Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Table – Oval (Wood)

The Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Table – Oval (Wood) is part of the amazing reproduction of the tulip range by Interior Addict and can be found by clicking on the red link. The tulip range is characterised by the tulip-stem like shapes and this table has a beautiful base which is comparable to the tulip chairs. This table will look stunning in combination with the Eero Saarinen Style Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Chairs.This designer classic was originally designed 1956 and has many characteristics of the Space Age designer furniture era.

Eero Saarinen is probably mainly known for his tulip collection, but earlier in his career he collaborated with Charles Eames with whom he invented a new technique for moulding plywood. This table shows his earlier aspirations with the use of wood and his later interest in plastics, such as fibreglass. I personally love the combination between the natural wood and the contrasting white cast aluminium base, which gives this table its interesting designer look.

The Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Table - Oval (Wood) Interior Addict

The round and oval shapes of the table give a taste of the futuristic, and space travel ideas of the space age. The Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Table – Oval (Wood) will suit a modern dining area and will give a retro feel to your room. This table is perfect as a dining table because it is designed to save the problems you can usually have with legs.

This reproduction is of a very high quality since Interior Addict uses the best materials. The table top is available in a rosewood or walnut real wood veneer, which is attached to the strong powdercoated aluminium base which is available in black and white. The table is protected from scratches, stains and scuff by the powdercoated finish. The Eero Saarinen Style Tulip Table – Oval (Wood) is quite a large dining table with the following dimensions: a width of 199cm, a depth of 121cm and a height of 72cm.

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