seating P1010578+(600+x+450)-771432

Published on April 23rd, 2010 | by Jules Yap


Tullsta’s new legs

Materials: Tullsta, old chair base

Description: The back legs on the Tullsta chair quickly began to weaken and threatened to break if someone sat down too quickly.  We had an old rocking chair from the 70′s; orange, worn and ugly. But I was very lucky because it had an excellent base which was easily mounted to the bottom of the Tullsta with eight lag bolts.  Then, it was just a question of moving the spider further back to achieve perfect balance.

~ Colin

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