Try The Salvation Army.
I so very much want a farmhouse table! I have pinned some that honestly make me drool!
I see plans all over blogerland on how to build one .. but they all use 4x4's for the legs. I was really hoping for some nice curvy legs. I looked around on line and found several places you can buy them like Rockler but almost 35 bucks EACH was a total deal breaker! I know $140 (plus shipping!) for legs is not bad, the wood for the top is going to cost me around $60 so I would still have my great table for around $250 after paint and stain. Even so I could not bring myself to order legs...
I have keep my eyes open at my local thrift stores .. and today on a whim I stopped in and spotted this!
The guys at the store were kind enough to put it in my van, and since its heavy I felt that asking them to stop and pose for a blog picture was
completely understandable unnecessary. The table was wobbly, the top was pretty beat up and it has a hidden leaf that should open up when the table is pulled apart. Since I just wanted the legs all of that was ok!
And since it was super heavy I could not get it out of my minivan! So I took it apart in the van!!
The legs were each only attached with these 2 bolts. The table wobbled because the bolts were loose so I actually did not even need tools! After I had my 4 legs I backed the van down my driveway and drug the top out and dropped it on the curb for garbage day! Work smarter, not harder.
They are perfect. Just what I wanted! I plan on painting them glossy white and staining the table top a rich deep walnut with lots and lots of satin finish polyurethane. I cant wait until its nice enough outside to sand and paint and leave a project to sit without the fear of rain. Welcome to Buffalo.
Oh .. and the price??? Just $50 bucks. For just slightly more then the cost of 1 leg online I scored all 4. $12.50 a leg. At that price I did not feel bad about throwing away the top either!
And of course I will post when the table is done!