consoles was made in 1675-78 for the Palazzo Colonna in Rome; where the supports for the tops were commonly carved as human figures eagles tumbling putti (cupids) luxuriant foliage and dolphins and they often were gilded.
We've talked about console tables in entryways and living rooms where they can be placed against a wall or adjacent to a couch or settee. So where else can you locate your console table? Almost any room in the house! You may have use for one in a sunroom and certainly a library or study room can benefit from console tables to hold books a computer and printer or to attractively display collectibles. Bedrooms are a perfect location as the tables are a perfect spot for pictures beauty products books lamps and of course clocks! Last but not least it's almost impossible to ignore dining rooms where a console table can be used for extra plates of food and to hold and display beverages and glasses.
I'm not very sure about who the man was behind the creation of this unique and great idea but all I know is he was somebody brilliant. To think and create a piece of the striking allure is definitely something no ordinary man can think; not that ordinary men are unable to craft out ideas but someone who had a vision of his needs as well as those of the people was exceptionally bestowed with intelligence.
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