70s Chair Ends

$600 USD

SKU: G05CE70MB1-2

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70s chair ends

The 70s chair ends allow you to make a chair, sofa or coffee table that adds a touch of nostalgia to any space, while serving as a great conversation starter. This versatile kit is a DIY enthusiasts dream, allows you to easily create a built-in table by extending the length of your lumber. Complete the look by adding the 70's coffee table that seamlessly fits the aesthetic. With this kit, you can create a cozy and stylish setting that will surely make lasting memories.


• Be sure to build your kit where you plan to leave it as we do not recommend trying to move the kit once built due to its total weight once built. 
• Should you wish to go beyond 7 ft. please see the individual 70's Middle Bracket. We recommend adding one for every 7 ft.
• Use between 8 - 10 pieces of 4x4 lumber for the chair ends to complete the look!

Toja Tip: When measuring the length to cut your wood for your cushion measure the width of the base cushion(s) and add 1.5" to the total width of the base cushion(s), plus 7" for the wood resting in the brackets.


  • 2x Chair End Frames 
  • #12 x 1-1/2” Pan Rob/Phil combo drive 304 S.S Wood screws with Black plastic head caps


  • Wood
    Shipping wood is costly. Most of the population has access to stores that sell wood locally where they live. Buying your lumber allows you the freedom to select the type of wood you want to use for your build and budget. There are also regional limitations for what kind of lumber is ideal for your build; different species of lumber would be used in tropical climate vs. a cold one.

- 12-gauge Canadian Steel
- Canadian Made Brackets
- Weather-Ready: Coated in weather-resistant materials
- Laser-cut, bent, and welded
- All hardware, to secure to lumber, is included
- Packaged with #12x1-1/2” Pan Rob/Phil combo drive 304 S.S Wood screws with black plastic head caps
- 5-year limited warranty


We recommend taking a bracket with you when you purchase your wood to test fit.

Our 4x4 brackets accommodate dressed lumber, commonly called 4x4’s at local building supplies. The actual measure is 3.5x3.5”.

Hardware to secure to wood is included.
Additional screws are available for purchase