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How to choose right hairpin leg height for your furniture project?

People like to expressing their Unique thinking of life and pursuit of happiness life through Home DIY and furniture design , it not only tons of fun, but also benficial family.

As a lot of requests on how to choose the right height hapirpin legs for their projects, Here are the five most common: coffee tables, benches, side tables,dinning tables and counter/bar.

Hope it will help you!

Hairpin legs for coffee tables - 12"/16"

Always we put drinks, food, books even feet on the coffee tables, if we want to be able to eat on the edge of the couch, the best choice is to have the coffee table about equal to the height of the seat cushions on the couch.

Coffee tables tops generally sit about 12-16 inches above the ground.The most common height for coffee table is 14", reduce the height of the table top, you can just use the 12" hairpin legs from us.

Our table legs are all 1/2" in diameter, the 2rod legs can hold above 350lbs, and the 3rod legs can hold above 450lbs.

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Hairpin legs for benches - 16"

Bench is a good choice when the space is limited, and it also alow to sit more people when we are having meal.

Most benches are 16 inches height. 2 rods is for up to 3 people, 3 rods is for up to 6 people.

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Hairpin legs for side tables - 18"

The most common height for side tables is 20". Side tables are always next to your sofa or bed, then is is convenient for you to put things on it. Or you could measure the distance between where the table leg will be mounted and the top of the table. Subtract the thickness of the table top from the total height to get the height leg you need.

We would suggest the 1/2″ version in 2 rods and it will hold up to and above 450lbs.

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Hairpin legs for dinning tables - 28"

The standard height for a dining table is 30”, use 28” legs with a 2” table top. It also fit most dinning chairs. We suggest using he 1/2" diameter 2 rod for rigidity or the 3 Rod hairpin legs for the most strength and rigidity which is required for tables, suitable for 450lbs or more.

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Hairpin legs for counter/bar - 34"

Want to make your own counter or bar for kitchen? We recommend you to choose the 3 rod 34″ metal furniture hairpin legs, 12mm-1/2″ legs give you the stiffness required for working or eating on the table. Over 450lbs capicity legs can comfortablely work for your over 130lb tables.

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