Today’s guest post is another installment in the series, Domino’s Icons of Style, by Beth of Style Redux. Let us know what your personal opinion of each icon of style is in the comments: love it? hate it? used it in your own place? We want to know what you think!
The Saarinen Tulip Table was introduced 50 years ago and is more popular today than ever. Its creator Eero Saarinen said that the underside of tables is a confusing, unrestful world. He created the pedestal collection to “clear up the slum of legs.” The pedestal tables come as coffee, dining, or side tables with tops in laminate, marble, granite, or wood. Domino was in love with the tulip table. They used them everywhere, because the simple elegance of this table works anywhere.
A couple of design tips:
1. notice how these round tables really open up a space – great in a small dining room, and
2. these tables want to be paired with curvy chairs, not squared or angular
In this stunning dining room-note the curvy chairs.
In a living room with an eclectic mix.
A wonderful dining room/library. Note the blue armchair in the corner.
A front hall/library with floating bookcases.
An amazing kitchen/dining room/office.
A wonderful light, soothing, and airy space.
Great with rounded black chairs.
In a living room next to a wing back chair-sort of English meets modern.
This is Ikea’s knock off version in a reader’s chic dining room.
A very cool reader’s dining room/library.