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Hairpin Legs: Vibrant Minimalism

Posted on Feb 22, 2017 by

In true example of form meeting function, the hairpin leg was first developed in 1941. Now, over 70 years later this minimalist trend is just as popular, admired equally by those who live in industrial style spaces as with those who don’t.

Remaining as one of the most searched for items on the Warehouse Home blog, we’ve turned to bespoke furniture manufacturers Rigg to show you their latest designs using hairpin legs. High and low these vibrant tables quickly freshen up a tired interior scheme.

Flote round hairpin leg coffee table, £420, Rigg

We've turned to bespoke furniture manufacturers Rigg to show you their latest designs using hairpin legs

We’ve turned to bespoke furniture manufacturers Rigg to show you their latest designs using hairpin legs
Image via Rigg

High and low these vibrant tables quickly freshen up a tired interior scheme

High and low these vibrant tables quickly freshen up a tired interior scheme
Image via Rigg

Round hairpin dining table, £440, Rigg

First developed in 1941 this minimalist trend is as popular as ever

First developed in 1941 this minimalist trend is as popular as ever
Image via Rigg

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