So my entry table is a work in progress. Remember when I posted about wanting some entryway table inspiration? So I ended up getting a table that was a cross between the Parsons table from Crate & Barrel and the Threshold Mixed Material one from Target. There was a beauty from west elm that I was dying to get my hands on, and it went on sale, but then sold out. I scored when I found this killer deal from some random furniture store I discovered online that "fit" the size and look I was going for. Most importantly, it fit my non-existent budget.
Here is more inspiration:
Number one is Emerson Reclaimed Wood Console from west elm. In love! Kind of rustic, super simple.
Number two is the Benchwright Console Table from Pottery Barn. The color of the wood makes it look so formal, and the drawers will help stash goodies that you need access to regularly but don't want out and about for all to see.
Number three is Sequoia Console Table from Z Gallerie. Talk about a statement piece. This table is so different, everyone will notice it. If I had a big house, I would find a place for this baby.
My advice? Besides getting something you love, consider the style of your home. There's no way I could pull off the gold Sequoia Console table in my entryway because it wouldn't fit, and the style of my house has more of a simple, modern feel with lots of whites and neutral tones for a traditional feel, but lots of clean lines and metals for the modern side.
I have a post coming soon on what you should actually have on your entryway table. I've done my research, and it's so hard not to follow the checklist and get EVERYTHING that professional designers suggest. We don't want it cluttered. As you can see below, it's a work in progress.