For reasons not worth bothering you with, I need to raise my dining table.
It is a simple flat oak construction with the lowest part of the 4 legs
being about 1" to 1 1/2 " in diameter. Can I buy wooden or wood look-alike
"shoes" that I can slip the legs into to raise the height of the table as
You might find plastic pipe with a suitable internal diameter. This
could be painted in an un-obtrusive colour or even given a grained
effect if you are artistic.
Alternatively you might find suitable dowel, or have a peice turned
for you, which could be attached with a double tailed screw, or
whatever you call those screws with threads at each end. If going this
way you wouldn't want to be dragging the tables around too much as
this type of fitting wouldn't take much abuse, IMHO.
Lateral thinking suggest you may be able to raise the height of the
table top by inserting something between it and the leg frame,
assuming it has a leg frame.
Paul Mc Cann
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