6 Contemporary Console Tables with Fascinating Geo and Textural Style


Console tables have been around for a long while now. But a recent spurt in mid-century modern design along with smart entryways and homes that demand space-savvy goodness has meant that they are now more prominent than ever before. You see even small apartments with very little square footage turn to the console table for a stylish makeover. The multiple designs on offer, innovative new forms and slim consoles that blend them into the backdrop make them even more of a hit! With that in mind, we decided to share with you 6 chic, contemporary and exceptional console tables that are anything but mundane.



Rapa Nui Console Table from Cattelan Italia









The focus today is on tables that bring something unique to your living room. This could be in the form of textural beauty, metallic glint or even geometric pattern that stands out visually. Each one is a showstopper in its own right and once you flip through all the inspirations, you will undoubtedly be presented with a problem of plenty. With Holiday shopping in full swing, maybe you can even bring one of these home on a discount! Step in and enjoy –

With a Metallic Glint

We start off with 2 console tables that unleash a dash of brass at its brilliant best even while combining it with different materials. Home décor with a ting of brass has gained popularity in the last 2 years as both midcentury trends and industrial spaces held sway. A console table with a brass frame allows you to embrace this trend in the living room or the entry without committing to it in a larger fashion. As its name suggests, the 2 Tone Marble Console brings together brass and marble while the Terrace Console blends mirrored glass with brass.

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2 tone marble console from CB2


Dashing 2 tone marble console


Fabulous console combines marble and brass


Terrace Console from West Elm


Slim and Stylish Terrace Console with metallic glint

A Unique Base

The Rapa Nui Console Table from Cattelan Italia has a style and presence of its own. You can recognize it almost instantly even from a distance thanks to its white or gray colored cement legs with their irregular design. The top can be either in wood or glass and each unit seems special in its own distinctive manner. The graphite embossed lacquered steel base in its circular form ensures that the Tour Console is equally inimitable and yet very different from Rapa Nui in the overall geo flair that it offers. Combining clean lines and minimalism with the circular form of its base, this console packs quite a punch indeed!

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Unique cement legs of the console table make it an outstanding living room addition


Stunning console table Tour with graphite embossed lacquered steel base


Stylish and exceptional design of minimal Console Table


Beautiful and slim console table with a wheel-styled circular base

Slim and Modern

With an extendable table top and a smart base that is sleek and contemporary, Convivium offers much more than its understated silhouette suggests. The table can be used in multiple ways and you can even combine it with an additional dining table when you host friends and family. As far as dining room or home office consoles go, Convivium definitely heads the pack. A bone inlay façade inspired by ancient Egyptian design, a brass-capped and arched form and yet an undeniably modern outline make the Waterfall Inlay Console Table a crowd favorite. Its curvy edge and neutral color palette make it even more apt for contemporary interiors.

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Convivium dining table to match the console table


Steel base and wooden top of Convivium gives it great textural charm


Waterfall Inlay Console Table


Closer look at the modern minimal design of Convivium

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