Cagney + Lacey. Jerry + Elaine. Coffee + Doughnuts. Saarinen Tulip Tables + Panton S Chairs. What do all they have in common? Well, they're all classic pairings of course. The Tulip Table, Saarinen's problem-solving answer to rid the world from the slum of legs, And Verner Panton's S Chair, with it's curvaceous bottom and lack of legs; they're a match made in design heaven. White-on-White is, of course, the most classic of pairings.
In this gorgeous home in Caracas, Venezuela, the curvy lines of Panton S Chairs and an oval, marble-topped Tullip Table contrast nicely with the geometric lines of this kitchen. Featured in Elle Decor.
From Vincente Wolf's portfolio, Panton S Chairs and an oval Tulip table are paired against a banquette, for additional seating.
A pink staircase, and goldenrod + cherry-red window panels add a fun pop of color in the crisp, bright whiteness of this room. Shown here with a white Marshmallow Sofa by George Nelson.
And in this 200-year-old (you read that correctly) riad in Morrocco, with its classic North African architecture, the classic pairing of white-on-white Panton S Chairs and Tulip Table fit right in.
So, what do you think about this classic pairing? Yay or nay?