These are awesome mid-century modern chairs! Their wonderful flat-bar chromed steel is gorgeous and the seat and back seem to float between the square side frames that make up the one-piece arms and legs. Plus, the arms are padded for added comfort. One chair is a fabulous cornflower blue and the other a warm and friendly grass green. Both colors are bright and vibrant against the shine of the chrome. They are similar in style to chairs by Milo Baughman and of high-quality construction that can be compared to the Knoll Brno Chair. However, these were produced by Chromcraft Corporation of Senatobia, Mississippi.
Chromcraft was originally named American Fixture and Manufacturing Company and began business in Missouri in 1908. In 1939 they began making metal furniture. Since chrome was the material of the age they named that division Chromcraft and later incorporated it as a separate company in 1955. By 1960 needing to expand they constructed a plant in Senatobia, Mississippi. Changing hands and consolidating with other companies they remained in business until 2014. In 2015 their assets were purchased, and they once again began production. Chromcraft is best known for its fabulous mid-century dinette sets.
These great examples of Chromcraft’s style and enduring quality will make a bold statement whether you buy both and use them together or separately; or whether you just buy one. You know you want them. Make one, or both, yours.