Well here at Heritage we got a little bit excited the other day as we've finally got around to adding some new wooden furniture legs (sofa legs) and brass castors to our site! Our range is going to grow all the time to meet with the demand from you lovely customers. Here's a few of the items we've added and some cool ideas on how you might like to use them. As usual, we're always really interested in seeing what upholstery projects our customers have completed using the products - so feel free to send them into us at firstname.lastname@example.org Firstly, one of my particular favourites, the very cute Maisie. I love this sofa leg for it's height, the angle and the finish. It's a lovely raw oak so a bit paler than a polished or varnished oak (you could varnish, paint or spray these sofa legs to completely change the finish) and the height is a sturdy yet balanced 190mm. These little lovelies will add a great Scandi touch to any sofa or chair project. This is how it could look - smart! Image courtesy of Made.com Another lovely sofa leg we've added recently is Fearne. Carrying on our oak theme, here's a beauty! Traditional yet with a modern twist, Fearne is all about the curves. I love the way the chalice castor cup follows the lovely turning on the leg and the brushed nickel finish is a nice alternative to the more traditional brass. Sorry Next but we think that your Sofia sofa would look much better with the Fearne sofa leg - the brushed nickel would look lovely with that grey! Now this next leg might be a little bit tall for your sofa - but it is still worth a mention for your chair projects - the elegant Cleo. Standing at 320mm tall, this long sofa leg will significantly raise up your chair (or sofa). In square solid oak with a taper, it's a classy, modern shape that will suit most fabrics with it's attractive oak patina. I think this chair in a lovely vibrant blue fabric could look great with the Cleo wooden furniture leg, what do you think?