Various notable press across the country featured a number of Knoll designs in their June 2019 issues. In an editorial on curvaceous furniture pieces Chicago Tribune highlighted Jens Risom’s Amoeba Coffee Table in walnut in article about how curves are the secret for decorating tight spaces. According to Kristin Gunnette, a Los Angeles-based interior designer at Atelier K, opined “[supple shapes] allow your floor plan to have more of a flow when you are in a tight space.”
In addition, Western Living featured the Florence Knoll Coffee Table. Editor Lucy Lao commented on how it “has been updated with a lower profile so you can kick up your feet more easily.” New England Home also included the Saarinen Executive Arm Chair with the Knoll All Star Luxe fabric in an editorial honoring the Fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing.
In Home + Design – which circulates in California, Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC – praised the 1966 collection in colors. The "Back to Nature" editorial highlighted the outdoor collection in lime geren, yellow and blue. the 1966 Collection is seen in the “Back to Nature” editorial with a photo of the collection in yellow, lime green, and blue. In CA Home + Design, the 1966 Serving Cart was specifically shown in the bright and sleek lime green shade as a suggestion on how to “style your summer.” .