Lucite (also called acrylic or ghost) furniture is a big trend in decorating right now. It rose to popularity because of its ability to “disappear” into the decor, making it an especially great choice for small spaces and awkward spots.
Because it is completely clear, light passes right through lucite furniture, which is visually weightless to keep a space feeling open and airy.
Of all the furniture available in lucite, a lucite console table is one of the most versatile and useful. It’s a lifesaver in small, narrow spots like entryways and hallways, but it can also be used in a variety of other places. If you need a surface but don’t want to take up much visual room, a lucite console table could be the perfect solution.
Here are 10 examples of lucite console tables that show the brilliance of its design.
Lucite Console Table Ideas
This lucite console table allows the wallpaper behind it to serve as the main focus in this charming hallway.
Source: Style At Home
A lucite table makes great use of this awkward spot by the stairs without taking up too much space, both visually and literally.
A lucite console table is perfect for a minimalist vignette such as this one.
Source: The Every Girl
This table provides a great spot to go through magazines and files but doesn’t add any visual clutter in front of the bookcase.
Source: Style Me Pretty
With the sides of this console table being clear, it allows the surface to bring in some beautiful texture without adding much visual weight to the hallway.
Source: Architectural Digest
The decor stands out beautifully in this vignette while the console table fades into the background.
Source: One Kings Lane
This vignette is clean, airy, and minimalist without lacking a single dose of charm.
For a small living room, a lucite console table is perfect to place up against a sofa or loveseat to create some extra surface space (and a great spot to keep some extra seating in the form of benches).
Source: La Dolce Vita
Want some space at the foot of your bed but don’t want it to look cluttered? Here’s a great solution.
Source: Better Homes & Gardens
Keep your entryway clutter-free and open with a chic lucite console table.
Source: Hooked On Houses