Many people believe that the consoles are generally decorative. their sole purpose is believed to display candles, vases and other decorative items. But in fact, this unit is very convenient and it is particularly easy to note, examining the extensible console.
This practical and aesthetic furniture serves several functions and adds a lot of charm with a modern interior. Examine the different models and their versatile applications in the living room, dining room and modern corridor.
Extensible console in different rooms
The idea of a console table comes from classical architecture. At the time, the console was a flange on the wall serving as a support. Nowadays, the consoles are varied as to their design, manufacturing materials and their applications. Apart from perfect to store decorative items, they became functional furniture great. By placing a console in the entry, generally, it is used as storage space for the key, the phone and the storage compartment. In the bedroom, adding a mirror, it becomes the perfect hairdresser!
Extensible console and dining table
Expandable consoles, on the other hand, are much more functional, like the surface of their trays becomes much more important. Some models can be transformed into tables, making their use in the house or the apartment open plan handy. For short-square meter, extensible console is an indispensable piece of furniture. Put a console in the living room open onto the dining room and you'll discover as is practical. Other models have drawers that are well suited to store tablecloths, napkins and cutlery. Check out the following examples and ideas on extensible console and you'll probably find a place for it in your home.
Extensible console Giravolta, available Arredaclick
Italian design Metro'xelle by Ozzio
Elvis, Design alberto Danese, available Cattelan Italia
Desire by InFabbrica
leather tray Console by Saxon Clark Interiors
Aluminum and glass table by InFabbrica
Table Golia via Ozzio
Corinto, available Arredaclick
Minima by Ozzio
Extensible console That, by Ozzio
Golia, design by M. and G. Pozzoli Mauri
Convivium available Arredaclick