Don’t Sleep on Design Within Reach’s Stellar Semiannual Sale

Don’t Sleep on Design Within Reach’s Stellar Semiannual Sale

By Samantha Daly
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Starting today and lasting through March 19, Design Within Reach’s semiannual sale is the perfect time to scoop up the pillows, bar stools, serving utensils, outdoor furnishings, and more that you’ve been eyeing. We’ve gathered a few tried-and-true selections that shouldn’t be overlooked.

Vitra Eames House Bird
The Eames House Bird rose to stardom in the 1950s when Charles and Ray Eames pulled it from their own living room and positioned it with a group of Eames® DKR chairs for a poster.
Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Chair With Wood Legs
Designed by midcentury Danish master Arne Jacobsen, Grand Prix (1957) didn’t just win the most prestigious award at the Triennale di Milano – it was named for it. Originally introduced at the Danish Museum of Art and Design in 1957, it was displayed later that year in Milan, where it took both the...
Afteroom Story Planter
Fascinated by how spaces transform over time, Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei invented the word Afteroom to name their Stockholm studio. “We simply want to create things people won’t get rid of,” says Chen-Yen.
Treku Aura Credenza
With Treku since 2010, Enrique Delamo has a fashion design degree from Escuela Peris Torres, and Angel Martí holds degrees in industrial design and product design from EASD Valencia and IED Milan, respectively.
Cherner Armchair
Ever since Benjamin Cherner began reintroducing his father's midcentury designs in 1999, a number of iconic seating pieces have been brought back into production.
Gareth Neal Orb Grinder
As a hands-on designer, Gareth Neal is fascinated by the design process, whether it involves traditional tools, advanced equipment or a combination of both. Respect for his environment drives him to create pieces that will stand the test of time.
HAY About A Chair 22 Armchair
The son of a cabinetmaker and raised in the Scandinavian design tradition, Hee Welling understands the power of simple, logical and useful solutions. He’s a graduate of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, and the founder of his eponymous design studio.
Ichendorf Torre Night Carafe Set
More than 100 years ago, Ichendorf was founded in a small town near Cologne, Germany, where it created ornate objects to meet the tastes of the period. The company changed its aesthetic in the early 1950s to celebrate perfect proportions and purity of materials.
Maharam Pillow in Mela
Maharam Design Studio specializes in the design and development of vibrant textiles for residential and commercial interiors.
Anglepoise Type 80 Task Lamp
An icon of industrial design with works spanning over half a century, Sir Kenneth Grange has served as design director for Anglepoise since 2003.
Case Narin Folding Chair
If David Irwin hadn’t become a designer, he’d be working as a chef. Fortunately, he kept his focus locked on front of house with his Narin Folding Chair (2016). Irwin was determined to ensure this folding chair would be as comfortable as a non-folding one, and he insisted that it be made of wood.
Design Within Reach Eazy Bean Everest Chair
After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design, Françoise Séjourné began her career by designing clothing for Esprit and shoes for Sam & Libby.
NakNak Beveled House Numbers
A graduate of Shih Chien University in Taiwan, industrial designer Hsiaolin Chi has worked for NakNak since 2018. He aims to provide a new perspective on daily objects that people often take for granted, carefully balancing function and form in a harmonious way.
Magis Sam Son Chair
A graduate of the Royal College of Art, Konstantin Grcic creates furniture that reflects his logical thought process, honest use of materials and respect for production methods. To him, design involves more than having fun. “It’s hard work, serious work,” he says.
DCW Editions Mantis BS1 B Floor Lamp
Born in Mainz, Germany, in 1924, Bernard Schottlander fled to England as a Jewish refugee in 1939. He worked as a welder for a short stint during the war before delving into sculpture at Leeds College of Art and the Anglo-French art center in St. John’s Wood.
Case Profile Chair
Matthew Hilton created the Profile Chair (2005) to accompany his Cross Extension Table, which was honored with the 2006 Elle Decoration Best in Furniture Award. An ergonomic solution for dining, this chair is simply shaped with splayed legs and an angled back that’s curved for comfortable support.
Design Within Reach Ven Sliding Door Credenza
Named for the Danish word for “friend,” the Ven Collection (2014) is the result of a special collaboration between Jens Risom and Chris Hardy.
Alessi Collo-Alto Salad Server Set
A native of Paris, designer Inga Sempé graduated in 1993 from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle (ENSCI).
HAY PC Pendant
Trained as an artist, Pierre Charpin of Paris focuses his work on furniture and objects, his style strongly influenced by his art background.
Menu Afteroom Plus Barstool
Stockholm-based designers Chen-Yen Wei and Hung-Ming Chen have always been drawn to slim metal stools, but when they couldn’t find one with a backrest, they decided to design their own.
Linie Design Memo Rug
A graduate of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Urd Moll Gundermann has worked with a number of international companies in the textile, fashion, print and industrial design industries.
Design House Stockholm Knot Pillow
“I’ve always been attracted to strange and unique things,” says Ragnheiður Ösp Sigurðardóttir as she explains how she developed her Knot Pillow (2011).
Design Within Reach Reid Sectional Chaise
Not just for sitting, the Reid Collection (2007) invites you to watch movies, take a nap or surf on a laptop.
HeyMat Spot Mat
Based in Oslo, Norway, Kristine Five Melvær holds master’s degrees in industrial design from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design and in visual communication from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts.
Softline Noomi Swivel Chair
Whether developing furniture, textiles, lamps or toys, Danish designer Susanne Grønlund starts with a list of what she doesn’t want to create. This discipline has made her studio a go-to for innovative, thoughtful design that’s rooted in Scandinavian traditions.

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