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Ball Round Bun Foot

3″ x 3″ Part #4012 Ball Round Bun Foot
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Traditional Selection

•  Soft Maple (paintgrade) $13.13  ea
•  Red Oak $16.42  ea
•  Knotty Pine $14.46  ea
•  Cherry $20.32  ea

Premium Selection

•  Hickory $25.02  ea
•  Alder $14.33  ea
•  Hard Maple $18.47  ea
•  Mahogany $22.67  ea
•  Black Walnut $22.92  ea

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The size of this wooden ball is roughly between a baseball and a softball. It is perfectly suited for use as a decorative ornament. I actually used five of them (you know, in design they always say to use odd numbers) in a row. They were brightly painted different colors and made up the ornamentation for the headboard of my granddaughter's bed. It sort of reminded me of the old baby bed that I had as a child, with the colorful balls that I could slide up and down on a rod when I stood up in that bed. Ahh, good times. Contributed by Charles Head, Beautiful Interiors

 

Cabinet legs and feet provide a finishing touch that adds to the appeal of your space. To make a statement with kitchen cabinets, consider adding decorative cabinet legs and cabinet feet to create a furniture-like look. When added to the bottom of your cabinets to raise them up and off the floor, a soothing space for toes is created. The feel of the entire kitchen is lighter and airier with elevated cabinets. The cabinets appear more like fine furniture. Available in many different styles and configurations, cabinet legs and feet can showcase your room’s overall design theme.
 
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