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White Y5 iperEspresso Machine by illy Espresso Machines

Prepare a freshly brewed Italian-style espresso drink whenever you want with the innovative illy Francis Francis Y5 iperEspresso Capsule Machine. A one-touch brewing cycle, convenient self-contained coffee pods, a front-mounted control panel and a...

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DeLonghi Lattissima+ EN520.S Espresso Maker

Capsule Coffee Machine - Limited Warranty: 2 Year - Width: 6.6" - Height: 10" - Depth: 12.6" - Color: Silver - Power Consumption: 1300 W - Water Tank Capacity: 30.43 fl oz

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K450 2.0 Brewer + Programmable Clock - White

The next generation of Keurig is here with the speed and convenience you've come to expect. Plus, the K450 2.0 brewer lets you brew a single serving or a pot of coffee from one machine with the new K-Carafe pack. works only with Keurig brand packs...

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jcpenney
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Coffee Machine & Other Cafe Kitchen Equipment - Reusable Wall Sticker Decal for Baby Nursery Room

Become an interior decorator and transform your living space from ordinary to extraordinary with this unique ECO Cafe wall decal sticker! With this sticker you'll be sure to add plenty of color, fun, depth, and individuality apart from the average home. You can adorn the interior walls and windows of your home, bathroom, office, nursery, dorm, or store. Get creative and apply them to furniture, such as your refrigerator, table, desk, kitchen cabinets, drawers, etc. The ECO Cafe sticker set includes images of text, coffee beans, espresso machine, mugs, and drinks all in white, clear, brown, and green colors. These particular stickers are eco-friendly! If you want to revamp your space without having to spend too much time, money, and effort, then this is the perfect way! Because these stickers are removable, repositionable, and reusable, you can apply them time after time without any hassle and mess that come with most other means of design like painting that can be costly, time-consuming, and laborious. They're extremely easy and simple to use. Just peel and apply to dry, clean, and smooth surfaces. Plus, you don't need to worry about damage or residue after removal. With affordable stickers like these, create the look you always wanted in minutes! Genuine wall stickers include official KR International logo. (Colors shown in pictures may slightly differ from actual product due to lighting and color settings.)

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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
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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
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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
VertuoLine, White

For a limited time, receive a $75 Nespresso Club credit when you purchase this machine. Click here for more information.Experience the revolution of coffee. Meet Nespresso VertuoLine, a groundbreaking new way to enjoy freshly brewed coffee as well as rich, authentic espresso at the touch of a button. Thanks to completely redesigned capsules and an innovative new brewing system, the Nespresso VertuoLine brews both genuine drip-style coffee and espresso. Revolutionary Centrifusion technology instantly recognizes each capsule and automatically adjusts brewing to bring out the best of each blend. Customizable cup sizingfrom as little as 0.3 ounces up to 17 ouncesallows you to tailor brewing to your needs, whether filling a travel mug or brewing just a little bit more. Less than one percent of the worlds coffee meets Nespressos uncompromising standards, ensuring that your cup, whether bold or mild, half-caff or hazelnut-flavored, coffee or espresso, is nothing short of coffee perfection. Full-bodied Nespresso coffee improves on traditional drip coffee with silky, aromatic crema that enhances every cup, and thanks to a wide range of capsules, youre sure to find the brew thats right for you. Unmatched convenience, impeccable resultsNespresso VertuoLine is smarter coffee.Manufacturer: NespressoModel # Red: GCA1-US-RE-NEModel # Chrome: GCA1-US-CH-NEModel # Black: GCA1-US-BK-NEIncludes: VertuoLine sampler (8 coffee, 4 espresso)Material: Plastic, metalCare: Wipe cleanUse: For use with Nespresso VertuoLine capsules. Not compatible with original Nespresso capsulesDimensions: 11.9" x 8.3" x 11.9"Capacity: 40 oz.Warranty: 1 yearMade in Switzerland

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VertuoLine with Aeroccino Plus, White

For a limited time, receive a $75 Nespresso Club credit when you purchase this machine. Click here for more information.Experience the revolution of coffee. Meet Nespresso VertuoLine, a groundbreaking new way to enjoy freshly brewed coffee as well as rich, authentic espresso at the touch of a button. Thanks to completely redesigned capsules and an innovative new brewing system, the Nespresso VertuoLine brews both genuine drip-style coffee and espresso. Revolutionary Centrifusion technology instantly recognizes each capsule and automatically adjusts brewing to bring out the best of each blend. Customizable cup sizingfrom as little as 0.3 ounces up to 17 ouncesallows you to tailor brewing to your needs, whether filling a travel mug or brewing just a little bit more. The versatile Aeroccino Plus frother adds cappuccino, latte and more to the Nespresso VertuoLines already impressive range of drinks.Less than one percent of the worlds coffee meets Nespressos uncompromising standards, ensuring your cup, whether bold or mild, half-caff or hazelnut-flavored, coffee or espresso, is nothing short of coffee perfection. Full-bodied Nespresso coffee improves on traditional drip coffee with silky, aromatic crema that enhances every cup, and thanks to a wide range of capsules, youre sure to find the brew thats right for you. Unmatched convenience, impeccable resultsNespresso VertuoLine is smarter coffee.Manufacturer: NespressoModel# Red: A+GCA1-US-RE-NEModel# Chrome: A+GCA1-US-CH-NEModel# Black: A+GCA1-US-BK-NEModel# Titian: A+GCA1-US-TI-NEIncludes: VertuoLine sampler (8 coffee, 4 espresso)Material: Plastic, metalCare: Wipe cleanUse: For use with Nespresso VertuoLine capsules. Not compatible with original Nespresso capsulesDimensions: 11.9" x 8.3" x 11.9"Capacity: 40 oz.Warranty: 1 yearMade in Switzerland

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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
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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
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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
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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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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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End Table 603-OT1021

Features: -Straight line design.-Unique curved accents.-Arched X base.-Wipe clean with a damp cloth.-Rubberwood solids and white oak cathedral veneers.-Distressed sandstone with white powder glaze.-Machine made.-Shape: Round.-Shape: Round.-Design:.

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White Stoneware Coffee Cone, #2 Filter, Filter Number 2

Introducing a quick, easy, and inexpensive way to enjoy fresh-brewed coffee anytime, anywhere. Our stoneware filter cones let you brew a single cup just the way you like itstrong, medium or mildwithout the hassle of a bulky and expensive coffee machine. Simply place coffee filter in cone, add ground coffee and hot water, and brew directly into your cup.Our new stoneware filter wont stain or absorb odors or flavors. Great for everyday use and convenient for travel and camping. Dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. For use with #2 or #4 coffee filters. #2: 3" x 3", #4: 4" x 4" x 6".

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Lydia White White Sewing Table

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If you love to sew but your hobby takes up too much space, this piece was meant for you. Sew away, and then roll away with this easy to store, folding white sewing station. You have a large work surface that folds down and plenty of shelf space. (Sewing machine not included.) - 31.5" W x 19" D x 29.5" Tall (With extension table in down position) - 51" W with table extended - Area under table measures 20" W x 19" D x 29.25" H - Foot rest area measures 20" W x 10.25" D x 22.5" H with an additional 4.25" backboard under desk - 2 side shelves measure 8.25" W x 9" D x 12.25" H - White Laminate Finish - Rotating lockable casters for mobility - Fold down leaf for space saving - Constructed of MDF and Melamine Paper - Assembly required

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