Top 3 Curious Facts About The Tulip Table

This Mid-Century Modern masterpiece is a box of surprises. If you don’t know it, the following are three curiosities that will fully awaken your interest in this design:

  1. It’s a table that broke schemes. When it first appeared in 1957, Eero Saarinen’s Tulip table caused a sensation because it represented an innovative model that completely transformed the way tables were conceived up to that time, with its characteristic four legs. Saarinen, with his flower-shaped one-legged table, blurred the image that people had of what an accent or coffee table should look like.
  2. It’s available in various colors. The black Tulip table, for example, represents the chromatic counterpart of this design, intended for people who want to add it as an element that reinforces accent tones in an environment of light shades. Also, some of the table models have a surface that resembles marble.
  3. It’s not a single model, but many. There’s the Tulip table with a rectangular surface, another model with a round surface, a model with a walnut surface, and the sizes are also very diverse: 24, 40, 60 inches, among many others. Each model is focused on meeting a particular need in each environment, taking into account the number of decorating styles and how highly versatile this collection is.