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A cross between a side table and a console, demilune tables (which are best known for their unique half-moon shape) are ideal for imparting traditional appeal in any space. Whether you’re looking for a table to post up between two wingback chairs or you’re looking for a small-scale table to do the job of a console in an entry, you’re sure to find an antique demilune table to fit the bill here at Chairish. We stock hundreds of demilune tables from top-tier vintage dealers located all over the U.S.—and now Europe!

Fine Tune Your Rooms with Elegant Demilune Tables

Demilunes, which derive their name from the French phrase for “half moon,'' generally possess three or four legs, although it is common to see flip-top models with five or more. Some are designed to be pushed against a wall while others are meant to be affixed to the wall with hardware. Many designers are fond of using a demilune pair when decorating. A pair of demilunes can be used under parallel windows in a long hallway, or used to add balance on either side of a doorway. Use a demilune side table in a classical Federal, Neoclassical, or Regency style to function as a bar in a cozy dining room where a full-sized buffet might feel too imposing. In an entry, try employing a statement demilune, such as one featuring faux bois styling, as an entry console. Statement demilunes can easily hold their own, but if you prefer a more modest style such as Queen Anne or Chippendale demilune side table, consider flanking it with dining chairs to add more ballast. In a living room, try a cabinet-style demilune to flank one side of a fireplace. A demilune’s rounded front can provide a break from the hard angles presented by a traditional fireplace.