Basil Wooden Furniture Leg 10cm/4"
Must-know product information:
An exclusive design by Apartment Therapy’s Maxwell Ryan. This round wooden furniture leg comes with a pointed tip on the bottom for a touch of elegance. Playful yet refined, this contemporary sofa leg pays homage to the ornate style of Baroque furniture, but with a simplicity that’s totally Scandinavian. Available in red, grey and yellow, it’s perfect for adding a pop of colour to your armchair, bed frame or footstool.
Maxwell Ryan x Bemz by Apartment Therapy
• Solid Scandinavian birch wood
• Protective, easy-clean coating
• Felt floor protectors included
• Standard M8 screw included
• Sold individually
• 3 year guarantee
What furniture do Bemz legs fit?
As long as the furniture is fitted with an M8 screw, our replacement legs fit most IKEA models and other brands of sofa, armchair and soft furnishing. We recommend these IKEA models:
Sofas: Dagarn, Ekenäs, Härnösand, Karlsfors, Karlstad, Klippan, Klobo, Landskrona, Ljungvik, Mysinge, Norsborg, Oleby, Sandby, Säter, Skogaby, Söderhamn, Solsta, Stockholm, Tidafors, Tomelilla, Waxholm, Ystad.
Armchairs: Dagarn, Ekenäs, Karlsfors, Karlstad, Jennylund, Landskrona, Mellby, Solsta-Olarp, Söderhamn, Strandmon, Skogaby, Tullsta.
Footstools: Dagarn, Karlstad, Klippan, Landskrona, Söderhamn, Skee, Stocksund, Strandmon, Ystad.
Beds: any bed fitted with an M8 screw.
Fitting your new furniture legs
It’s easy to replace your IKEA furniture legs. Simply unscrew the old ones, then screw on the new. Check out our 2-step guide:
Need a mounting plate?
Probably not. For most IKEA sofas and armchairs, you simply have to swap the old legs for the new ones. But, for the perfect fit, some models need a universal mounting plate. Don’t worry though, because that’s easy to apply too. Take a look at our 2-step guide:
A few IKEA furniture models which require a universal mounting plate include: any bed (fitted with an M8 screw) and the Tomelilla sofa. Add a mounting plate to your order.
Keep your new furniture feet looking sleek by wiping with a damp cloth every once in a while.