Find the perfect console table for your hallway or living room with Big Furniture Warehouse! Shop our complete range of stylish, yet affordable console tables, available in a variety of colours and finishes. Whether you prefer a minimalist feel to your home, or something more ornate, we’re sure we’ll have the ideal console table for you.
With a choice of features, including drawers and smaller, nested tables, console tables are very versatile pieces of furniture and can double as a great storage solution for your home as well.
We’ve curated our collection of console tables to include a little something for everyone, whatever of your budget, or how much space you have to spare. With stunning crystal drawer pulls and an elegant design, you may be interested in our Como 2-Drawer Console Table. The pure white finish is easy to match with most styles of home decor.
Or if you prefer a more modern feel, you may be more drawn to our Grey Extending Console Desk. This practical 2-in-1 console table can be a great option for home workers and students, with two handy storage drawers that are perfect for stationery.
If you’d like to browse the full range of console tables, feel free to do so through our online furniture store. And if you’re looking for new additions to your hallway, why not take a look at our fantastic shoe cabinets and coat racks as well?
A console table is a narrow, fairly high table that sits close to a wall. They are designed to take up minimal space, and are commonly seen in the hallways of people’s homes or close to the front door.
A console table stands just below hip-height, the usual height of a desk or dining table, and can be used for a number of purposes. When they are kept close to the door, they can be a useful place to put keys, gloves, and other personal items that will often be the last thing picked up before leaving the house.
Console tables often have drawers, so can be used to store small household items like spare keys, batteries, and matches. In the latter part of the 21st Century, console tables were sometimes known as “phone tables” and would have a telephone, address book and a pen and paper to take down messages.