Tulip Dining Table

Inspired by Eero Saarinen

£1,069

Finish-American design extraordinaire, Eero Saarinen, created his Pedestal Collection in the mid-1950s. An integral part of the series, the Tulip Table mimics the same sleek design and pedestal base of the wildly popular Tulip Chair. Ideal for use as a dining table, or a modern alternative to the traditional desk, this stunningly simplistic table is versatile, beautiful and ready to transform your space.

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Product Dimensions

W121 cm x D121 cm x H72 cm

Diameter

120 cm

Weight

30 kg

Packaging

Carton 1: W60 cm x D60 cm x H75 cm
Carton 2: W127 cm x D127 cm x H10 cm

No. of Cartons

2

Material

Marble

Base Material

Aluminium base encased in white

SKU

NHTBDT2003

Delivery

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Guarantee

Every Nordic Haus purchase is covered by our generous 5 year guarantee for domestic use only. This guarantee includes any defects or problems with manufacturing or workmanship. Issues arising from misuse, accidental damage, or general wear and tear are not covered under our 5 year guarantee.

1 review for Tulip Dining Table

  1. Elena T.

    Very pleased. Had lots of compliments. Gorgeous colour. Well made for the price and the finishing is just splendid. Very happy I must say.

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Designer Profile
Inspired by Eero Saarinen

Finnish-American architect and industrial designer, Eero Saarinen was obsessed with achieving the perfect curve or line. He had a penchant for perfection, which made him an incredible designer.

His approach to furniture design was heavily influenced by his studies in sculpture. He had an acute attention to detail which led him to build hundreds of versions of a single piece until it was flawless. His most famous designs are still in fashion today and include the iconic Tulip Armchair, the Tulip Table and the Womb Chair.