Whether it's made for indoors or outdoors, it's quick cheap and easy to make your own beautiful hairpin leg planter. Our step-by-step guide will show you how.
There’s more to us than nice legs. With two stylish designs to choose from, we’re very excited to finally introduce you to our new midcentury shelf brackets.
Recently, a number of you have asked us what you can use to make a hairpin leg table.
The answer is… pretty much anything.
Here are five great examples from our talented Instagram followers, to demonstrate the many ways you can make your own.
Like a polaroid-loving hipster with a rainbow of chinos, we style our legs in a selection of colours.
Our hairpin legs have an exciting new feet-ure! (Sorry. The dad jokes will stop now.)
Introducing our new hairpin leg floor protectors. These colourful rubber feet slip neatly on the bottom of your hairpin legs – ideal to protect delicate floors, and for extra grip on slippery surfaces.
Homemade gifts – like this DIY hairpin leg stool – are the perfect saviour, cleverly disguising your disorganised approach to Christmas with a lovingly crafted piece of your own handiwork.
A well-designed chair isn’t just a piece of furniture. It’s a work of art. There are hundreds of iconic pews that deserve places in gallery exhibitions, but today we’re celebrating ten that – in our opinion – are some of the best chair designs ever made.
Adam (left) and Tom (right)
We admit it… we’re definitely better at designing than blogging, but if you forgive our occasional cluelessness, this blog will hopefully be a great resource for tips, hacks and inspirations for your projects.
But before we do that, we’ll introduce ourselves properly.