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this one, DIY consolde table. Using reclaimed wood and galvanized pipes makes this console table pop nest to the gallery wall and wainscoting.

this one, DIY consolde table. Using reclaimed wood and galvanized pipes makes this console table pop nest to the gallery wall and wainscoting.

this one, DIY consolde table. Using reclaimed wood and galvanized pipes makes this console table pop nest to the gallery wall and wainscoting.

this one, DIY consolde table. Using reclaimed wood and galvanized pipes makes this console table pop nest to the gallery wall and wainscoting.

Console table, sofa table. Can also transform into buffet for large parties.

Console table, sofa table. Can also transform into buffet for large parties.

World Market table. Honey We're Home

World Market table. Honey We're Home

A white Parsons table is used as a console in the living room. The black and white photograph hung above it adds a graphic touch - Traditional Home®

A white Parsons table is used as a console in the living room. The black and white photograph hung above it adds a graphic touch - Traditional Home®

I love me a good console table. So much that we have two in our house. One resides in our entryway and the other serves as a sofa table behind our, well, sofa. If you’re looking for a piece of furniture that serves a purpose and is also attractive, a console table is the way …

I love me a good console table. So much that we have two in our house. One resides in our entryway and the other serves as a sofa table behind our, well, sofa. If you’re looking for a piece of furniture that serves a purpose and is also attractive, a console table is the way …

Uttermost Luano Silver Console Table

Uttermost Luano Silver Console Table

Console table for television from South Shore Decorating Blog: Nasty Comments and Listening to Your Inner Design Goddess

Console table for television from South Shore Decorating Blog: Nasty Comments and Listening to Your Inner Design Goddess