Wooden chair leg replacement

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I would like to know where to buy wooden legs to replace broken and damaged ones for the chair in the attached photo. Any ideas?
q chair leg replacement, furniture repair, painted furniture
q chair leg replacement, furniture repair, painted furniture
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jan 10, 2016
    Try Homedepot.com or lowes first.If they do not have it possibly a Lumber yard.

    • Patti Patti on Jan 10, 2016
      @Janet Pizaro Thank you for your answer. I will take your advice.

  • Kathy Bitzan Kathy Bitzan on Jan 10, 2016
    Check the good will you might find a chair you could use for parts.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jan 10, 2016
    Your welcome

  • Ramona Lundrigan Sturge Ramona Lundrigan Sturge on Jan 11, 2016
    go to a habitat for humanity store and buy an old chair with sturdy legs and replace them to your chair ...glue and clamps are needed..try gorilla glue it is the best

    • Patti Patti on Jan 11, 2016
      @Ramona Lundrigan Sturge Thank you for that idea. A store is just a couple miles from me so I will look there.

  • Pauliegirl1 Pauliegirl1 on Jan 11, 2016
    It looks to me that only the front of the chair has decorative dowels?? Just buy another "plain" dowel the same size, cut to length you need....you will have to get the "broken" pieces out of the holes and PROBABLY sand the ends so they fit, glue in exsisting clean holes and your done....or if it is decorative there is a website craftparts.com that has decorative dowels, and many more websites online....you will have to search. And they are cheap....like under a dollar a piece...Good Luck!!

  • Robbie Sanders Robbie Sanders on Jan 12, 2016
    Have u tried removing a leg n taking it to the local lumber company, they might know someone with a lathe who could turn a perfect match. Or try looking at stair spindles. Simebofvthem maybe sturdy enough to use as chair legs. Jumping out of the box n let ur imagination take over.

    • Patti Patti on Jan 12, 2016
      @Thank You, Robbie Sanders We are going to try to remove one of each. They are very tightly glued.

  • Helen Helen on Jan 12, 2016
    If all else fails, Home Depot store and online carries a variety of table/chair legs

  • Robbie Sanders Robbie Sanders on Jan 12, 2016
    U might try heating the leg where it's glued, using a hair dryer, this may help in getting it out.

    • Patti Patti on Jan 12, 2016
      @Robbie Sanders Sounds like words of experience. Thank you.