She was talking it over with her dinner guests one evening when suddenly the idea popped into her head: why not replace the legs completely? Then she remembered the Rustic Industrial Hutch which I recently built for her, and the inspiration was complete.
We had a great time working on this project together, and since Suzanne was there to help me out, I got lots of pictures. Here's how we did it.
Each leg is made from plumbing parts: two flanges and a pre-threaded length of blackpipe. I bought these pieces as-is from the local hardware store and simply twisted the flanges onto the pipe.
We also added felt pads to the bottoms so the legs wouldn't scratch the floor.
This was a very rewarding project for such a minimal investment of hardware.
If you've got a simple furniture repair that can be done onsite, I'll be glad to discuss it with you. Give me a call today to get started.