Best Furniture Legs in 2020



AECOJOY 16" Black Hairpin Legs, 3/8" Diameter, Set for 4 Heavy Duty 2 Rods Table Legs, for DIY Desk, Stand, Bench Review:


They're great for the price and function as intended. I had a bit of wooden countertop left over that I purchased from Ikea to turn into a PC desk and used these to make a small stand for a beverage refrigerator and they've held the weight with no issues so far. I cleaned up the edges of the scrap wood I had left over with a router, stained it black by using the vinegar and steel wool method then sealed it and screwed these to the bottom and It looks great. They're about the right height for a coffee table though Id personally find legs that are a tad bit higher if the wood you're using isn't all that thick.



SMARTSTANDARD 16" Hairpin Legs, for Coffee Table, Bench, 2 Rods of 3/8" Heavy Duty Steel, Set of 4 Black Pcs Review:


I needed sturdy legs to make an accent table from a slice out of a wooden telephone pole. The piece of pole weighs about 40 pounds so needed something sturdy. These were easy to attach. I did use 3 inch wood screws rather than the ones supplied with the legs. We put a screw into every hole available (7 per leg) as we wanted it to be secure. I really like the way it turned out. I will note the little rubber feet did not stay, so I glued them on with Gorilla super glue. That did the trick. As a side note, this is for my son for a house warming gift. My son is an EMT Firefighter and was involved in a traffic accident while on an emergency call. He hit and broke this pole with the emergency response SUV he was driving. Everyone please watch for emergency vehicles when driving. He was severely injured in this accident because someone turned in front him even though his lights and sirens were on. OK...rant over!



Elicit 16" Heavy Duty Hairpin Coffee Table Legs (Set of 4), 3/8" Thick, Black Review:


We used the legs to make a coffee table out of a large cigar box (15×35). It came out quite lovely. I'm not near it to take a picture at the moment but I will try to add one later if I can. We looked at many different sets of legs and decided on these. The only thing we wished it had come with is the rubber or plastic cups to help protect the floor.



Project Patio 1-1/2" Deluxe Wrought Iron Outdoor Patio Furniture Glide Protectors for Table and Chair Feet (16 Pack - Black) Review:


I don't typically gush over a product, and certainly not over patio furniture glider cups, but these are an exception! I had some trepidation after reading some reviews detailing issues with fit, but once I saw the actual cup insert, I figured out a quick way for installation. True - all wrought iron furniture feet aren't the same, but most are pretty standard, so this method should work. I used a pair of adjustable pliers - the kind you wiggle the handles to make the grip part wider. I then set the glider foot partially in on one side and then snugged in the other side by gently squeezing with the pliers. Because the glider cup's top edge that fits into the interior is beveled, the plastic easily snaps into the foot with minimal pressure. Even with the help of my puppy with her inquisitive nose, inspecting each foot as I went, all 24 glider cups were installed in about 15 minutes. By the way, to get the old white cups out, I used that metal cork screw you find in wine bottle openers, stuck it in the hole and popped those right out. Guess since I already have the opener out, it's time to get a glass of wine and go sit on the deck! :)



TE DEUM 28" Satin Black Hairpin Coffee Table Legs(Set of 4),1/2" Diameter Review:


We had a couple of live cut cross sections from some 70 year old trees near our house that we intended to do something with. Finally got around to it and sanded them down, stained them, and slapped some poly on them but didn't feel like making legs so we bought these.

Can't beat the price and they get the job done. I've got five more cross sections so we'll be picking up some more of these and giving them away as presents to family in the future, so we'll be buying them again.

Didn't use them for finished, planed wood. Results may vary. For that price even if they came uneven I'm sure we'd just use some shims to even them out.



TE DEUM 6 inch Satin Black Hairpin Coffee Table Legs(Set of 4), Metal Heavy Duty Mid-Century Modern Review:


We had a couple of live cut cross sections from some 70 year old trees near our house that we intended to do something with. Finally got around to it and sanded them down, stained them, and slapped some poly on them but didn't feel like making legs so we bought these.

