WHERE DO U GET UR LEGS - nightstand

One question I get asked a lot is "where do you get the legs you add to furniture?"

The answer is everywhere.
Most of my legs are salvaged from other vintage pieces but sometimes
I can find new legs at Hardware stores. Legs can be cut from bed posts,
pillars, table legs, and chairs.

I only take legs from pieces that are not worth keeping together.

I bought this chair just before I got sick and planned to show you how to take it apart for all the
 useful parts. That plan went out the window with the oncoming fever I was sporting a few hours later.

I knew I wanted it just for parts, and look at the stained underside of the
chair who wants to work closely reupholstering that.

I was able to use both the front and back legs from the chair for this nightstand.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the info. I am cleaning out and reorganizing our workshop and found a big box of furniture legs and parts. Anxious to find uses for them. You do a great job of putting your furniture together.
    Hope you are feeling better and have that flu kicked.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures