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Mezzanine Small Cabinet MZ-2009

Mezzanine collection is made from recycled wood salvaged from various sources. These beautiful hand painted pieces of furniture make a stunning collection to any room. Features: -Made of solid wood.-Made from reclaimed / recycled material.-Handpa..

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Wayfair
$429.99 See It
Salvaged Scrap Metal Barn Door

One of a kind scrap metal barn door popular for man caves, theater rooms, and bedrooms.

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Rustica Hardware
$1,683.00 See It
Newberry 8 Piece Dining Set 1468-22

Features: -Set includes 1 pub table, 1 bench and 6 side chairs. -Newberry collection. -Removable leaf. -Salvaged gray finish. -Acacia solids. -Include a 20" leaf. -Fabric color: Tony taupe. Dimensions: -Table: 83" L x 30" W x 39.5H, 174 lbs. -Si

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$1,708.68 See It
Tulip Style Round Table White Fiberglass, 32" Diameter -59%

The design principle is a circular base from which a stem extends upward to a larger circular top. The Tulip is available in a wide variety of sizes and is the single most celebrated design in a mid-century modern tables. In the design phase of Eero Saarinen earliest prototype, the Tulip Table stem and base were made of fiberglass. Before even going into production, Eero realized that while this ensured absolute color and sheen consistency, the fiberglass base would not support the table. He then switched to a Cast Aluminum base. Experimenting with Rilsan type coating over the aluminum, he was able to achieve the coordinating gloss and color of the fiberglass. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base scratch resistant Rilsan coated finish to match color and sheen levelTrue to Original: Cast Aluminum Top to base supporting stem with scratch resistant Rilsan finish to match color and sheen levelTrue to Original: Table top constructed of pure 100% molded high polish FiberglassTulip table top dimension: (80cm) 32? nominal, actual is 31.50?Circular Base Dimension: 22" DiameterFloor to table top dimension: 30" HeightTrue to Original: Upper shell 100% molded fiberglass. 1.5? thickCircular Base Floor protector pads pre attachedThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIR & TABLESDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair,

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
$1,045.00 $424.00 See It
Tulip Style Round Table White Fiberglass, 36" Diameter -53%

The design principle is a circular base from which a stem extends upward to a larger circular top. The Tulip is available in a wide variety of sizes and is the single most celebrated design in a mid-century modern tables. In the design phase of Eero Saarinen earliest prototype, the Tulip Table stem and base were made of fiberglass. Before even going into production, Eero realized that while this ensured absolute color and sheen consistency, the fiberglass base would not support the table. He then switched to a Cast Aluminum base. Experimenting with Rilsan type coating over the aluminum, he was able to achieve the coordinating gloss and color of the fiberglass. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base scratch resistant Rilsan coated finish to match color and sheen levelTrue to Original: Cast Aluminum Top to base supporting stem with scratch resistant Rilsan finish to match color and sheen levelTrue to Original: Table top constructed of pure 100% molded high polish FiberglassTulip table top dimension: (90cm) 36? nominal, actual is 35.43?Circular Base Dimension: 22" DiameterFloor to table top dimension: 30" HeightTrue to Original: Upper shell 100% molded fiberglass. 1.5? thickCircular Base Floor protector pads pre attachedThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIR & TABLESDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair,

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
$1,275.00 $599.00 See It
Tulip Style Round Table White Fiberglass, 24" Diameter -52%

The design principle is a circular base from which a stem extends upward to a larger circular top. The Tulip is available in a wide variety of sizes and is the single most celebrated design in a mid-century modern tables. In the design phase of Eero Saarinen earliest prototype, the Tulip Table stem and base were made of fiberglass. Before even going into production, Eero realized that while this ensured absolute color and sheen consistency, the fiberglass base would not support the table. He then switched to a Cast Aluminum base. Experimenting with Rilsan type coating over the aluminum, he was able to achieve the coordinating gloss and color of the fiberglass. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base scratch resistant Rilsan coated finish to match color and sheen levelTrue to Original: Cast Aluminum Top to base supporting stem with scratch resistant Rilsan finish to match color and sheen levelTrue to Original: Table top constructed of pure 100% molded high polish FiberglassTulip table top dimension: (60cm) 24" nominal, actual is 23.6"Circular Base Dimension: 22" DiameterFloor to table top dimension: 30" HeightTrue to Original: Upper shell 100% molded fiberglass. 1.5? thickCircular Base Floor protector pads pre attachedThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIR & TABLESDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair,

