A bracket whose projection is not more than half its height.
Any small bracket; also, a console table.
a home entertainment device such as a television, radio, phonograph, CD player, or combination of these, designed as a piece of furniture, to stand on the floor rather than on a table or in a separate cabinet; -- also used attributively in the phrase console model.
A scroll-shaped projecting bracket that supports a horizontal member.
An ornamental bracket, usually scroll-shaped and carved of stone, used to support cornices, balconies, and similar elements.
Side table of waist height that attaches to a wall, typically with a marble top supported by two or four legs and with a carved apron.
A table that can be attached to a wall having two front legs or may be free standing against the wall
a small table fixed to a wall or designed to stand against a wall
an ornamental scroll-shaped bracket (especially one used to support a wall fixture); "the bust of Napoleon stood on a console"
a bracket, usually in an S scroll or curve, used to support a cornice or shelf
a piece of stone or wood that projects from the wall as a support
Form of side-table supported by wall bracket(s) with two front legs.
Furniture-style TV or audio system cabinet that sits on the floor.
Refers to a table fixed to a wall and supported by two front legs only.
An ornamental bracket or corbel in the form of an S curve in Classical architecture.
a bracket supporting the cornice over a window or doorway.
a term originally used to describe the bracket used to support cornices or shelves. Later, it was applied to tables that were fixed to a wall along the back edge and supported with legs at the front. These days, the word describes all types of tables used along a wall (these are normally long and narrow).
a bracket with a compound-curved outline.
element decorated with several moldings, which outstands from the vertical .planes and that serves to support parts of the edifice or architectural monument.
a table intended to stand against a wall, between windows
Architectural term for a bracket of any kind used to support cornices or shelves. The bracket is usually of scroll form. The word "console" is also applied, incorrectly, to tables fixed to the wall and supported only at the front legs. Currently, almost any type of wall tables.
A table-like fixture with an integral lavatory basin. Usually wall mounted in the back, and supported with brackets or legs in the front. See Consoles & Vanities
term applied originally to a support that supported cornices or shelves and used more ahead to describe the supported tables that were put to a wall and with the legs only in the front. It today describes all the types of tables used throughout a wall.
An architectural member projecting from a wall to form a bracket
A term originally applied to a bracket that supported cornices or shelves and later used to describe tables that were affixed to a wall and supported with legs at the front. Today it describes any type of table used along a wall. Find a console table.
A table that is fixed to a wall and supported by one or more carved legs. Also any table meant to be placed against a wall.
Term originally defined a bracket that supports cornices or shelves and later used to describe tables fixed to a wall and supported with legs only at the front. Modern use to describe any type of table in use along a wall.
A rectangular table usually set against a wall in a foyer or dining room; a bracketed shelf attached to a wall.
Originally a large bracket supporting a shelf, but in furniture parlance it refers to any group consisting of a table or cabinet with a mirror hung above it. Term loosely used for any wall table.