Space-saving Tripoli Console



If you’re currently living in a small home and you wish you could find some ways of saving space, take a look at the Tripoli console. It has a very simple and versatile design and, because it’s so narrow, it takes very little floor space. Moreover, it allows you use it as a very functional storage area for all your decorative items.

Space-saving Tripoli Console

The console is hand crafted from powder-coated iron so it’s sturdy and durable. Also, because of the material and the design, it can successfully be used both indoor and outdoor, as long as it’s in a protected area to avoid deterioration. The console also has molded finials and x-shaped rails. In order to achieve the final look, the console is hand-finished with ash black finish.

The Tripoli console is produced in Mexico and its overall dimensions are 35″H X 44″W X 9″D. You can buy it for $159.00. It’s a very practical and functional storage solution and because it taken so little floor space you can place it just about anywhere. If you like the console and want to achieve a complete, you can also opt for the Tripoli end table or coffee table, part of the same collection. Other similar products are the Sonoma console, the Durham console table and the Grand Marque console.


Published by in Furniture, on September 22nd, 2011

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