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
$625.00 $299.00 See It
Tulip Style Round Table White Fiberglass, 28" Diameter -59%

The design principle is a circular base from which a stem extends upward to a larger circular top. The Tulip is available in a wide variety of sizes and is the single most celebrated design in a mid-century modern tables. In the design phase of Eero Saarinen earliest prototype, the Tulip Table stem and base were made of fiberglass. Before even going into production, Eero realized that while this ensured absolute color and sheen consistency, the fiberglass base would not support the table. He then switched to a Cast Aluminum base. Experimenting with Rilsan type coating over the aluminum, he was able to achieve the coordinating gloss and color of the fiberglass. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base scratch resistant Rilsan coated finish to match color and sheen levelTrue to Original: Cast Aluminum Top to base supporting stem with scratch resistant Rilsan finish to match color and sheen levelTrue to Original: Table top constructed of pure 100% molded high polish FiberglassTulip table top dimension: (70cm) 28? nominal, actual is 27.5?Circular Base Dimension: 22" DiameterFloor to table top dimension: 30" HeightTrue to Original: Upper shell 100% molded fiberglass. 1.5? thickCircular Base Floor protector pads pre attachedThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIR & TABLESDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair,

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
$775.00 $314.00 See It
Tulip Style Round Table White Fiberglass, 48" Diameter -51%

The design principle is a circular base from which a stem extends upward to a larger circular top. The Tulip is available in a wide variety of sizes and is the single most celebrated design in a mid-century modern tables. In the design phase of Eero Saarinen earliest prototype, the Tulip Table stem and base were made of fiberglass. Before even going into production, Eero realized that while this ensured absolute color and sheen consistency, the fiberglass base would not support the table. He then switched to a Cast Aluminum base. Experimenting with Rilsan type coating over the aluminum, he was able to achieve the coordinating gloss and color of the fiberglass. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base scratch resistant Rilsan coated finish to match color and sheen levelTrue to Original: Cast Aluminum Top to base supporting stem with scratch resistant Rilsan finish to match color and sheen levelTrue to Original: Table top constructed of pure 100% molded high polish FiberglassTulip table top dimension: (121cm) 48? nominal, actual is 47.63?Circular Base Dimension: 22" DiameterFloor to table top dimension: 30" HeightTrue to Original: Upper shell 100% molded fiberglass. 1.5? thickCircular Base Floor protector pads pre attachedThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIR & TABLESDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
$1,425.00 $699.00 See It
Newberry Parson Chair (Set of 2)

QAA1996 Features Newberry collection Button tufted Salvaged gray finish Material: Acacia Distressed: Yes Finish: Salvaged gray Frame Material: Wood Seat Frame Material: Wood Weight Capacity: 250 Pounds Seat Upholstery Material: Polyester/Polyester...

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Tulip Style Side Chair White Fiberglass, White Cashmere Wool -63%

Many of the original Tulip chairs, which were all made of fiberglass, are still in use today. Nearly all reproductions today are constructed ABS plastic. With ongoing use, plastic chairs break at stress points under weight. Fiberglass was selected as the material for the Tulip series, by Eero Saarinen for its ability to provide a deep lustrous surface sheen and structurally, its long life. Dimensions to materials, Kardiel’s reproduction respects the exact design of the original. While actual fiberglass Tulip chairs do cost more than plastic, you may find the difference is not significant. The real difference is found in longevity and appearance. Fiberglass, it’s what the originals wore. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base with a Rilsan coated finish to matchTrue to Original: Upper shell pure 100% molded dimension true FiberglassCA-117 High Density form fitting foam cushionCashmere Wool upholstery – durable, naturally stain resistant and breathes for seating comfort 360 degree bearing swivel mechanism ensures longevity and a smooth rotationRemovable seat cushion makes maintenance a breezeBase Floor protector padsChair dimension: Width 19? x Depth 23? x Height 32?Floor to seat: 17.5"Circular base dimension: 15" DiameterThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIRDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair,

