Adjustable Furniture Feet
Making log and metal furniture can be one of the most fun and rewarding activities you will ever learn. Let me tell you now however, one tip I have learned while making log furniture that will save you much time and frustration, many headaches and money.
So what makes one piece of furniture stand-out and outperform others? It’s the small details that make a big difference…folks really do notice the little things. And when it comes to usability and functionality, the time it takes to add adjustable furniture feet will always pay off!
Adjustable furniture feet! Two reasons: Stability. Durability.
Logs move and twist. Even after fully curing wood has a tendency to ‘shift’. It is a natural element. It responds to changes in ambient humidity levels and can cause your furniture to become uneven, or unlevel over time. Adding adjustable feet will allow to overcome any unwanted teetering.
Welded metal legs will scratch-up just about anything they are sitting on. Hardwood flooring, tile and stone are all susceptible. Adding adjustable furniture feet to your log furniture will be one of the best decisions you make when designing your next log and steel project.
So with no further ado, here are two easy ways How-To Add Adjustable Feet to your Log Furniture.
Next, here is another example How-to quickly add feet to a log coffee table.
Mix Matched Log Table – Tap The Feet
The coffee table featured in this video was a custom-order piece. It was made from Western Red Cedar and Mahogany supplied by our customer. She specifically requested steel legs for her new log coffee table but had concerns when it came to scratching her brand new tile floor.
Not only will adjustable feet make it easy to keep just about any table firm and level, they won’t damage the tile, or just about any other types flooring.
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So don’t you forget to always…tap the feet!