Known for its artful collaborations with both established and up-and-coming talent, Ligne Roset is France’s leading producer of luxury contemporary furnishings. For 150 years the family-run company has paired original design with technical and material innovations, developing bold and beautiful furniture, lighting, rugs, textiles and occasional items. From Pierre Paulin’s Tanis desk to Ronan and Erwan Bouroullecs’ Facett sofa, each Ligne Roset piece is a quiet gem, able to transcend trends and the passage of time. In the words of Michel Roset, who co-manages the company with his brother Pierre: “Good furniture gives great pleasure, and we take great pleasure in making good furniture.”
Is your bedroom looking a little tired? Refresh it in an afternoon with this edited collection of luxe linens, furniture, lighting and glassware. Outstanding pieces include Jonathan Adler’s hand-tufted Chain Rug, John Robshaw’s Pichhwai Violet bolster, Ligne Roset’s Sala Capucine chair and Fazzini’s colorful Antigua sheets.
Create a stylish guest room with furniture, accessories and bedding from this master list of top design-world names. Start with foundational furniture pieces from Ligne Roset, add a 500-thread-count jacquard sheet set from Couleur Nature, and finish it all off with accessories like Cenedese’s bold Murano-glass vases. Caution: Your guest may not leave.
Known for its artful collaborations with established and up-and-coming talent, Ligne Roset is France’s leading producer of luxury contemporary furnishings. Celebrate the company’s 150th anniversary this year by acquiring classic pieces like Ronan and Erwan Bouroullecs’ Facett armchair, whose complicated stitching recalls the complex folds of origami, or a glossy Kendo low table, perfect alone or grouped in a bunch. There are also small storage chests, tableware and cool lighting fixtures on offer.
A delicious mix of bohemianism and creativity, the Rive Gauche is Paris’ artistic heart, where modern-art galleries nestle against centuries-old buildings. Bring the area’s insouciant style home with this assortment of furnishings, lighting, and textiles, from Ligne Roset’s colorful Sala dining chairs to Barreveld’s antiqued silver-glass vase.