If you've ever heard about accent colors in a decorative design, you probably had an immediate sense of what it was about, but maybe you didn't know exactly what was it. In this article, we'll give you a brief review about what accent colors are and why a piece like the Tulip table by Eero Saarinen can represent the perfect solution for those times when you don't know exactly how you could add new accent colors to your layout.
First of all, you should keep in mind that the color palette represents the chromatic spirit of a place. It's defined by the number of general tones that are present in an area or compartment in greater quantity, whether they've been added intentionally or not. For example, in settings with a lot of houseplants, the color palette tends to have a predominantly green hue, perhaps accompanied by mostly warm earth tones.
There are color palettes so dynamic and polychromatic that it's often not so easy to determine which are possibly the predominant shades. Light, dark, cool, warm, neutral, and vivid colors can be mixed in almost equal amounts in the same space to create specific effects. However, the colors that are added to the walls usually play a determining role in the final result. Almost always, the colors of the walls define the general color scheme of the area.
Colors and Furniture: a Powerful Team
In some styles such as Scandinavian, light colors tend to take priority, especially white and all the pastel colors that can arise when combined with it. This has a very important justification: this style emerged in the Nordic countries, where there are very low temperatures all year round and very little natural light. Therefore, light colors have not only an aesthetic but also a functional role: they help attract more light to the indoors and generate a pleasant and balanced thermal sensation of warmth.
Also, in this style, leather and wooden furniture are used a lot to try to preserve that warmth by all possible means. Therefore, spaces can sometimes be saturated with brightness, which can be a bit unsightly and can create an obvious monotony effect. For those cases, a model like the black Tulip table can help generate an interesting accent contrast that makes it stand out, producing an elegant and stunning effect.
If you rather prefer cool or dark colors and these predominate in your environment, the gleaming whiteness of the marble of a Tulip table replica can look stunning and stand out as the perfect accent shade, not just because of the attractive immaculate color of its finishes, but also for the precious biomorphic features that make it look like no other accent table or coffee table.
"Tulip table" is the name that represents an entire collection that encompasses several of the most iconic and legendary models of the Mid-Century Modern style. Having one in your floor plan will mean much more than adding accent colors because you can enjoy its great features.