Ligne Roset.  Prado.

Coffee table / rectangular / contemporary / steel 360 DEGRES by Roberto Paoli Ligne Roset

Ploum sofa designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Ligne Roset

The Pursuit of Originality in the french furniture business

Chic et Design - La touche d'Agathe - sobre sober modern moderne contemporain furniture interieur livingroom staircase couture luxueux luxe

Avant Garde Lounge

Ploum, Upholstery Designer : R. & E. Bouroullec | Ligne Roset

PLOUM, Upholstery - The Ploum settees are the fruit of much research into comfort. And the result: a combination of two specific materials which, when

3d модели: Кресла - Ligne Roset TOGO 3

Might need a small explanation but otherwise comfortable, convertible and cool.

The Wonderfully Weird and Wildly Versatile Togo Sofa | Apartment Therapy

The Wonderfully Weird and Wildly Versatile Togo Sofa

Looks cozy in a fun and relaxed way. Caterpillar and designed on drugs vibe, but I like it. The Wonderfully Weird and Wildly Versatile Togo Sofa

Cultissime canapé Togo Ligne Roset | Theo Bert Pot interior

Cultissime canapé togo Ligne Roset

This is the personal favourite photo of our #instagrammeroftheweek Theo-Bert from @theobert_pot: 'I like this one very much. Beautiful light, colours and the overall style of my interior comes together in this picture I think.' #meettheinstagrammer

This is the personal favourite photo of our Theo-Bert from The Nice Stuff Collector: 'I like this one very much. Beautiful light colours and the overall style of my interior comes together in this picture I think.

Ottoman | Designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Ligne Roset, 2010  It was while working on a concept for a hotel in Marrakech that the designer had the idea for this model, inspired by the traditional Moroccan footstool. The hotel was not completed, but we were captivated by the oriental charm of this piece, filled with ''zenitude'', comfort and wellbeing. Lawrance, through his work with quilting and color, brought the creative ‘added value' which has rooted this model in modernity.

Ottoman Designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Ligne Roset, 2010 It was while working on a concept for a hotel in Marrakech that the designer had the idea for this model, inspired by the traditional Moroccan footstool.

DESDEMONE, Beds Designer : N. Nasrallah & C. Horner | Ligne Roset

DESDEMONE, Beds - Designers Nasrallah & Horner were invited to rethink the bed, as much in terms of its function as its use. The upholstered headboard

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