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
$690.00 $255.00 See It
Tulip Style Chair White Fiberglass, Black Cashmere Wool -63%

Many of the original Tulip chairs, which were all made of fiberglass, are still in use today. Nearly all reproductions today are constructed ABS plastic. With ongoing use, plastic chairs break at stress points under weight. Fiberglass was selected as the material for the Tulip series, by Eero Saarinen for its ability to provide a deep lustrous surface sheen and structurally, its long life. Dimensions to materials, Kardiel’s reproduction respects the exact design of the original. While actual fiberglass Tulip chairs do cost more than plastic, you may find the difference is not significant. The real difference is found in longevity and appearance. Fiberglass, it’s what the originals wore. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base with a Rilsan coated finish to matchTrue to Original: Upper shell pure 100% molded dimension true FiberglassCA-117 High Density form fitting foam cushionCashmere Wool upholstery – durable, naturally stain resistant and breathes for seating comfort 360 degree bearing swivel mechanism ensures longevity and a smooth rotationRemovable seat cushion makes maintenance a breezeBase Floor protector padsChair dimension: Width 19? x Depth 23? x Height 32?Floor to seat: 17.5"Circular base dimension: 15" DiameterThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIRDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair,

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
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Tulip Style Side Chair White Fiberglass, Red Cashmere Wool -63%

Many of the original Tulip chairs, which were all made of fiberglass, are still in use today. Nearly all reproductions today are constructed ABS plastic. With ongoing use, plastic chairs break at stress points under weight. Fiberglass was selected as the material for the Tulip series, by Eero Saarinen for its ability to provide a deep lustrous surface sheen and structurally, its long life. Dimensions to materials, Kardiel’s reproduction respects the exact design of the original. While actual fiberglass Tulip chairs do cost more than plastic, you may find the difference is not significant. The real difference is found in longevity and appearance. Fiberglass, it’s what the originals wore. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base with a Rilsan coated finish to matchTrue to Original: Upper shell pure 100% molded dimension true FiberglassCA-117 High Density form fitting foam cushionCashmere Wool upholstery – durable, naturally stain resistant and breathes for seating comfort 360 degree bearing swivel mechanism ensures longevity and a smooth rotationRemovable seat cushion makes maintenance a breezeBase Floor protector padsChair dimension: Width 19? x Depth 23? x Height 32?Floor to seat: 17.5"Circular base dimension: 15" DiameterThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIRDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair,

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
$690.00 $255.00 See It
Tulip Style Armchair White Fiberglass, Red Cashmere Wool -63%

Many of the original Tulip chairs, which were all made of fiberglass, are still in use today. Nearly all reproductions today are constructed ABS plastic. With ongoing use, plastic chairs break at stress points under weight. Fiberglass was selected as the material for the Tulip series, by Eero Saarinen for its ability to provide a deep lustrous surface sheen and structurally, its long life. Dimensions to materials, Kardiel’s reproduction respects the exact design of the original. While actual fiberglass Tulip chairs do cost more than plastic, you may find the difference is not significant. The real difference is found in longevity and appearance. Fiberglass, it’s what the originals wore. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base with a Rilsan coated finish to matchTrue to Original: Upper shell pure 100% molded dimension true FiberglassCA-117 High Density form fitting foam cushionCashmere Wool upholstery – durable, naturally stain resistant and breathes for seating comfort 360 degree bearing swivel mechanism ensures longevity and a smooth rotationRemovable seat cushion makes maintenance a breezeBase Floor protector padsChair dimension: Width 23? x Depth 24? x Height 32?Floor to seat: 17.5"Circular base dimension: 15" DiameterThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIRDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair,

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
$790.00 $295.00 See It
Tulip Style Armchair White Fiberglass, White Cashmere Wool -63%

