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Home Retro Furniture Retro Furniture Give your retro kitchen or game room a vintage-style makeover with our huge selection of diner booths, chairs and tables. All our custom diner furniture is commercial grade, made with chrome-plated steel, tough vinyl and durable laminates - and all in classic, 50s-style colors and patterns. Choose a set of tables and chairs "a la carte," or go with one of our ready-made dinette sets. And shipping is free! Just give us a call at 888-242-6633 with questions or to place your order. We're happy to help you build the vintage-style dining room you've always wanted. We also carry bar stools and cafe tables featuring your favorite brands, such as Coke, Harley-Davidson, and Ford. They're durable as well as stylish, and add a cool look to a home bar, game room or enclosed porch. You'll also find contemporary designs with sleek contours and bright colors, capturing that mid-century modern style popularized by the hit TV show Mad Men. Check out this blog on retro decorating ideas for inspiration. Dinette Sets Booth Seating Diner Furniture Retro Kitchen Diner Chairs Pub Sets Classic Bar Stools Retro Cocktail Bars


Retro Furniture Give your retro kitchen or game room a vintage-style makeover with our huge selection of diner booths, chairs and tables. All our custom diner furniture is commercial grade, made with chrome-plated steel, tough vinyl and durable laminates - and all in classic, 50s-style colors and patterns. Choose a set of tables and chairs "a la carte," or go with one of our ready-made dinette sets. And shipping is free! Just give us a call at 888-242-6633 with questions or to place your order. We're happy to help you build the vintage-style dining room you've always wanted. We also carry bar stools and cafe tables featuring your favorite brands, such as Coke, Harley-Davidson, and Ford. They're durable as well as stylish, and add a cool look to a home bar, game room or enclosed porch. You'll also find contemporary designs with sleek contours and bright colors, capturing that mid-century modern style popularized by the hit TV show Mad Men. Check out this blog on retro decorating ideas for inspiration.


Constructed of solid hardwood and boasting superior craftsmanship over every inch, the classic Vintage Beach Oval Dining Room Table Set is a sturdy collection built for generations. This retro dining set's thick, heavy table top is perfect for today's tough living but displays a light lovely multi-step finish with russet tops and Almond bases for easy decorating. The table features a traditional trestle base that easily accommodates the chairs and and a self-storing, metal-gear butterfly leaf for ease of use. Slat back, school house chairs built strong and heavy with a great lumbar curve provide comfortable dining for all sizes.


Constructed of solid hardwood and boasting superior craftsmanship over every inch, the classic Vintage Beach Oval Dining Room Table Set is a sturdy collection built for generations. This retro dining set's thick, heavy table top is perfect for today's tough living but displays a light lovely multi-step finish with russet tops and Almond bases for easy decorating. The table features a traditional trestle base that easily accommodates the chairs and and a self-storing, metal-gear butterfly leaf for ease of use. Slat back, school house chairs built strong and heavy with a great lumbar curve provide comfortable dining for all sizes.Design FeaturesTableBeautiful wood grain table topChairsNapoleon-styleSlat back, curved designConstructionSolid HardwoodFinishMulti-step finish with russet tops and almond bases


In full disclosure, a farmhouse dining table will make fast friends with virtually any vintage dining chair. Metal industrial chairs, ladder back chairs, and Windsor styles all look perfectly curated when parked under a farm table. But for something a bit more unexpected, we love a rustic table surrounded by a mishmash of upholstered French dining chairs. The look is all storybook charm—romantic, but perfectly accessible.


To start, ask yourself how you’ll be primarily using your vintage dining set. Are you a frequent hostess, or is style on the back burner given that your dining room is currently the equivalent of a bustling cafeteria (complete with PB & J’s making an appearance at virtually every meal)? Next, what’s your style? Glam, mod, contemporary rustic? Once you’ve assessed these basics, give our used dining set style guide below a try. From size to style to tips for upkeep, we’ve taken out all of the guess work to make secondhand dining set shopping an effortless two-step.


