Q: I just moved into a tiny (but quirky and lovable) one-bedroom apartment in an old building. I have been able to arrange my living room such that I can keep my eclectic modern and antique furniture, and the last piece I need is a narrow console table to fit under my gallery wall (including my flat screen tv).
I'm looking for something interesting around only 10-11" deep and 28-30" tall (length is negotiable). I love the look of the Tanner console table from Pottery Barn (pictured), but I also love the ornate woodwork of Chinese antiques. Any good leads for these size restrictions?
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