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I love the clean, classic lines of IKEA’s Ekero chair, but that affection doesn’t extend to the steel legs that came with it. I went on a quest to replace IKEA legs, and here’s what I found.
For handcrafted legs that fit Ekero, Ektorp, Klippan, and other IKEA lines, check out the Thirteen Colonies store on Etsy; the shop is based in Vermont, USA. Be sure to specify what line of furniture you’re buying the legs for. The shop owner needs to use particular bolts to match your piece of furniture. I bought the Danbury legs in kona brown. They have a clean midcentury style that makes the chair look like a higher-end furnishing:
I was very pleased with quality of the legs, and they fit well.
There are other sources for IKEA replacement legs you can check out, too:
- Amazon sells several replacement legs that work with some IKEA furniture lines.
- Prettypegs, based in Stockholm, offers a variety of legs.
- Uncle Bob’s Workshop makes replacement legs for Karlanda, Karlstad, Kivik, and other IKEA lines.
Have you replaced legs on your IKEA furniture? Share your experience in the comments.