Furniture legs wooden
16 in. Wood Round Taper Table Leg is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 3 out of 5 by DIYerYaIam from When I read the product description included self leveling foot hardware, I expected a threaded f... When I read the product description included self leveling foot hardware, I expected a threaded foot that could go up or down to level the table these legs get attached too. Instead, the feet merely have a bevel or swivel feature so they can tilt slightly in the same vertical position. I would clarify that description. Otherwise a fine product.Rated 4 out of 5 by DH from Mid Century Furniture Legs Legs are sturdy and there are several sizes to choose from. Great look for mid century furniture. The legs were a little scratched up but we will be sanding them anyway. Rated 2 out of 5 by Nick from You never know what you'll get Great legs except that you're never guaranteed what type of wood you'll get. It could be oak, could be some kind of maple, could be something else entirely, and if you're ordering online there's simply no knowing which ones they'll send you. The oak ones (at least I think it's oak) are great, they're sturdy and take stain well. The others are the complete opposite, they're impossible to stain evenly, and because they're made of softer wood they often arrive with nicks and dents just from rattling around with other legs in the box. I suppose they're fine if you wanted to paint them or leave them unfinished, otherwise I'd say it's a bit of a toss up. Rated 5 out of 5 by Dee from Product was great all legs were uniform and painted well I built two night stands for my daughters new home . The legs look great and are very sturdy. If your into the mid century modern look these legs have endless possibilities! Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous from Poor detail quality Bought these legs for a vintage record player. The swivel feet at the bottom are purely cosmetic and do not actually swivel flat if the legs are set at an angle. The swivel bottoms are cheap as well, with plastic pads that were not even close to being glued on straight. The worst part is the studs at the top of the leg to screw these into your table-mounts were not even close to being centered and were at slight angles to the center line of the legs. So when you screw these in the legs oscillate in oval patterns. When they finally tighten the feet of each leg is in a completely different place. One of the mounting studs was so far off center the leg would not even mount in the bracket. I had to remove the stud and fill the hole with glue and a wooden dowel of the same diameter then re-drill a new hole on center for the stud. The dumb thing is I re-drilled the hole with nothing but a drill bit and hand drill and I got the new hole-stud straighter and more on center then any of the 4 legs purchased. These legs are CHEAP junk but the ONLY thing out there available at the time. So if you need some of these you have to buy em but be warned the quality is very bad. Rated 4 out of 5 by SteveVA from Nice legs for the price It is hard to make a round tapered leg in the average home workshop so I purchased these for a mid-century side table my wife wanted in the nursery. The legs were put in a box with the brackets with no packaging whatsoever. One leg was a little dinged from shipment. They need to be lightly-sanded before painting or staining. The project ended up coming out great. Rated 5 out of 5 by ibuiltthis from Nice legs Legs are as you would expect them to be. Take stain well. Just remember to get the brackets they attach to. I foolishly thought they were included. Rated 5 out of 5 by jesagu624 from Perfect fit!