The console is a functional and decorative architectural feature that has been used for hundreds of years. At “small architect lodge”, (which is also known as “liten arkitekt lodge” in Norwegian language) it is presented as a support bracket or as a decorative ornament.
The name bracket comes from the French word for crow because it looks like a beak. When right-angle support is carved out of wood, it adds to the beauty of the room while reflecting existing themes or introducing new ones.
Alder, oak, maple, cherry, pine, or other wooden consoles can make furniture or architectural elements from the sound of the room, which adds interest and focus.
Carved wooden cornices, mounted in opposite corners of the framed entrances, create a harmless atmosphere. The console-mounted on the wall can function as a platform for vases or plants and, by adding spotlights, change the space that is not inspired.
General designs can be classified as shakers, contemporary or traditional, while other grape and leaf patterns can be heard in ancient Greece and Rome. Choosing blemishes or colors to apply is another way for artistic expression.
Try a weekend project to attach one or two wooden cornices to a business lounge wall. This can convey a tone of dignity and taste while stimulating perseverance. In any home or office environment, simply adding a screw clip will enhance style.