From playful workspaces, to creative vintage revamps, to rustic dog beds. We've been following your hairpin leg creations, and we're super impressed with the results!
We're always amazed by the quality of your projects. And while we wish we could share them all, here's a short selection of our favourites this year.
This piece brings together all the things we love. A unique vintage find, repurposed with a splash of colour. What once was a record holder has found new life as a drinks cabinet, elevated on a set of bold, red hairpin legs.
This table and bench set turned many heads when we shared it earlier this year. The warmth of the copper and coolness of the concrete fuse together beautifully to create a chic, industrial feel.
Elizabeth Dot Design has a knack for breathing new life into vintage furniture. We're always excited to see her distinctive, bold but simple graphics pop up on our Instagram feed.
This slick G-plan unit, complete with tessellating grey triangles, has to be one of our favourites.
See our interview with Elizabeth from earlier this year, to find out more about her work.
Finding a nightstand can be tricky, so why not make your own? Ingrid Opstad has created this handy, minimal nightstand for her Scandi-style home. Here's how she did it.
Chunky end grain oak meets slender hairpin legs. This quirky little side table, made by Traditional Beams, brings natural beauty indoors for a rustic, midcentury aesthetic.
Storage doesn't need to be stuffy. This playful IKEA hack couples up a mint green cube (from the Bråkig collection) with a set of funky yellow hairpin legs. Loved by plants... and cats!
It's super easy to make your own. Just follow Ida's step-by-step guide.
The perfect example of a completely personalised piece of furniture, made with simple materials. Pallet wood and hairpin legs are a match made in heaven if you're looking for a simple but standout DIY project.
Reclaimed wood with a striking makeover. Wood and Broome Design makes distinctive, modern wooden furniture with reclaimed timber. This geometric table top is a striking example of his creative style.
To see more of his work, check out his Etsy shop.
The Ekby Alex shelf top was a popular IKEA hack this year. When paired with hairpin legs, the unit takes on new life as a stylish, easy-to-make console table or dresser. These tall orange hairpins are a tasteful way to elevate it with a pop of colour.
Forget 'Summer of '69'. Summer of 2018 brought the UK weeks of gorgeous sunshine. This playful entrance table summed up the mood perfectly, with it's beachy driftwood aesthetic and bright yellow hairpins.
Thank you everyone for sharing your beautiful homemade furniture :-)
If you have a project you'd like to show off to our followers, tag us @thehairpinlegco
Looking forward to see what you come up with next!