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Replacing Sofa Legs

Posted by Arapaho (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 12, 05 at 10:05

I am trying to raise my sofa up by 2". My current sofa legs are 6" tall that screw into the bottom of the sofa frame. I am looking for 8" replacement legs but am having trouble finding them. Do you know of a place where I can order these or I would appreciate any other suggestions on how to do this. Thank you!


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RE: Replacing Sofa Legs

Not sure what shape they are, but I bought some at Lowes. They had several different sizes. If they didn't have 8" you could by 12" and cut them down. If you need something fancier you can look at www.tablelegs.com they have all shapes and sizes.


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RE: Replacing Sofa Legs

Woodturners Incorporated make excellent quality furniture legs in a variety of styles, sizes and woods.

Here is a link that might be useful: Woodturners Incorporated


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RE: Replacing Sofa Legs

Neither one of these companies has 8" sofa legs. If you know of a vendor, please advise.


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RE: Replacing Sofa Legs

You might try tablelegs.com. We bought our island legs from them and are very pleased. The Coronet bun foot series has an 8" foot. I'll link you to their furniture feet page.

Here is a link that might be useful: furniture feet


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RE: Replacing Sofa Legs

http://chervan.com/component_pgs/legs/legleadpage.html

Unfortunately, they are B2B only, so you will have to go through an upholsterer or design center to buy them.

Here is a link that might be useful: Frank Chervan


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long sofa legs

And I would be very careful with is as you are reaching what might start to become a problem for racking. For example, don't push this sofa around, lift and carry.


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