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(Above photo - Pair Regency Console Tables Painted Lacquer Adams )
Are you looking for antique hall tables? If so, then you have come to the right place. Antique hall tables have a shape close to that of the console tables, making many people confuse between the two. However, one or two drawers in a hall table set it apart from the drawer-less console table. Apart from their decorative appeal as antique pieces of furniture, these tables have several uses. Here are ways you can use your set of antique hall tables:
(Above photo - Antique Adams hall table in mahogany )
The primary purpose of a hall table is to serve you in the hallway or entryway. You can put it in the foyer for it to act as an opening statement to the rest of your home décor. For a lighter touch, place it next to a mirror on the wall. Alternatively, you can use the table to display a sculpture, framed photograph, or another piece of art. The tabletop has a set of drawers that can act as storage for small change, keys, or even umbrellas.
(Above photo - Hepplewhite demi lune hall tables )
Antique hall tables also have a unique place in the living room, acting as side tables to hold some of your decorative items. For example, you can use it to keep lamps, artwork, and framed photographs, and so on. For instance, you could have a light on either end of the table to create a sense of symmetry and balance. While at it, you can use the drawers to keep smaller but valuable items that need a little extra security.
(Above photo - Regency gilt hall tables )
Who said that a hall table could not find its way into the dining room? For instance, you could place it next to the dining table and have it act as a sideboard of sorts. It would be helpful if the hall table has drawers for storing some of your most miniature cutlery items. With that, you won’t need a fully-fledged sideboard to entertain guests in your dining room.
(Above photo - Serpentine hall table in mahogany antique )
Why would you want to purchase a separate nightstand when you can turn a hall table into one? Put the table at your bedside and use it to hold a lamp, books, and so on. If you put a wicker basket underneath, you will have a more convenient way to keep your linen. However, you may want to turn it into a fully-fledged dressing table by pairing it with a mirror.
Apart from decorating your home, antique hall tables serve several functions making your home more livable. Their tall, slim appearance makes them great for placement virtually anywhere within your home. So, you could have it in the hallway for displaying artworks or keeping keys. It could act as a side table for holding your telephone, remote control, and other accessories in the living room. If you have no sideboard in your dining room, then an antique hall table would do the trick. Or, you could use it in the bedroom as a nightstand. It’s all up to you to decide how to use it!
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