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Getting A Leg Up On Furniture Design With Habit.

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People often buy new drawer pulls and cabinet handles to add some refreshing design to an otherwise boring or outdated look. So why not do the same with the legs? Habit custom legs is a great way to update a piece of furniture.

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, House of Habit's leather and adorned furniture and legs are made in Italy by the same fashion manufacturers who create products for style houses Louis Vuitton and Dior. While the hand-painted wood, the solid glass and metal legs are individually hand made in the southeastern US.

They create legs of leather, adorned with stones or crystals, solid brass, stainless steel, wood, enamel and glass available in various heights according to your needs.

Metallic leather, wood veneer and polished emblem:

Hand-adorned Swarovski crystal legs with polished emblem:

The leather and crystal adorned legs are made in Italy and use the same leather supplier as Prada. The stones and crystal are hand applied to the leathers by Sabrina (shown below):

The leather and bejewelled legs made in Italy have wood veneers and a polished brass version of the Habit emblem shown below.

The brass, stainless steel, glass, wood and high-gloss enamel legs are made individually in the United States.

Solid glass:

Solid Brass, the Genie and Bamboo styles:

Teal and red high gloss enamel:

Hand-painted wood with polished emblem and faceted stainless steel:

The following pieces of furniture with their custom legs are also available for purchase:

House Of Habit and Habit custom legs are available to the trade only. To learn more, visit their site here.
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