Since 2002, Hay designing simple 1950s and 60s style furniture, lamps and furnishing accessories with clean lines and natural materials, at affordable prices.
Hay is a Danish design company, established in 2002. The first furniture collection was presented in Cologne in 2003 and was an immediate success. Since then, Hay has constantly expanded its palette, offering many home décor items, and is today considered one of the most dynamic and innovative Scandinavian design publishers.
Hay has always believed that good design is everyone's right. That's why, from the very beginning, co-founders and creative directors Mette and Rolf Hay were committed to working with the best designers of their generation to create high-quality products that were available to a wide audience.
Hay aim is to encourage the return of Danish design from the 1950s in a contemporary way, as contemporary culture is the way to keep up with the world around us. Hay design furniture like the Palissade collection, About a Chair, the J77 chairs, the J110 armchairs, ... have a marked Danish style, all at accessible and affordable prices.
In developing its furniture collections, inspired by architecture, art and fashion, Hay is determined to promote the originality of young, curious and brave talents from around the world and explore the unique ideas of established designers. These Danish designer collections will bring a whole new charm to your home.
The manufacturer can congratulate itself on a remarkable success and have enthusiasts all over the world. But what makes Hay so special is the conception of original furniture that exudes lightness. They are comfortable, practical and affordable. It is this philosophy that makes the brand so enjoyable.
The Hay brand focuses on developing durable products that minimize their environmental impact. It is committed to the use of sustainable materials such as recycled materials, FSC certified wood and water-based lacquers, with a growing number of eco-certified products. Hay furniture catalog follows strict regulatory requirements and most furniture meets international standards for strength, durability and safety.