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Tulip Side Chair - White / Navy

Tulip Side Chair - White / Navy

ITEM # 969210

Sale: $165

Retail:$350

53% Off

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Plastic molded seat

Fabric upholstered seat cushion

Single pedestal base with built-in swivel

COLOR:Navy

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Why we fancy this

The Tulip chair is a modern classic, its radical nature now a mainstay of design. Four legs have been replaced by a single pedestal, tapered to match the stalk of a flower. The seat is upholstered in easy to maintain fabric. Enjoy this singular piece, a hallmark of innovation and beauty, inspired by the best of mid-century modernism. Inspired by Eero Saarinen.

This item is a mid-century reproduction inspired by eero saarinen and is in no way affiliated with the designer or its original manufacturer.

Product Details

Dimensions:

overall
h 31.50"w 19.50"d 20.00"

Color:

navy

Design Style:

mid-century

Shipping & Returns

Shipping:

Free Shipping Nationwide

Return Policy:

Returns accepted within 14 days of delivery.

Shipping Restrictions:

Due to shipping restrictions, we cannot ship this item outside contiguous United States.

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Inspired by eero saarinen

Saarinen exemplifies plurality, making him the natural predecessor to contemporary trends emphasizing less a particular style and more a process. Saarinen worked closely with his clients and allowed his working methods to change and be challenged by his “co-creators.” The results are some of the most memorable designs from the mid-century modern era. Slightly out-of-time, but with a grace and beauty that never abandons precision and logic, Saarinen has become quite collectible and his influence is felt strongly in contemporary practice.