Can't beat the price and they get the job done. I've got five more cross sections so we'll be picking up some more of these and giving them away as presents to family in the future, so we'll be buying them again.

Didn't use them for finished, planed wood. Results may vary. For that price even if they came uneven I'm sure we'd just use some shims to even them out.



SMARTSTANDARD 28" Heavy Duty Hairpin Coffee Table (Black) 1/2" Thick Set of Four (Legs x 4), 28 Inch 4PCS Review:


I needed sturdy legs to make an accent table from a slice out of a wooden telephone pole. The piece of pole weighs about 40 pounds so needed something sturdy. These were easy to attach. I did use 3 inch wood screws rather than the ones supplied with the legs. We put a screw into every hole available (7 per leg) as we wanted it to be secure. I really like the way it turned out. I will note the little rubber feet did not stay, so I glued them on with Gorilla super glue. That did the trick. As a side note, this is for my son for a house warming gift. My son is an EMT Firefighter and was involved in a traffic accident while on an emergency call. He hit and broke this pole with the emergency response SUV he was driving. Everyone please watch for emergency vehicles when driving. He was severely injured in this accident because someone turned in front him even though his lights and sirens were on. OK...rant over!



Signstek 28" Hairpin Table Legs with Heavy Duty Metal and Industrial Design for Coffee Tables, Modern Desks and Night Stands,Set of 4 Review:


I made myself a new work/computer table, and used these legs. For those hesitant about how sturdy these legs are, I have no doubt about the rated 350 lbs. My table is 115 lbs., and it is solid. No issues with stability.

The two issues I have with them are:
1. The "feet" area had chips on the bottom where the black paint had been removed. I'm not sure if these were used legs (I did not purchase a used set), or if they all come like that. No one will ever see them, so it's not that big of a deal.
2. It's difficult to screw the inside two screws into the legs, as the legs themselves get in the way of any standard sized screwdriver. I had to use both hands to push down and grip the screwdriver so I could screw them in, and that was after drilling pilot holes.

Overall, satisfied, but quality control with the paint could be improved.



Rok Hardware 4 Pack Heavy Duty 8000 LB Capacity Adjustable Furniture Leg Leveler Review:


Bought these to level out a new workbench I built for my basement

I get thrilled by the little things

Came with 24x steel screws (you only need 20x) and the brackets themselves are very sturdy. Normally I end up running to Lowes to drop an extra $5 on steel screws for something like this.

There are no locking nuts, but I'm not sure you'd need them. It'd take some effort to adjust these unintentionally. I was originally concerned, but my bench is ~100lbs unloaded, and sliding it in an out didn't seem to change anything. This could be partially due to the how the head of the foot is attached to the adjustment bolt with a lipped flange (probably not the best term) that fits around the end of the bolt. It keeps the actual foot flexible with no real attachment to the bolt which in effect would make it difficult to inadvertently adjust the bolt. I'm sure it could happen, but I don't see a concern unless you're moving something very heavy where serious amounts of friction is created, but if that were the case I'd be more concerned about destroying the coating on the foot.



Anwenk Leg Mounting Plates, Furniture Leg Attachment Plates Industrial Strength T-Plate 5/16" (M8) Sofa Legs with Hanger Bolts,Screws,Strengthen Weak Furniture Repair Damaged Sofa Couch Seat,Set of 4 Review:


Haven't used them yet as I am still in the process of building a couple of end tables. I expect they'll work fine as the tables are relatively light-weight, not nearly as heavy as a couch. Nice that the mounting plates come with a complete set of hardware. I especially like that the design does NOT use weld nuts since I've seen examples of poorly attached weld nuts. It's a major failure if the nut breaks loose. I like that the threads on these mounting brackets are completely integral to the mounting plate. The threaded area on these brackets is formed and then tapped so no nuts to break loose. Looking forward to installing them.