Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Hairy Legs...

I mean, HairPIN legs....much cuter than hairy legs! 

I wanted to share my source for the hairpin legs I used for my map drawer redo because I loved them and feel like they are really affordable compared to others I found.

Here's a reminder of my map drawer project and the pretty hairpin legs I used:

I got them from an ebay shop http://www.ebay.com/sch/nina_lynne/m.html  She can do custom sizes too which is so fabulous in case you have a specific size you want that is not listed.  That's what I did for the map drawer project.  They came quickly and were sooooooo easy to attach.  I will definitely be using her again.  Here is a little inspiration in case you love these as much as I do! 

I think I want to do this next!  Get a piece of scrap wood, in this case an old joist from a scrap yard, and simply attach some legs!  Such character!  This was the only picture of the finished product.  Not sure what to think about the dog ;)  But love the console table!

Photobombed! (by ann-dabney)

barn diy iteration

The ebay store I bought mine from do not come in gold like this drool worthy card catalog but I think you could easily use my fave Rub n Buff and transform them that way.

Card catalog turned console table on Style by Emily Henderson

I was also thinking an old door with hairpin legs would make a cool coffee table.

Anyway!  Hope everyone had a nice long weekend!  Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Love those legs! Your map drawer table is awesome, and I'm totally in love with that console table too!

  2. i still have that old window from M&D house pre-reno. lets hair pin it! But i'm not selling so don't get any ideas....

  3. Love these hairy legs. The console table is awesome.

  4. I just ordered some of these legs! Thanks for the link! I can't wait!!!

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