The AS-DN-13 wooden legs for furniture sizes are diameter of 80 mm, height of 100 mm.
The wood feet for furniture are made of beech.
These bun feet for furniture andmany kind of armchair legs, wooden sofa legs made of wood are available in a wide range from the Naturtrend. Our turned wood feet for furniture products are suitable companions for traditional and modern furniture.
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The wood feet furniture which we offer at Naturtrend online shop may apply in many ways. If you are planning to refurbish furniture DIY or make new furniture in periodic style, you can choose from a selection of wood feet for furniture that are suitable for replace turned wooden sofa legs, feet for couches or other bun feet for furniture. Even periodic furniture, and will fit perfectly with your existing furniture.
We offer this turned vase-shaped cake base product from beech wood.
This beautiful piece of furniture made of wood is somewhat reminiscent of Victorian times, under the spell of the unique culture of the bourgeoisie. The hall was decorated with furniture made of selected wood with shellac surface treatment as a feature of the age. The goal was to create a comfortable living space, with a strong emphasis on the quality of carpentry work. The style is more puritanical. Although columns and balls were used in the design of the furniture, but no longer because of the supporting role, the base of the furniture was the same as the material of the furniture. To emphasize comfort, the furniture was often placed on bun feet for furniture.
With its modern and adaptive forms, these armchair legs, wooden sofa legs can of course not only be with Victorian furniture, but can accompany any style.
If you need help with your decision, take a look at Naturtrend's offer and find the best turned bun feet for furniture and replacement bed legs for your furniture style. We only offer products made from natural ingredients. Natural beauty for sustainability.
Leg styles are key not only to the appearance and functionality of pieces, but they can also be used to successfully identify many types of antique furniture.