When it comes to Ligne Roset Furniture, we'll let their voluptuous Togo Sofa speak for them: daringly low in profile, it simply invites one to get off their high horse.
Like fellow French alumni, Baccarat, who produced humble household glass prior to art glass, Ligne Roset initially manufactured standard wood goods like umbrellas and chair frames. It wasn’t until the 1960s when the Roset family crossed paths with designer Michel Ducaroy, that they catapulted to stardom with their most beguiling line of luxury furniture. Cosmopolitan, yet fringed with elements of bohemia, Ligne Rose pieces are perhaps best summed up by the Ducaroy-designed Togo sofa. A floor-skimming design that features organic form and au natural wrinkles— it unabashedly seduces.