Mid-Century Modern chapter one dresser by Broyhill inspired by Raymond Loewy. This piece is a part of one of our favorite collections by Broyhill. Vintage 1970s, Broyhill’s Chapter one collection borrowed from the plastic mold injection designs made famous by legendary designer Raymond Loewy. Like Raymond Loewy, Chapter One employed the futuristic use of color and materials in a way that had not been seen before. The bright yellow plastic captured the playful spirit of the 1970s. This unit is a dresser with nine drawers total. The top left drawer features all new red velvet/felt material that replicates the original lining. The dresser has been restored by team FMV with all new brilliant white paint making it look just as it did decades ago when it first rolled out of the factory. This particular line is growing in popularity, so it only goes to show that it’s becoming very difficult to find these pieces. Don’t hesitate on this one, it’s in amazing condition with one of the rarest colors so it won’t last for long.
Broyhill Furniture began the same familiar way that hundreds of U.S. companies began: through the vision of one person, whose determination born in the hills of North Carolina developed into a thriving international company.Growing, changing, innovating. Those are the qualities that have distinguished Broyhill as America’s favorite furniture maker. Rooted in a rich history and grounded in the belief that quality and value never go out of style, Broyhill is a company that continues to lead the industry in today’s home furnishings.
Broyhill History For more than a century, the name Broyhill has been synonymous with fine-quality furniture. The guiding force defining the company and its products always has been commitment to quality and value. Today, Broyhill is one of the most recognized brands in the industry.