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Help find GOOD quality, narrow console or entry table

Posted by smarge (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 12, 13 at 9:15

Hi! I'm searching in vain for a good quality table to put in our entry area of our mudroom. This entry is the most used by our friends and family and I want it to look really nice. The walls are white beadboard for about 4' and above that is painted a pale gray/green (BM "Camouflage"). The floor tiles are a gray stone-like tile.

Since the wall I want to place a table against is short and also is perpendicular to a guest room doorway, I am looking for a fairly narrow table. My measurements can be:

W = 36" - 54"
D = 12" - 15" (14" would be better)
H = table height, not particular

Style and color need to go well with a white-white, grays, blacks, maybe dark brown wood would be good. Nothing ornate or formal will work well. I'd love a drawer or two and maybe even a bottom shelf.

Any suggestions?

I'm trying to post a link below to a table I really love the look of, but it is too big for my spot.

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RE: Help find GOOD quality, narrow console or entry table

What's your budget? The Stickley sofa table and console table are close to fitting the bill. sion&cat1=88&view=single&finish= sion&finish=

Here is a link that might be useful: Stickley

This post was edited by palimpsest on Fri, Apr 12, 13 at 12:32

RE: Help find GOOD quality, narrow console or entry table

A.A. Laun makes a table 38" wide and 12" deep. According to their website, it is available in custom colors.

I have not viewed their furniture in years, but they have been in business a long time and make their furniture in Wisconsin.

Here is a link that might be useful: A A Laun Table

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