With a sculptural, sleek build, Eero Saarinen Tulip Table is a mid century icon. The first Tulip Table was white with a round marble top along with a single pedestal, giving it a minimalist look. The idea of the tulip shaped table invention was getting rid of the numerous legs under any table.
Even if modernists pair pedestal tables with tulip dining chairs, times have changed. As a matter of fact, it’s no longer fashionable to match table and chair styles. It’s imperative to get creative when it comes to pairing dining chairs with tables!
The Tulip Table has a one-of-a-kind design and a versatile aesthetic. In other words, there are a myriad of mid century modern dining chairs that may be paired with it. Here are a few…
1. Charles and Ray Eames Molded Plastic Chairs
Eames molded plastic chair’s design have amazing curves that subtly mimic the pedestal table’s curvy shape. What a perfectly crisp and clean duo of design icons!
2. Hans Wegner Wishbone Chairs
While the Tulip Table is a streamlined, sleek structure, the intricate wishbone chair breaks it up. The modern table also beautifully contrasts the traditional wood chair. The perfect pairing!
3. Philippe Starck Ghost Chair
The clear body of the Ghost Chair echoes the simple, sleek, minimal design of the Tulip Table, while not obstructing the view. Both occupying little visual weight, another great pairing.
4. Harry Bertoia Wire Chair
The geometric pattern of the wire chair paired with the sculptural Tulip Table, the result is something edgy and beautifully modern. Due to the table’s simplicity, it’s an awesome pairing.
We hope this info truly inspires you. As you can see, the Tulip Table replica goes with many different mid century modern dining chair styles thanks to its versatility. Visit Manhattan Home Design for other mid century modern tables.
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