We are excited to announce the completion of our Chromcraft set. Bill and John from B&T Upholstery did a fantastic job and we couldn’t be happier. Here are a couple of earlier posts where I wrote about this sets transformation (update 1, update 2).
We were a little nervous about our fabric choice but now that the set is finished we really dig it.
The accessories look soo good with this set.
John did a fantastic job keeping the pattern lined up.
Even the Witco’s look great with it!
Of course you need more decorative glass.
I am surprised how comfortable these are. Bill used heavy duty foam to give the cushions more durability.
This will be a great area to hang out in and watch TV. I love decorating in a different style and era than I am accustom to.
I really dig the blue/green color combo of the lamps.
I am almost 6ft tall and I can actually lay down on this couch and fit!
On to the next post!
Can you please tell me if you have a picture of the different etagere types that you sold in the 60s & 70s. We had four, 3 were the basic 5 shelves & the one I need in particular had a shelve on top of an enclosed desk type part in the center that opened with a door that came down with two circular chrome rings & then shelves in the bottom. We had a connecting piece on which our TV sat with the two Chromecraft etageres on either side. Can you please help us with some information on those. My phone is 305-233-9898 & email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Many thanks.
Sorry, I’m not familiar with the pieces you’re referring to. These are the only Chromcraft pieces we have in our home.
I live in Eugene, Oregon and recently found two of these sofas at a garage sale. I’d like to sell them, either as is, or find a place who can restore them and then sell them. Any chance you are interested?
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