Not for more than 50 years have you seen design and construction brought together like this. Featuring an utterly classic form, the Lucy Chair from Richardson Seating is constructed of a heavy 14-gauge, all-welded steel frame base with a perfectly fitting chrome finish. To complete the piece, the deeply-padded two-inch thick box seat and backrest are upholstered in vinyl that features hand-sewn diamond button tufting with adorable piping. Like the 1950s revisited, these chairs are one casserole away from a complete look.
Richardson Seating’s roots go back to the 1950s, when founder Harry Richardson started a furniture-manufacturing business with his dad and brother. Established in 1975, the Chicago brand is a similar family affair that specializes in diner-inspired seating. Its versatile pieces—ranging from tufted stools to wingback chairs—work equally well in the dining room or den.