Guest Picks: Console Tables
This classic parson's-style console would be perfect in an entryway with a basket or tray underneath for shoes.
I'm a big fan of this console. It's sleek, modern and rustic all in one.
Though hairpin legs are becoming an overdone trend, this handmade console table is beautiful.
This is perfect for achieving the look of an open console while having some decent hidden storage.
I love that this is made of reclaimed wood, and the steel base gives it a beautiful industrial look.
I would love this graceful console in my entryway — if only I had the space.
I like this simple and affordable option with lots of cubbies for organizing things.
This sturdy console is perfect for a large TV and accessories. I also like the hinged doors disguised as drawers.
I love the bold traditional look going on with this console, and the drawers are a plus.
This is my favorite option. It is sleek and simple and perfect for holding a TV with electronics and books below.
I like this light and elegant option for entryways.
This is the perfect console if you're looking for something airy and light.
This is a beautiful piece of craftsmanship. It has the style of a sleek parson's table, but comes with extra storage as well.
Thought it's technically more of a side table, I love this smaller option for oddly shaped entryways like mine.
This might be my favorite of the wood and metal combinations. I like the wood tone (it's salvaged from railroad ties) and the overall sleek look.
At only 10 inches deep, this is perfect for an entryway or for behind a sofa.
I'd happily use this stunning walnut piece in an entryway, or really in any room of the house. I love the sleek drawers too.
I love the unexpected bluestone top and all of the angles on this table.
This pretty console has a fun texture to it.
I like that this console features an industrial wood-on-metal look.Next: Make the Most of a Console Table