Broomhill Church

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Metal console table

This 19th century pier console table is adorned with a red and yellow marble top, pierced apron, cresting waves, acanthus relief, and symmetrical foliage. It is supported by stop-fluted columnar legs, with a curvy stretcher extending over toupee feet. Its antique finish is yellow-washed with a tarnished patina.

A Metal pier console table can add an elegant look to your entryway. The stylish table’s sandstone finish, faux metal accents and floating shelf design provide extra storage space. It’s also scratch resistant. Whether you want to use it as a bookshelf or display a collection of art, this console table can meet your needs.

This table blends style and function with its curved base and steel tube uprights. It’s subtly textured powder coat adds a modern touch. It’s a great addition to a contemporary room. Its elegant design will match a wide variety of interiors and interior design schemes.

Wooden console table

A wooden pier console table is a great way to add storage space to a room. It is available in a variety of wood and paint finishes. This pier 1 console table table features a curved frame and shelves made from wire-brushed oak. The lower shelf provides extra storage space. It is a great piece for a beach house, a rustic cabin, or any other room that needs some extra storage space.

Glass console table

The pier table is a type of small table that is typically set against a wall, usually between two columns or windows. The smaller version is typically made of black walnut or pine gilded with a flat arched top. They are 24 to 26 inches wide, and are usually placed between two windows. The word console is derived from French, where it refers to a bracket that supports a cornice or shelf.

A pier is an isolated vertical masonry support, lacking the details of a column or pilaster. It is a common feature in buildings, as it helps support beams and arches. Originally, a pier glass was a floor mirror. Its purpose was to cover the space between two walls, but it is now also used to describe wall mirrors that are set over a console table. Its dimensions range from three to four feet in height and 22 to 25 inches in width.