Bar console table is a square or circular table that is between two or three people. This table style is not one, formal table, sitting. Its surface is generally large enough for a couple of glasses, usually measuring 24 to 30 inches. Publication tables are often at least three feet high, ideal for sitting on a chair in height or in the stool. If you buy a bar table online or at furniture store, you may have to mount your legs. Read the instruction manual that accompanies the bar table and become familiar with the assembly process. While mounting table legs is often easy, there may be one or two steps that make your table unique.
Place the mounting parts provided in front of you to confirm that you have everything that is required. The hardware must include four bolts and four nuts, or what is represented in the instruction manual. Set the table top upside down over a carpeted floor area. If you do not have a carpeted area, set the tabletop on a blanket to prevent it from being scratched. Hold bar console table leg in place, making sure it is properly seated, and align the hole in the leg with the mounting hole in the table top.
Insert a bolt through the holes from the outside in. Screw a nut onto the end of the bolt and tighten with a wrench or socket wrench. If the wing nuts are provided with the table, tighten by hand. If your bar console table has a central leg instead of four legs around the outside, you will have a slightly different mounting process. In this case, align the flange at the top of the leg with the holes at the bottom of the tabletop and screw the screws in until tight. Fit the other three legs, if necessary. Flip the table to your feet and place it on a secure surface. Place your hand on top and wobble to see if any of the branches are loose. If either branch shows signs of being loose, flip the bottom table down and tighten the nut.