Many of the original Tulip chairs, which were all made of fiberglass, are still in use today. Nearly all reproductions today are constructed ABS plastic. With ongoing use, plastic chairs break at stress points under weight. Fiberglass was selected as the material for the Tulip series, by Eero Saarinen for its ability to provide a deep lustrous surface sheen and structurally, its long life. Dimensions to materials, Kardiel’s reproduction respects the exact design of the original. While actual fiberglass Tulip chairs do cost more than plastic, you may find the difference is not significant. The real difference is found in longevity and appearance. Fiberglass, it’s what the originals wore. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base with a Rilsan coated finish to matchTrue to Original: Upper shell pure 100% molded dimension true FiberglassCA-117 High Density form fitting foam cushionCashmere Wool upholstery – durable, naturally stain resistant and breathes for seating comfort 360 degree bearing swivel mechanism ensures longevity and a smooth rotationRemovable seat cushion makes maintenance a breezeBase Floor protector padsChair dimension: Width 23? x Depth 24? x Height 32?Floor to seat: 17.5"Circular base dimension: 15" DiameterThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIRDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair,

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
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Tulip Style Armchair White Fiberglass, Black Cashmere Wool -63%

Many of the original Tulip chairs, which were all made of fiberglass, are still in use today. Nearly all reproductions today are constructed ABS plastic. With ongoing use, plastic chairs break at stress points under weight. Fiberglass was selected as the material for the Tulip series, by Eero Saarinen for its ability to provide a deep lustrous surface sheen and structurally, its long life. Dimensions to materials, Kardiel’s reproduction respects the exact design of the original. While actual fiberglass Tulip chairs do cost more than plastic, you may find the difference is not significant. The real difference is found in longevity and appearance. Fiberglass, it’s what the originals wore. True To Original: Cast Aluminum supporting base with a Rilsan coated finish to matchTrue to Original: Upper shell pure 100% molded dimension true FiberglassCA-117 High Density form fitting foam cushionCashmere Wool upholstery – durable, naturally stain resistant and breathes for seating comfort 360 degree bearing swivel mechanism ensures longevity and a smooth rotationRemovable seat cushion makes maintenance a breezeBase Floor protector padsChair dimension: Width 23? x Depth 24? x Height 32?Floor to seat: 17.5"Circular base dimension: 15" DiameterThis Chair is not manufactured by Knoll. Kardiel has no affiliation with Knoll.HISTORY OF THE ICONIC TULIP CHAIRDoes it get any more “Eero Saarinen” than the Tulip Chair and Table series? It should come as no surprise that an artists work is their signature. Comparing the tulip table and chairs, created in 1964/65 respectively, it is not difficult to see the relationship to Eero’s other furniture pieces. A similar styling can be found in Eero Aarnio’ ball chair. Not only did they share the same first name but a similar design flair. While available in many colors today, the original Tulip chair exclusively featured red wool fabric cushions. The chairs feature pure solid white molded fiberglass shells that rest on a aluminum cast base. Smooth with a gloss sheen and seamless appearing in design. The Tulip Chair went on to star in none other than Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek between 1966 and 1969. The bridge chairs were tulip chairs, with a slight modification. After the series ended, a few were salvaged. One recently auctioned for more than $18,000.History of the Original Designer, Eero AarnioEero Saarinen born 1910 was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer famous for his ability to master varying style. For example, he was accomplished in both simple, sweeping, arching structural curves and seemingly the opposite side of the spectrum, machine-like rationalism.He designed many important pieces of furniture including one of the most famous, the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948). The "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), features side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. Eero's designs were extensive, all were highly successful except for the "Grasshopper" lounge chair,

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KARDIEL Mid-Century Furniture
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Horn Round Bowl - 5.25"Hx11.5"Wx11"D, Black

Horn Round Bowl - This Decorative Bowl Works As A Fruit Bowl Or A Display Piece - The Striking Colors Of Each One-Of-A-Kind Horn Round Bowl Come From The Salvaged Buffalo Horn Used To Create It. Artisans Craft This Decorative Bowl's Round, Scalloped...

