One of the things on my looong list of DIY projects I have at the moment is a monitor stand, and I’ve spent the last week or so browsing different options for furniture legs I can use for it. There are tons of great resources out there for furniture legs, whether they are full-sized dining table legs, shorter side table legs, or smaller pegs for couches, chairs, and, in my case, monitor stands. I’ll share my new monitor stand soon, but in the meantime, here are a few table leg resources for you to browse for your own DIY project inspiration! (This post may contain affiliate links. Thanks for supporting my blog!)
I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention table legs from Ikea right off the bat. You can mix and match many of the table tops and legs, but you can also use the legs for other projects. The Ikea Capita legs (buy on Amazon here) are a shorter option and are great for raising furniture a few inches or for your shorter DIY projects like monitor stands. I recently bought the Stubbarp legs in white for my DIY monitor stand, and they were a bargain at $18 for all four.
I love the Hilver cone-shaped bamboo leg…I *almost* got them for my desk, but I ultimately decided that the Finnvard trestles would provide the most stability for my sewing machine, and I love them (and they are actually here on Amazon in the Beech finish, which is great because the only thing that sucks about Ikea is their crappy delivery policy). You can catch a peek at the Ikea Finnvard trestles on my desk here:
Photos c/o Ikea