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What is a half-moon table called?

What is a half-moon table called?

Demilune Tables Demilune is a French term meaning half-moon, a beautiful name for these crescent shape tables. With no front corners and a shallow profile, it is an exceptionally great choice for tight hallways and entryways.

What are the thin tables in hallways called?

A table in a hallway is usually called a console, however, if it is in a hallway towards the front of the home, it can be called an entryway table. These two types of tables are narrow, tall and typically placed against the wall, so as not to block the path of the hallway.

What are the small tables called?

Bedside tables, nightstands, or night tables are small tables used in a bedroom. They are often used for convenient placement of a small lamp, alarm clock, glasses, or other personal items.

What are those Wall tables called?

What Is a Console Table? A console table is wide, fairly shallow and roughly as tall as a regular table or desk. A console table is often placed against a wall – but when it’s placed against the back of a sofa, it’s called a sofa table.

What is a long narrow table called?

Console Table. Console tables are often used interchangeably with end tables (also known as sofa tables) because they are long, thin, and narrow, and fit nicely behind a sofa or in an entry way.

What is a low console table called?

Side Table. Unlike a console table that can stand alone or against a wall, a side table is best used beside sofas and chairs. The low height makes it convenient to rest and reach items like drinks, books, and phones.

What’s another name for a console table?

What is another word for console table?

sideboard cupboard
buffet console
hutch cellarette
credenza table
furniture piece hallway table

What is the difference between a coffee table and a cocktail table?

The only defining difference between a cocktail table and a coffee table is the shape of the tabletop! A cocktail tabletop is square or rectangular while a coffee tabletop is round.