This awesome dinette set circa 1980’s manufactured by the Daystrom Furniture Company is simply wonderful. Consisting of a simple one-inch chrome tube base of four vertical legs encircled with two chrome tube one-inch diameter rings with a 41.5-inch diameter ½ inch glass top; and four arched top one-inch chrome tube framed chairs each with a natural wicker back insert and upholstered seats. The upholstery is a warm and wonderful russet orange and has a slight ribbed pattern like a wide wale corduroy.
Daystrom Company was founded in Olean, NY in 1934 manufacturing metal ashtrays and in 1938 began producing chromium kitchen furniture. Then in 1962 Daystrom moved to South Boston becoming the Daystrom Furniture Company. Daystrom’s casual dining furniture was designed by an in-house design department headed by Ted Van Benschoten. They changed ownership many times and ceased operations in 1996. This set is in wonderful vintage condition.
There is some wear to the chrome on the chairs here and there (see photos) but the wicker and upholstery is in beautiful shape. Make it yours!