Known for commissioning forward-thinking home furnishings from some of the most sought-after designers, the French design firm Ligne Roset can be counted on for luxurious home decor.
Always showcasing the most intriguing designs, including a series of chairs that fit together like puzzle pieces to create variations of loveseats and sofas, as well as pillow-shaped plant pots, the company also looks for pieces that are functional. Along with adjustable pieces that can be rearranged for different uses, there are also products that give back to communities such as the furniture line made out of Hurricane Sandy debris with proceeds going towards storm victim assistance.
Ligne Roset keeps on debuting surprising collections that focus on exclusive style without compromising practicality and function.
From Chic Children's Chairs to Culinary Crystal Castles
Gil Cohen — January 23, 2013 — Art & Design
Hurricane Aftermath Furniture
Furniture from Sandy's Debris Donates Proceeds to Help Storm Victims
Ligne Roset's Chantal Table Lamp Resembles a Jellyfish
Culinary Crystal Castles
The VONSUNG Glasshouse Breeds Confusion and Awe
The Canadian Flag-Inspired Ligne Roset + Livingspace Vancouver 'Ottoman'
Many-Leafed Magazine Racks
The Ligne Roset Paper Table is a Lazy Susan Library
Chic Children's Chairs
The Mini Togo by Ligne Roset Provides Fashion-Savvy Seating for Toddlers
Sewing Box Side Tables
Picnic by GamFratesi is a Nostalgic Piece for a Contemporary Home
Adjustable Hanging Cabinets
The Ligne Roset Vanity Shelf is for the Unpredictable Decorator
Canape Ruche by Inga Sempe Looks Like Blanket-Covered Seating
Laser-Cut Paper Containers
The Gradation and Cube Air Vases are Lightweight and Strong
The Grow Bag by Martino D'Esposito
Super Minimalist Seating
The Simplissimo Series is Both Boxy and Curvy
The Sofa Ruche by Inga Sempe Blends Seating With Plush Comfort
Armless Rocking Chairs
Claudio Colucci's 'Dada' and 'Mini Dada' Fuse Fun with Function
Life-Enriching Couch Campaigns
These Ligne Roset Furniture Ads Offer Insightful New Outlook
Furniture that Changes Form & Function with Arrangement
F1 Folding Chairs and F2 Table by Nils Frederking