HAY’s Summer Sale Will Make All Your Danish Design Dreams Come True



Run—don’t walk—to HAY for one of the best sales of the season. But hurry—these deals won’t last long.

If these items look familiar, it’s because just about every issue of Dwell Magazine features HAY products on its pages. The Danish brand offers home goods and furnishings that are universally loved by minimalists and modernists alike. Here are our top picks from HAY’s summer sale—scoop them up before they sell out!

HAY Pyramid Table 02

Designed to be functional, light and strong, the Pyramid Table 02 features a steel-sheet base and oak top that create an uncluttered workspace. Originally created by Wim Rietveld in the 1950s, the Pyramid collection has been relaunched by HAY with Ahrend. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Rebar Side Table With Tray

The Rebar collection explores the possibilities of re-contextualizing construction materials and processes. This side table stands out with a design that juxtaposes a reinforced steel bar frame with a black marble top to create a balanced aesthetic. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Shallow Saucepan

Made in durable stainless steel, the Shallow Saucepan has straight sides with a secure and comfortable stay-cool handle. Suitable for use on all ranges and dishwasher safe. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Cornet Barstool

The Cornet Barstool is a classic barstool featuring an innovative steel tube technique inspired by bicycle racks. The round solid oak seat rests on a slender steel base, creating an interesting balance of proportion and profile. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Palissade Lounge Chair Low

The Palissade Lounge Chair is part of a collection of outdoor furniture designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. Each piece is united by a strong graphical silhouette that is strong without being bulky, and elegant without being fragile. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Water Kettle

In a traditional teapot shape, HAY’s Water Kettle is made of stainless steel and features a stay-cool plastic handle and knob on the lid for easy lifting. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Copenhague 20 Round Table

The Copenhague 20 Round Table, part of the HAY Copenhague collection designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, is available in stained and lacquered oak. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Lup Table Candle Holder

Shane Schneck has turned a line drawing of the classic candleholder into a tangible shape using solid brass, copper or black powder coated steel wire. Photo Courtesy of HAY

Hay Point Pencil Sharpener

Point Pencil Sharpener can sharpen either one or two sizes of pencil. Made in natural beech wood with steel blades. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Palissade Dining Armchair

Brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec founded their Paris-based design firm in 1999, where they design architectural projects, large-scale art installations, furniture, rugs, tableware and home accessories. Their work has been exhibited worldwide, from MoMA in New York to Centre Pompidou in Paris to Tel Aviv Museum of Art. For the Danish design collective HAY, the brothers designed the Palissade Collection (2015). Designed in color and form to integrate effortlessly into a natural landscape or urban setting, this collection stands out for its combination of visual simplicity and core strength. Palissade is strong without being bulky, elegant without being fragile. Stacks up to eight high. Made in China. Photo Courtesy of Design Within Reach

HAY Eiffel Rectangular Coffee Table

Based on a simple layering principal, Depping and Jørgensen created a flexible range of occasional tables using cast-aluminum frames and powder-coated MDF rectangular, square or triangular shelves in various configurations. Eiffel is also available as shelving system components. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Jug

Expert glass artist Jochen Holz has created this Jug for HAY, a simple, organic design that’s uniquely strong yet graceful, a look reinforced by the uneven shape of the rim and downward curve of the handle. The HAY Jug is made from borosilicate glass for extra heat resistance. Photo Courtesy of Hay

HAY Hee Lounge Chair

Inspiration can come from anywhere, and in the case of this lounge chair by Hee Welling, it was a refrigerator. More specifically, the wire shelves inside the refrigerator caught the eye of this industrial designer. At the time, Welling was fiddling with an idea for creating a chair that uses only one material. Altering this criteria a small bit, he added a powder-coated finish and created his Hee Collection (2004) for Danish design collective HAY. The durable powder-coated finish makes the Hee Lounge Chair suitable for indoor and outdoor use by protecting the solid steel underneath. Hee chairs and stools have been used in contract settings worldwide, including the Hoxton Hotel in England, Helsingør Hospital in Denmark and Infineon Offices in Germany. Imagine if that original refrigerator had glass shelves. This lounge chair stacks for storage. Made in China. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Aluminum Tray

HAY’s Aluminum Tray combines the lightness and durability of aluminum with an industrial design. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY Eiffel Triangular Side Table

Based on a simple layering principal, Depping and Jørgensen created a flexible range of occasional tables using cast-aluminum frames and powder-coated MDF rectangular, square or triangular shelves in various configurations. Eiffel is also available as shelving system components. Photo Courtesy of HAY

HAY He She It Towel

The He She It Towel series is made in soft, absorbent cotton and features Nathalie Du Pasquier’s intuitive designs woven into each towel. The three have slightly varying patterns that work as a complete set or can be used as singular pieces. Photo Courtesy of HAY

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