There’s a Massive Herman Miller Sale—Here’s What You Should Scoop Up Pronto
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There’s a Massive Herman Miller Sale—Here’s What You Should Scoop Up Pronto

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By Samantha Daly
Design Within Reach’s sale on over 200 Herman Miller pieces runs from May 2-14.

If you’re a modern furniture nerd like we are, you’ll share our excitement over the Herman Miller sale at Design Within Reach, which starts May 2 and runs through May 14. Enjoy free shipping and save 15% on classic pieces by Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Isamu Noguchi, and more.

Nelson Ball Wall Sconce
Nelson Ball Wall Sconce
Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1945 to 1972, once said, “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design.
Herman Miller Spot Barstool
Herman Miller Spot Barstool
After being schooled in industrial design and engineering at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College in London, Michael Anastassiades founded his own studio in 1994.
Noguchi Rudder Table
Noguchi Rudder Table
Originally designed in 1947, the Noguchi Rudder Table is a reintroduction of an iconic coffee table originally designed in 1947. The balance of sculptural form and durable function has made the Noguchi Table an understated and beautiful element in homes and offices since its introduction.
Eames Walnut Stool
Eames Walnut Stool
Ray Eames drew on her training as a sculptor to design a new kind of occasional piece for the lobby of the Time-Life Building in New York City. Eames Walnut Stools became her favorite seats and were liberally scattered about the Charles and Ray Eames home in Pacific Palisades.
Magis Baguette Table
Magis Baguette Table
Brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec founded their own design firm in 1999, where they work on everything from architectural projects to small utilitarian items such as furniture, tableware and home accessories.
Herman Miller Striad Chair
Herman Miller Striad Chair
Introducing a new classic from Herman Miller, the company behind the Eames® Lounge, Aeron® Chair and other revolutions in comfortable seating.
Nelson Platform Bench
Nelson Platform Bench
George Nelson’s Platform Bench (1946) is one of the great icons of midcentury modernism. For Herman Miller’s influential design director, utility was as important as beauty, and his spare rectangular bench is the result of this belief.
Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman
Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman
It’s no surprise that Charles and Ray Eames spent much of their careers investigating molded plywood—but when they introduced their lounge chair and ottoman in 1956, they immediately made history.
Herman Miller Polygon Wire Table, Small
Herman Miller Polygon Wire Table, Small
The name Studio 7.5 comes from an idea to rent a 7.5-ton truck, put a model shop in it and drive from one project to another. Freedom of movement is important for founding designers Claudia Plikat, Burkhard Schmitz and Carola Zwick, who move freely – and smartly – in the creation of their products.
Girard Color Wheel Ottoman
Girard Color Wheel Ottoman
After being recruited by none other than Charles Eames to become director of design for the Herman Miller textile division in 1952, Alexander Girard was given the freedom to experiment with vibrant hues and patterns in his work.
Noguchi Table
Noguchi Table
With its curved wood base and free-form glass top, this accent table by Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi blurs the divide between art and furniture. The now-iconic design was nearly stolen: Noguchi submitted a mockup to furniture maker T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings before...
Herman Miller Distil Desk
Herman Miller Distil Desk
Designer Todd Bracher approaches his work by studying how people interact with objects. “I try to capture what’s meaningful in that exchange,” he explains.
Nelson Pear Tripod Lamp
Nelson Pear Tripod Lamp
Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1945 to 1972, once said, “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design.
Magis Air Side Chair, Set of 4
Magis Air Side Chair, Set of 4
Jasper Morrison’s inventive approach to materials and form takes new shape in the construction of his Air Collection (2000). The celebrated designer achieves these sleek and strong pieces by injection-molding a combination of polypropylene and glass fiber.
Eames Hang-It-All
Eames Hang-It-All
Charles and Ray Eames brought a sense of play to all their work, including the Hang-It-All. It took the everyday coat rack to a new place that was inventive and fun. More than just a conversation piece, the Hang-It-All holds anything that slips over its 14 hooks.
Herman Miller Formwork Pencil Cup
Herman Miller Formwork Pencil Cup
Working from their studio in London, American designer Kim Colin and British designer Sam Hecht have been honored with more than 50 international awards, including four IF Gold Awards. Accolades, however, are not why they are in this business.
Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair
Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair
Designers Charles and Ray Eames established their long and legendary relationship with Herman Miller in 1946 with this boldly original molded plywood lounge chair featuring metal legs.
Nelson Thin Edge Bedside Table
Nelson Thin Edge Bedside Table
George Nelson was the design director at Herman Miller from 1945 to 1972, and his influence over three decades is what made the Michigan-based company what it is today.
Magis Spun Chair
Magis Spun Chair
Spun is a genuinely unique experience. Its sculptural form entrances the viewer with shaping and texture that recall the nuances seen in hand-thrown pottery. The scoop seating rotates on a pointed base so that sitters can sink into low seating to relax, and pivot or sway.
Nelson Swag Leg Desk
Nelson Swag Leg Desk
The Swag Leg Collection (1958), originally called Swaged-Leg, began when George Nelson asked Charles Pollock, “Wouldn’t it be beautiful to have some kind of sculptured leg on a piece of furniture?” In pursuing this idea, the designers had to figure out how to make machine-formed metal legs that...