It’s Black Friday
…and we get it. We know what you want. More shopping, less reading. And so, here’s what we have on sale this Black Friday. Knock yourselves out!
Eames, Nelson, Noguchi. These giants started Herman Miller’s tradition of excellent design
during the Mid-Century furniture design revolution. More recently, ergonomic giants like
Stumpf, Weber, and Behar have had their say. The Aeron, Embody, and Sayl chairs have joined
the ranks of what can be called classic design. Save 15% on Herman Miller’s entire catalog.
Surya rugs, pillows, throws, and poufs are a stunning 20% off right now. Beautify your home
this Black Friday. Or give the gift your loved one won’t forget!
From now until the end of January 2014, Stressless and Smart Furniture are running a charity
sales event. Save $150 off the standard price, and give a little towards a worthy cause while
you’re at it. $50 of your purchase price will go toward either the Chattanooga Food Bank or the
Chattanooga Humane Society (Smart Furniture is located in Chattanooga).
Yes, that’s right. Knoll’s stable of iconic designs by Saarinen, Bertoia, and Mies van der Rohe
can be had for no shipping charge. While it’s not quite a full-fledged sale, the savings to you
come out near the same percentage in the end, since Knoll generally requires us to charge
shipping even during sale periods.
Deep breath. Now you know what to look forward to during our Black Friday sale. Keep it easy and shop from home at Smart Furniture this year!
When you’re done looking through that list of major brands and killer deals, finish up your Black Friday shopping by browsing through our Holiday Gift Guide for stocking-stuffers. You’ll find plenty of items your friends and family will love.
Mirra 2 Update
Interested in Herman Miller’s new Mirra 2 Chair (available early 2014)? It’s the chair that Men’s Journal named “best in class” recently, rating it higher than chairs from Knoll and Steelcase. Learn more now.
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