Ashley Tisdale Shows How to Expertly Style a Console Table

published Jan 5, 2022
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Console tables are great for placing in entryways to drop your keys and mail when you walk in the front door. But as Ashley Tisdale shows us, console tables are also perfect spots to showcase your art and aesthetic in other places throughout your home. 

“You know how much I love interior design,” the brain behind Frenshe Interiors wrote in the caption of her Dec. 8 Instagram video. “I learned so much from working with some of the best in the business. I believe your surroundings inspire and ground you.”

Her console table is adorned with a vintage lamp, a short stack of art books, a ceramic catchall dish, a small sculpture, and a crystal “for good energy.”

Tisdale’s console table is a vintage brass piece by designer Pietro Franceschini. The same one is currently available on 1stDibs for just over $6,400.

But this piece from Crate&Barrel is less-expensive and gives the same minimalist, arched vibe.

The lamp, books, sculptural piece, and ceramic dish are all things that are easily found at thrift or vintage stores, which means you can echo Tisdale’s console decor for cheap.

But if you’re looking for something a little extra special, this catchall dish from MaterCeramics on Etsy is simple, has the same pedestal vibe as Tisdale’s, and adds a fun pop of color.

And we all know that Tisdale loves crystals — she has them placed around her house at her “relaxation stations.”

You can pick up your very own chunk of clear quartz like that on Tisdale’s console from crystland on Etsy. Clusters start at $32.

Of course, creating the perfect console arrangement is all about adding pieces that speak to you and fit your aesthetic. But by using Tisdale’s layout as a guide, there’s no way you can go wrong.