28" Mid-century Style Hairpin Legs


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28" Mid-century Style Hairpin Legs:
$60


Mid-century Eames style hairpin legs. Set of 4 legs. These are by far the most popular hairpin legs for lighter use.
28" length, (3/8" diameter) solid natural cold steel, lightly brushed and metal waxed.
Pre-drilled and counter sunk screw holes so they are ready to be attached immediately.
The photo of the writing desk is an example of how they look in use.
Visit my store to buy other sizes in sets of four, or to see listings for buying individual legs in any quantity.
Perfect for designers, furniture makers, and individuals who want them for lighter use projects such as dining tables, media stands, desks, outdoor tables, sofa tables…just about anything you can think of.Hairpin legs can be difficult to make because they require about a 6 degree angle from the base to the floor. Much of their beauty comes from this angle. A tip for aesthetics, don’t mount the legs too close to the edge of your piece. Use a ruler or something and mount them at about 1 1/2” from the corner edges. The angle will bring them out to just a few inches from the edge of your top when legs touch the floor. Thank you, DefineModern.com


28" Mid-century Style Hairpin Legs:
$60

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