Mrs._d wrote:Above is a well worn Easlake style table. Jon recently cleaned it up and re-glued it. I've just discovered though, one leg is shorter than the others and needs a little felt pad to even it out. Aren't antiques fun? They have their own little problems--just like human beings--just like me and my unreliable knee.
Are you sure it's the table and not the floor?
I have a coat tree of my grandparents' with four feet. Whenever I move (to another old apartment or house), I have to just swivel it around in the place I want to put it until it sits without wobbling. I don't know what it would do if I put it on a flat surface. I'll probably never find out!
I dig your REAL sleigh bed (the kind with flat panels between curved end pieces are frauds!) and the trim on the bureau. No, make that everything about the bureau, including the story.