Wooden Breakfast Bar Legs
Manufacturers of Custom-Made Breakfast Bar and Worktop Support Legs
Introducing our Breakfast Bar Legs, specially designed for breakfast bars and kitchen islands. These furniture legs are customised to meet the specific needs of raised countertops and bar areas, offering both style and support.
Crafted with precision, our Solid Wooden Breakfast Bar Legs are available in three fine timbers: Solid European Oak, Solid European Beech, and Solid Pine. We take pride in using only a single piece of kiln-dried natural timber, without any laminations. This ensures the beauty and integrity of the wood are preserved. Our range includes Square legs in sizes of 56mm, 70mm, and 85mm, as well as Cylinder legs with a diameter of 60mm, offering various options to suit your preferences.
To accommodate the diverse requirements of our customers, all our legs are made-to-order. These versatile breakfast bar legs are also commonly used as table legs, adding a touch of elegance to any setting.
For easy installation, we have attached an M8 x 15mm Threaded Bar at the top of each leg. Additionally, we provide a selection of fixing plates designed to fit different applications.
Flexibility is key, which is why we offer the option to customize the height of our Breakfast Bar Legs. Simply request your desired height, and our state-of-the-art digital cutting equipment will ensure a perfect fit. Alternatively, you can order legs slightly larger and cut them to size on site. If needed, we can also integrate a tilting adjustable levelling foot at the base of the leg upon request.
Not only ideal for breakfast bars, these legs can also be used as table legs. They complement a variety of worktop materials, including wood, quartz, marble, and granite.
To provide you with convenience and creative freedom, all our legs are supplied sanded and ready to finish. This allows you to effortlessly match or contrast them with your existing furniture or joinery.
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FAQs Breakfast Bar Legs
What are Breakfast Bar Legs?+ -
Breakfast Bar Legs are furniture legs specifically designed for use with breakfast bars or kitchen islands. They are taller than regular furniture legs and provide support for raised countertops or bar areas.
What materials are your Breakfast Bar Legs made from?+ -
Our Breakfast Bar Legs are crafted from solid wooden materials. We offer three timber options: Solid European Oak, Solid European Beech, and Solid Pine.
Are the legs made from laminated wood?+ -
No, our Breakfast Bar Legs are made from a single piece of beautiful kiln-dried natural timber. We do not use laminations, ensuring the integrity and beauty of the wood.
What sizes and shapes are available for the legs?+ -
We offer both Square legs, available in sizes of 56mm, 70mm, and 85mm, and Cylinder legs with a diameter of 60mm. This allows you to choose the size and shape that best suits your requirements.
Can these legs be used as table legs?+ -
Yes, our Breakfast Bar Legs are versatile and can be used as table legs as well. They add a touch of elegance to wooden, quartz, and natural stone worktops such as marble and granite.
Are the legs customizable to a specific height?+ -
Absolutely! We can cut our Breakfast Bar Legs to any specified height upon request using our digital cutting equipment. Alternatively, you can order legs slightly larger and cut them to size on site.
Do the legs come with any installation attachments?+ -
Yes, we have attached an M8 x 15mm Threaded Bar at the top of each leg to facilitate easy attachment. We also offer a range of fixing plates to suit different applications.
Can the legs be leveled on uneven surfaces?+ -
Certainly! Upon request, we can integrate a tilting adjustable leveling foot on the base of the leg. This allows you to achieve stability and balance, even on uneven surfaces.
How are the legs supplied?+ -
Our legs are supplied sanded and ready to finish. This gives you the flexibility to match or contrast them with your existing furniture or joinery. We hope these FAQs provide you with the information you need. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us.