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Adding a contrasting foot to a table leg is a great way to add some pizzaz to your design. An inlaid foot leaves a much stronger leg than a foot that is added separately, and it is not hard to do. A foot with the top line parallel to the floor is the place to start. Then you can get jazzy and angle the top line of the feet.
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