Round nesting tables – The need to replace the leg of a table may arise because it is staggered or the leg has broken. Whatever the cause, it is necessary that you replace the leg as soon as possible, but in a simple way. Replacing the leg of a table on your own is possible without losing the style or quality of the table. Measure the length of your table legs. If you want to make the leg of a wooden table, it is likely that the other legs are still in good condition. If that is the case use tape measure to measure the dimensions of the other legs, so that you know what size should be.
Visit a wooden warehouse to find a suitable piece of wood. A large piece of wood with a thickness of 2 x 2 inches should be enough to make the leg of round nesting tables. If the first step measures indicate that thicker wood is needed, then buy it. Cut the wood with a saw and adjust the size. It is unlikely that you will find a piece of wood the same size as your table leg, so use a saw to cut wood of the required size. Alisa and then sand the wood to give it the shape that you want. A medium quality trowel will allow you to brush the wood to become thinner, and the sanding process will ensure that you get a smooth finish.
Add patterns or decorate the paw. If you have the necessary skills and experience you can add shapes to the leg using a chisel and sandpaper, or you could use oil painting to decorate it. Doing this will depend on the style of the table and the patterns on the other legs. Drill a hole in the upper leg if necessary. The table legs are attached to the round nesting tables with screws at the bottom of the table surface. If this is the case for your table, drill a hole about 1 inch (2.54 cm) in the top of the table in preparation for that step. Cover the paw with a layer of varnish to help protect and enhance your appearance. Allow the varnish to dry and harden all night before placing the paw.