The Tulip Chair’s pedestal base made history in 1956 when Eero Saarinen designed the first one legged chair. It is a pure expression of modernism and is as popular today as it was in the ‘60s when it won the Museum of Modern Art Award.
It looks divine as a dining chair with minimal modern furnishings, but its timelessness allows it to be incorporated into more traditional settings. It looks equally good used as an office chair or an occasional chair. Any way you choose to use it, its curvaceous style will sing sexiness.
I enjoy the unexpected, so combined my 1:6 scale Tulip Chair (seats recovered in black) with a classic chandelier and mirror, rustic gray-painted floor boards, and a focal point flower arrangement.
Today I have invited a Stardoll to demo the Tulip Chair (first timer, which is why she looks as stiff as a board).
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