Dining Table & Chair Sets Sometimes you just want to take the guesswork out of design. While we don’t recommend springing for that 14-piece matching plaid bedroom suite, we do love a vintage dining set. As easy to throw together as takeout and fine china, used dining sets come in every style—from warm-wooded, Mid-Century-inspired dinettes designed by greats like Paul McCobb to futuristic, mod pod sets like those of Eero Saarinen. Following Follow This Search


While we will given that last question an emphatic no!, the others are best answered by a few basic design principles. To help, we’ve gathered some easy, go-to dining table and used dining chair combos. Copy one verbatim, or use them as a launching pad for experimenting with other vintage dining chair styles. In fact, once you’ve mastered the mix-and-match basics, a fluent look is actually delightfully easy to replicate.


Our Favorite Style Maker: While there’s no denying the appeal of a traditional dining set like a Duncan Phyfe reproduction—all that mahogany!—we house a special place for Milo Baughman’s dining sets. Crafted of glass, chrome, brass, or burl, his tables feature long, feed-a-crowd lengths and simple, Parsons-like silhouettes. In opposition to the table’s simplicity, chairs are low-slung, clubby in profile, and often feature bold, cabana-colored upholsteries. The marriage of the two opposites is glam perfection.


Our Favorite Style Maker: Nobody did outdoor dining sets like Salterini. An Italian-born designer who married a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic with an enchanted garden feel, his furniture feels sprung straight from the ground. Wrought iron tables feature simple glass tops, allowing high-backed chairs decorated with twisted tendrils to take center stage. Despite being downright lovely, this is furniture that doesn’t take itself too seriously, which in our opinion, is exactly what outdoor dining is all about.


To achieve the ultimate look, opt for a rectangular Mid-Century table from a maker like Jens Risom or Hans Wegner (you get the drift: plank top, straight pencil legs). If your table features a lighter hue like maple, you might think about surrounding it with a set of white or chartreuse S-chairs, while a dark table will gel magnificently with black chairs. If opting for the latter, partner your dining set with black and metallic accents and a cowhide rug for a look that is sheer rock n’ roll glam.


Sometimes you just want to take the guesswork out of design. While we don’t recommend springing for that 14-piece matching plaid bedroom suite, we do love a vintage dining set. As easy to throw together as takeout and fine china, used dining sets come in every style—from warm-wooded, Mid-Century-inspired dinettes designed by greats like Paul McCobb to futuristic, mod pod sets like those of Eero Saarinen.


Tips for Success: The best part of shopping for vintage outdoor dining sets is that inclement weather has likely already weeded out any sets that weren’t really in it for the long haul. Still, seeking out element-proof materials like powder coated metal, wrought iron, and natural woods like teak will ensure longevity. Also, remember to move your outdoor dining set into a garage or sunporch if weather gets especially wicked. It can add years to its overall life.


A live-edge dining table is the ultimate style chameleon. One moment it can feel quaintly lodge-like, the next southwestern, and almost simultaneously—organically modern. To honor its metamorphic-like properties, we love the idea of buddying it up with a vintage dining chair that’s equally dexterous. Enter: the fiberglass Eames chair.


Eames chairs are the hot sauce of the design world (as in, they go with absolutely everything). Recruit them for the right interiors and they can feel mod, contemporary, or even Scandinavian. But when paired with a raw slab dining table, something unexpectedly 70s bohemian emerges; the combo itself reading like a meandering trip through California cool (with pit stops in both Pacific Palisades and Big Sur). It’s relaxed, yet chic; a throwback, but somehow distinctively modern. In case you couldn’t tell, we can’t get enough.


Breaking up a Mid-Century dining set can be a bit, well, sad—they were made for each other, after all. But once you muster up the courage to do it (and subsequently introduce your newly single table to some slinky Verner Panton S chairs), we promise the payoff is well worth the pain.


Make no mistake about it, this look is a bold one. Neither style is exactly demure, and when paired up they don’t exactly go quietly into the night. But we love the way two styles with mad sculptural integrity play off each other to create what feels like one-of-a-kind of installation art for the dining room.

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