Placed behind the sofa or in the entryway, this square leg console table provides a spot for a table lamp to illuminate the room. Two storage drawers and a lower display shelf make room for books, family photos and other necessities we can’t seem to live without.
Crafted of solid wood, the simple design of this console table can update your existing décor or become a companion piece to the matching cocktail and end table. It can be finished in any of our paint colors and a secondary color or stain choice can also be added for further customization. (Specify color and placement in the Special Instructions box above). We offer up to five sample paint chips to help you make those sometimes difficult color decisions.
Color Shown: Windy Sky
Measurements: 44w x 30h x 16d
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