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Home Decorators Collection
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Stretch Dining Side Chair in Black LexMod

Stretch Dining Side Chair in Black - Take your conversations beyond what you thought possible with the Stretch Dining Chair. A vintage piece with a modern appeal, Stretch is made from a solid elm wood frame and wood grain polyurethane finish. An expressive dining chair designed to present a commanding front for your daily dining and get-togethers, Stretch does not require assembly and comes with non-marking plastic foot glides. An organic piece that conveys a rustic salvaged feel, Stretch is perfect for dining rooms, lounge and recreation areas. Set Includes:One - Stretch Dining Side Chair, Features:Vintage Wood Dining Chair Solid Elm Wood Plywood Support on Seat Solid Wood Grain PU finish Non-marking Feet Caps No Assembly Required, Product Dimensions:Overall Product Dimensions: 23"L x 17.5"W x 30.5"H Seat Dimensions: 17.5"L x 18"H Armrest Dimension: 1"W x 28"Hbrackrest Dimensions: 1"W x 13"H Cushion Thichkness: 1.5"Hbrase Dimension: 17.5"L x 17.5" Overall Product Dimensions: 23"L x 17.5"W x 30.5"H Seat Dimensions: 17.5"L x 18"H Armrest Dimension: 1"W x 28"HBACKrest Dimensions: 1"W x 13"H Cushion Thichkness: 1.5"Hbrase Dimension: 17.5"L x 17.5"W - Mid Century Modern Furniture.

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Stretch Dining Side Chair in Natural LexMod

Stretch Dining Side Chair in Natural - Take your conversations beyond what you thought possible with the Stretch Dining Chair. A vintage piece with a modern appeal, Stretch is made from a solid elm wood frame and wood grain polyurethane finish. An expressive dining chair designed to present a commanding front for your daily dining and get-togethers, Stretch does not require assembly and comes with non-marking plastic foot glides. An organic piece that conveys a rustic salvaged feel, Stretch is perfect for dining rooms, lounge and recreation areas. Set Includes:One - Stretch Dining Side Chair, Features:Vintage Wood Dining Chair Solid Elm Wood Plywood Support on Seat Solid Wood Grain PU finish Non-marking Feet Caps No Assembly Required, Product Dimensions:Overall Product Dimensions: 23"L x 17.5"W x 30.5"H Seat Dimensions: 17.5"L x 18"H Armrest Dimension: 1"W x 28"Hbrackrest Dimensions: 1"W x 13"H Cushion Thichkness: 1.5"Hbrase Dimension: 17.5"L x 17.5" Overall Product Dimensions: 23"L x 17.5"W x 30.5"H Seat Dimensions: 17.5"L x 18"H Armrest Dimension: 1"W x 28"HBACKrest Dimensions: 1"W x 13"H Cushion Thichkness: 1.5"Hbrase Dimension: 17.5"L x 17.5"W - Mid Century Modern Furniture.

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Stretch Dining Side Chair in Walnut LexMod

Stretch Dining Side Chair in Walnut - Take your conversations beyond what you thought possible with the Stretch Dining Chair. A vintage piece with a modern appeal, Stretch is made from a solid elm wood frame and wood grain polyurethane finish. An expressive dining chair designed to present a commanding front for your daily dining and get-togethers, Stretch does not require assembly and comes with non-marking plastic foot glides. An organic piece that conveys a rustic salvaged feel, Stretch is perfect for dining rooms, lounge and recreation areas. Set Includes:One - Stretch Dining Side Chair, Features:Vintage Wood Dining Chair Solid Elm Wood Plywood Support on Seat Solid Wood Grain PU finish Non-marking Feet Caps No Assembly Required, Product Dimensions:Overall Product Dimensions: 23"L x 17.5"W x 30.5"H Seat Dimensions: 17.5"L x 18"H Armrest Dimension: 1"W x 28"Hbrackrest Dimensions: 1"W x 13"H Cushion Thichkness: 1.5"Hbrase Dimension: 17.5"L x 17.5" Overall Product Dimensions: 23"L x 17.5"W x 30.5"H Seat Dimensions: 17.5"L x 18"H Armrest Dimension: 1"W x 28"HBACKrest Dimensions: 1"W x 13"H Cushion Thichkness: 1.5"Hbrase Dimension: 17.5"L x 17.5"W - Mid Century Modern Furniture.

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Arrow Chalkboard - Grandin Road

Rectangular chalkboard bordered on two sides by a metal arrow. Salvaged look has nostalgic appeal. Four-way hanger. Cast iron with gray finish. Capture the retro essence of a roadside diner with our Metal Arrow with Chalkboard. Post your own daily menu, or use it as a family message board. A four-way hanger means you can point the arrow any way you like. . . . .

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Grandin Road
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