Something fresh for Craftsman-era kitchens. This slender island or vanity leg fuses European and Japanese elements into a distinctly American kitchen leg. The flared leg shape features a stable base at the bottom while two sides taper upward into a subtle, curving overhang. This leg is named in honor of Charles Limbert, Craftsman designer and contemporary to Gustav Stickley. Broadly Arts and Crafts, and similar to the designs of Stickley, but with curves! Scaled for tops within the ¾ to 1'' range. Unfinished, sanded with 180-grit paper. Choose your finish.
NOTE: Always prepare your components properly: Before using paint, stain or varnish with your project, carefully inspect each component and prepare it to achieve the desired outcome.
Need more than table legs? Upgrade to a table base, add a solid hardwood table top, or buy as a complete finished or unfinished table.