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Atomic dreams are made of Kroheler — and if you’re in pursuit of vintage Kroehler furniture, Chairish is the place where dreams come true! Shop with us to discover a treasure trove of Kroehler vintage furniture. From accent chairs to credenzas and sofa sets, our collection spans the spectrum, making it easy for you to find the perfect piece. Shop the pieces that put Kroehler on the map in the 1950s and 1960s, including their mod slipper chairs, modular sofas with built-in tables, and case pieces featuring bow tie details. Explore designs that the brand designed in partnership with MCM A-lister Adrian Pearsall, including a wide selection of his colorful sofas and chairs, Whether you’re a die-hard Kroehler fan, or you’re simply looking for affordable designs that evoke the spirit of costly designers like Edward Wormley and Harvey Probber, our selection is sure to deliver. Use our 50+ filters to make the shopping experience even easier. Apply color filters to quickly identify pieces like red or blue Kroehler chairs, as well as designs that fall outside of the modernist box, including the brand’s historic revival styles.

Frequently Asked Questions

When was Kroehler furniture founded?

Kroehler Manufacturing Company was founded in 1902 in Naperville, Illinois. The company began by producing upholstered furniture and quickly became one of the largest furniture manufacturers in the United States.

How do I know if my vintage furniture is valuable?

To determine if your vintage furniture is valuable, look for identifying marks such as labels, stamps, or tags that indicate the manufacturer and date of production. Furniture made by well-known manufacturers, such as Kroehler, and pieces that are in excellent condition or feature unique designs are more likely to be valuable.

When did Kroehler stop making furniture?

Kroehler Manufacturing Company ceased operations in 1981 due to financial difficulties. Although the company no longer produces furniture, vintage Kroehler pieces remain popular among collectors and enthusiasts of mid-century modern design.