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The Non-Fluted Round Bun Foot is indeed simple in appearance but the application possibilities are truly impressive. This 3" tall, 5" wide foot is a staple in furniture design. It is incredibly versatile due to its plain silhouette and will fit in with almost any interior style. The wooden foot will provide strength and durability to your project, whether you are upgrading an existing piece or building a new furnishing. Choose from a wide range of wood species including paint and stain grade options. The foot will be sanded to 150 grit and ready for you to apply your custom finish.
Not quite the size you were looking for? No worries - we offer variations of this simple foot so that you can find the best fit for your build. One larger option is the Non-Fluted Round Bun Foot (Part #4265) which has a 4 1/2" height and 5 7/8" width.
3 5/8" × 3 7/8" ×
Colonial Round Bun Foot
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Used for a bulky coffee table. Excellent profile for a heavy furniture piece. Well made.
Used product as foot for a farmhouse sink. I think anyone looking for a quality product to add that special accent to a cabinet or piece of custom furniture would be very pleased.
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I am building a kick spindles for both my wife and my daughter. One of the materials required was a large wooden foot bun. I went through an exhaustive search on the internet and your company popped on on my Google search. I found exactly what I was I looking for...or so I thought and I only say that because it had to meet the expectations of the resident crafters. One they arrived my wife asked to hold it. She lifted it up and down several times, smiled and handed it back to me and said "the weight is perfect". Now to build it! Let me know if you are interested in seeing the finished product. Fair warning, I am a novice and by no means consider myself a craftsman. A novice DIY wonk, yes, a craftsman, never.