If there’s one opportunity that 2020 has presented us, it’s the abundance of time. Time to reconnect, time to finally read the book we could never quite get to, and most importantly, time to redecorate the shells where we have spent most of our days – our home. If you’re an interiors enthusiast, the name Ligne Roset will surely ring a bell, and now, the cult-sustainable French designer's latest collection is available to purchase in Australia.
Known for its incredible hands-on craftsmanship, high calibre production methods, and environmentally ethical design, Ligne Roset's new collection is now available for immediate purchase here in Australia through prestigious global furniture retailer, DOMO. Ligne Roset’s forward-thinking design approach and innovative collaborations with both emerging and established designers have placed their pieces a cut above the rest. Taking the world by storm with their TOGO collection, the brand's signature couch design quickly became a global icon in the décor industry – popping up in the homes of some of the world's most influential and stylish trend-setters of the last 40 years.
With investment, innovation and creativity always front of mind, they continue to push the boundaries – experimenting with shape, material and texture. Ligne Roset's latest collection is no exception – featuring an array of eccentric pieces and soft-furnishings that will give your home that extra touch.
The family-run company came into inception in 1860, beginning as a wood-processing factory established by Antoine Roset in the Ain province of France. Today, Ligne Roset is heralded by the fourth generation of the Roset family, who have championed the brand as a fierce leader in modern luxury. Placing sustainability at the heart of their business, Ligne Roset has adopted an environment-first approach since the 1970’s. The brand has committed to recycling approximately 56% of their upholstery production as well as 92% of their cabinetry pieces each year.
The perfect marriage between style and sustainability, what more could we ask for than Ligne Roset?