Founded in 1907, Vejle Stole og Møbelfabrik gained recognition as a prominent Danish furniture manufacturer. Its skilled artisans were lauded for their use of traditional woodworking techniques to create exquisite furniture.
In the mid-1900s, the company transitioned to producing contemporary furniture designs inspired by the Danish modern movement, characterized by their minimalist and lightweight aesthetics, emphasizing natural materials like wood and leather.
The company's product range was diverse, encompassing chairs, tables, sofas, and storage units, all of which continue to be highly sought after by design enthusiasts. Renowned Danish designers, including Arne Vodder, Johannes Andersen, and Erik Buch, collaborated on several of their creations.