Kling Furniture Company
John A. King founded Kling Factories in 1911 after emigrating from Sweden. He purchased a bankrupt bed and lounge company in Mayville, New York and renamed it the Chautauqua Cabinet Company. For the next 50 years it would run as a family-owned furniture making company. He had gotten his start in the furniture business back in the late 1800s working in several area furniture factories. He worked as a cabinetmaker who eventually worked up to plant superintendent prior to starting his own company. By 1928, four additional furniture factories were under the ownership of John Kling. He had each plant specialize in a style of furniture. Eventually, Kling Factories was purchased by Ethan Allen.
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Style Your Kling Furniture
A variety of furniture styles was key to the success of Kling Furniture in the early years, so no matter what your taste or style you can likely find a piece by Kling to suit. A particular favorite among Kling furniture would be their Kling Colonial line, which they started producing after being purchased by Ethan Allen in the 1960s. These vintage pieces bring that one-of-a-kind colonial vibe into any setting. You can also find Kling pieces in the ageless Queen Anne style and, to a somewhat lesser extent, mid-century modern styles as well.