Four Ways to Style Console Tables

1. Console // 2. Foo Dog Lamps // 3. Picture Frame // 4. Blue and White Cache Pot // 5. Ginger Jars // 6. Blue Pillow 7. Clam Shell // 8. Parsons Chair // 9. Parsons Chair Slipcover // 10. Arm Chair

Good Morning! I wanted to started this post by taking a moment to say thank you.

I started this blog as an artistic outlet and way to catalogue images that inspired me. I didn’t plan on sharing much of our home because I knew it could in no way hold rank with most of images I post on Instagram. Since we are not in our forever home, it has been a challenge designing and decorating our house the way I want to without investing too much money. Plus, throw in the fact that our home has to withstand the wear and tear of two dogs, two kids, and a man, some days it seems impossible.

So, imagine my surprise when some many of you responded to my posts asking for more photos of my home and  sharing products with looks that were attainable for non-decorators and on a budget. Now here I am, three months and nearly three thousand followers later and having so much fun finding pieces to help fill my home but also knowing that you all are filling your home with the same pieces. So thank you. What started as a hobby is becoming such a fun and exciting journey.

Anyway, after my Monday instagram story, featuring the white foo dog lamps I recently purchased, I had a lot of requests to see the space again where I put them. Here are four other ways to style your console tables using lamps I featured from my Monday post. Have a great weekend!


1. Mirror // 2. Porcelain Lamps // 3. Console // 4. Double Happiness Ginger Jar // 5. Porcelain Box



1. Buffet Lamps // 2. Fox Hunting Print // 3. Eagle Mirror // 4. Demi-Lune // 5. Porcelain Box



1. Lamps // 2. Beach Photograph // 3. Painting // 4. Console Table // 5. Pink Cache Pot // 6. Book


I based my Coastal look off of this Sarah Bartholomew/ Pottery Barn collaboration launch photo. I loved this look as soon as I saw it but once I started calculating, it was way out of my budget. I did include the mirror because I think that is worth the splurge, but everything else is so affordable it balances out. Plus, if you are a constant furniture re-arranger like me, I think you can use the mirror anywhere. It would also be adorable in a children’s room or bathroom.


1. Mirror // 2. Coral Lamp Set // 3. Coral Prints // 4. Wave Coral // 5. Storage Basket // 6. Console




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6 Comment

  1. Reply
    Kathryn Wilkerson
    August 3, 2018 at 9:59 pm

    This are so good! But I love the traditional one. 💙

  2. Reply
    Kathryn Wilkerson
    August 3, 2018 at 10:07 pm

    These are all so good, but I love the traditional one!

    1. Reply
      August 4, 2018 at 12:39 pm

      I am so glad! I am partial to the traditional one too 🙂

  3. Reply
    January 3, 2019 at 10:40 pm

    Your living room is lovely. When I first saw it, I wondered which designer did it. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Reply
      January 3, 2019 at 10:55 pm

      Thank you so much!

    2. Reply
      January 6, 2019 at 8:55 am

      Thank you so much Carey!

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