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Shopping for an antique French console table to add charm to an entry or living room? At Chairish, we make it easy to discover hundreds of vintage French console table designs all in one place! Sourced from antique dealers as well as vintage and modernist sellers located all over the U.S. and Europe, our edit is 100% hand-curated by our in-house style team. That means you can browse with confidence, knowing that every piece you come across is a certified, designer-grade treasure. So what sorts of tables can you expect to find within our collection? We're so glad you asked!

Louis XV and XVI Consoles - Also categorized as Rococo and Neoclassical styles, our selection of Louis XV and XVI consoles is as impressive as-can-be. Browse with us to discover iconic styles — a French console table with a marble top, perhaps? We have plenty of designs available to fit the bill, including designs inspired by the ultimate French design house, Maison Jansen.

French country Consoles - For something more rustic, be sure to check out our inventory of French country pieces. Our collection includes authentic pieces sourced from Provence, as well as Mid 20th century reproductions designed by American brands like Thomasville, Ethan Allen, Henredon and more. Browse our collection to discover heavily carved cabriole leg styles as well as more rustic, modern-looking farmhouse styles in cerused finishes.

Modernist Consoles - If you’re looking for a more modern French console dating to the 1920s or later, you’ll find plenty to covet within our collection as well. Discover Art Deco era tables crafted of specimen-grade woods as well as simple industrialist tables showcasing chrome, leather, and other utilitarian materials.