Antique console table most often designed to hold special materials, such as electronic equipment, so that they are readily available for use in this part of the home. Many consoles do not have boxes and can only store items on their table. To convert a console to the desktop, you must insert other methods of storage if you need more of a desktop than just a work area
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Move the console to a home office or home location that leads to work, whether it is a side room or corner of a bedroom. Make sure the antique console table is close to a working electrical outlet to plug in any electronic work piece. Place an office chair at the console. Choose a chair that works with the height of the console, or use a height adjustable chair.
Place office accessories (such as a desk calendar and pencil cup) and material work (such as writing utensils, paper, and a computer) on the antique console table. Arrange these objects in a logical system, locations are often used at the front and center and items that you use less often backwards. Keep electronics within reach of electrical outlets. Create additional storage by storing other material you would put in a desktop box in organized boxes, stored near the desktop. You can also use commercial system drawer storage, an independent unit of wood or plastic drawers that fits under a desk. Measure the height of the console before purchasing such a system to be sure that the device will fit below the meter.