Hand Welded Steel Frame
Complete Bases Or Legs
Bar or Table Height
Powder Coated Finish
Legs & Bases For Tables, Bars & Desks
Each piece is built by hand right here in North Texas. I use North American steel, welded by hand then powder coated right here in McKinney, Texas, by a local powder coating shop with decades of experience.
You chooses the style, tell me the dimensions, and I make your custom leg set or table base. Have a random photo from Pinterest, no problem, we can make it happen.
Reach out and let me know what you’ve got in mind and I’ll give you a quote and estimated delivery time with no obligation.
Most leg sets are a couple hundred dollars and table bases range between $300-$500 depending on your needs.
100% North American Steel Frame, Welded By Hand
Powder Coat Finish With A Variety Of Color Options
Custom Styles and Sizes Available
We Regularly Work With Other Makers Providing Legs & Bases - Not Just For End Users!
Let me know what you're interested in!
Made in Allen, Texas
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you build me something I saw online, even if I only have a picture or drawing?
Aboslutely! I’ve made a number of pieces based on pictures and they’ve turned out great! There are so many cool ideas out there online, if you see something you like, reach out below and I can give you a custom quote.
Can you deliver large pieces or install them if they require installation?
Yes/it depends. If you’re fairly close to Allen, TX, I’ll often deliver with no additional cost. If you live farther away, let’s talk! Even large items can be shipped and I don’t mark up shipping costs. If it needs to be delivered, I have a 16′ trailer and depending on how far you are, we can coordinate delivery and installation.
Why is live edge more expensive?
Live edge pieces are more expensive for a few reasons. 1) There will only be one piece of live edge wood exactly like it. Dimensions and grain are all unique. 2) While it’s easy for large manufacturers to create traditional lumber in bulk, it’s more challenging to create live edge pieces. 3) The demand is high, raising the price of the raw materials. 4) The process to finish a live edge piece of lumber is much more labor intensive.