Is HAY Danish?

Is HAY Danish?

With designs both giftable (eye-catching scissors and swirly bowls) and livable (elegantly curved chairs, sleek tables), the Danish homeware brand Hay has become a best-kept secret for in-the-know interior enthusiasts.

Where is hay based out of?

Like the products we make and the world we live in, our stores are always evolving to reflect our universe. While our creative headquarters remain in Copenhagen, you can visit us in HAY stores in cities around the world.

Where is hay based?

What kind of grass is hay made of?

Composition. Commonly used plants for hay include mixtures of grasses such as ryegrass (Lolium species), timothy, brome, fescue, Bermuda grass, orchard grass, and other species, depending on region. Hay may also include legumes, such as alfalfa (lucerne) and clovers (red, white and subterranean).

Where is HAY based?

Where are hay chairs made?

HAY looks back with pride at the age of Danish Modern, where quality, craftsmanship and humanistic design put Denmark on the global map, and we look with excitement to the future as we explore the current possibilities inherent in new technologies, new materials and new ways of living with furniture.

Where is hay manufactured?

Hay has developed a bespoke supply chain for its Chinese operations, with warehouses in Shanghai and Beijing and a local manufacturing base.

Who founded hay?

Mette and Rolf Hay
Mette and Rolf Hay, the creators of the Danish brand Hay, have conquered the design world in a decade. It has not been easy, but the entrepreneur couple is driven by passion. They want to develop products that people grow fond of. Mette and Rolf Hay are the co-founders of Hay.

Is hay just cut grass?

Hay is grass, legumes, or other herbaceous plants that have been cut and dried to be stored for use as animal fodder, either for large grazing animals raised as livestock, such as cattle, horses, goats, and sheep, or for smaller domesticated animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs.

Can humans eat hay?

Drying out grass in the form of hay does not break down the cellulose. Therefore, similarly to grass, hay is not edible for humans.

Are hay products made in China?