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February Top 5 with A&D Representative Lauren Williams

Spruce up your space with these beautiful designs from our partners Herman Miller, Maharam, naughtone, and Design Within Reach!

February 24, 2021
Two Nelson Coconut Lounge Chairs, one black leather and one black and white checkered, facing each other on a white background.

Herman Miller's Nelson Coconut Chair

Designed in 1955 by George Nelson this iconic seat was created "to give lounge seating comfort, together with great freedom of movement.” This classic chair has been updated with a new polymer shell to make its production more sustainable and expanded upholstery options to provide more freedom of choice, all while remaining true to Nelson's original design intent. Learn more and request a quote here.

An image of Hew Shape E which is a solid wood figure with a shallow bowl shaped top on top of a rounded cone shape with a hole in its middle.
Credit: Design Within Reach

Design Within Reach's Hew Side Table

Designer Pat Kim created the six different pieces in the Hew Side Table Collection to celebrate the organic shapes found in a forest. A single solid wood piece, these tables were created when Kim took "a bunch of wood scraps and start[ed] turning them just for form exploration." Each table is both beautiful and functional, serving as a surface, seat, or sculpture. Learn more and request a quote here.

An image of a rainbow colored basketwoven wool Multitone Maharam Rug on a white background.

Maharam's Multitone Rug

Dutch artist Hella Jongerius believes that a great rug should include "interesting yarns, great construction, and the right technique to give the pattern dazzling oxygen.” With her Multitone Rug, created in 2014, she achieves all three. This handwoven rug is made of 100% wool and is the perfect way to add color to any space. Learn more and request a quote here.

A tall blue AJ Floor Lamp on a white background.
Credit: Design Within Reach

Design Within Reach's AJ Floor Lamp

Danish artist Arne Jacobsen created this floor lamp in 1960 for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. One of the first artists to introduce modern furniture to Denmark the design echoes the oblique angles of his furniture, adding a simple functional beauty to any room. Learn more and request a quote here.

An image of a Knot Table with a black knotted base and a round wood top on a white background.
Credit: naughtone

naughtone Knot Table

A great worksurface addition for your living room, or really, any room, the Knot Table takes it's name from the knotted tube stem. It's small scale makes it easy to move around your house - use it as a laptop stand or to hold your popcorn during a movie! Learn more and request a quote here.

A light grey Knot Pillow stacked on top of a lime and charcoal grey Knot Pillow.
Credit: Design Within Reach

Design Within Reach's Knot Pillow

The Knot Pillow, designed in 2011 by Ragnheiður Ösp Sigurðardóttir started as an experiment with tubular knotting. "I’ve always been attracted to strange and unique things. I try to create unusual designs, products that are unpredictable and that make people curious,” Sigurðardóttir remarked. Add this playful, artistic twist on a throw pillow to your couch or lounge chair! Learn more and request a quote here.

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