Styles of Mid Century Dining Chairs to Pair with the Tulip Table

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Being sleek, streamlined and unadorned, showcasing clean lines and muted colors, the Tulip Table has an understated beauty. It was specifically designed to let other show stopping items in the room be the center of attention. 

As a matter of fact, due to its shape, the Tulip Table is versatile enough to beautifully complement all sorts of dining chairs. We’ve come up with a few styles for inspiration…

1. Wishbone Chairs

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Even if the delicate, sleek Tulip Table has an homogeneous structure, the set of Wishbone Chairs are highly intricate. Featuring a solid wood frame and a comfortably-curved backrest, these traditional chairs have a farmhouse aesthetic. 

Still, the elegant Tulip Table is the true statement worthy piece of the dining room.  The duo is incredibly charming!

2. Eames Chairs

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Retro colors are in! In this space, we can see a striking chandelier, wall art in bold colors and a white Tulip Table, the true show shopper. This trendy mix of multicolored Eames Chairs beautifully contrast the table.

Besides, the Tulip Table paired with these iconic molded plastic chairs with pyramid shaped base, create a lovely contrast in both aesthetic and design. 

3. Tulip Chairs

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There’s nothing like the whole Tulip Collection to make a powerful statement. The coordinating shape makes for a complementary aesthetic. 

When paired together, the Tulip Table has a futuristic aesthetic with a minimalistic impact. This iconic chair brings the perfect classic touch to any dining setting!

We hope this information inspires you. Which of these staples of mid century modern dining chairs paired with the Tulip Table did you like best? Tell us in the comments section below! 

Visit Manhattan Home Design for Tulip Table replicas. Founded by Daniel Levy, entrepreneurial success award winner according to Fox News, Manhattan Home Design has been producing MCM replicas for a decade.

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