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Roche Bobois Has Every Home Decor Form For Fall

Claire Harper | October 18, 2019 | Lifestyle

Design powerhouse Roche Bobois hits the jackpot (yet again) with its fall/winter 2019 collection.

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The Leaf cocktail table designed by Antoine Fritsch and Vivien Durisotti.

With the opening of the Roche Bobois (roche-‌bobois.com) showroom at Westfield UTC, it’s only fitting that your house get a design revamp, and what better time than now, with the recent debut of the brand’s fall/winter collection? Exploring the true essence of forms, the new series echoes the geometric shapes that structure your home’s interior. And two lines in particular are catching our eyes as the perfect additions to your SoCal abode. Drawing on the idea that comfort is more than a physical experience, the pieces in Smoothing Out the Edges line take physical comfort to the next level with the addition of rounded corners to soften your interiors. The line includes sofas, chairs, side tables and, our personal fave, the leaf cocktail table, featuring three tops in engraved colorless acrylic glass, legs in solid oak with white ceruse finish and a steel base. For sharper geometric aesthetics, the Triangular Formation line utilizes the innate balance of a triangle’s geometry. From the zigzag entertainment stand to the origami table and the totem vases, which utilize hypnotizing motifs, these pieces are the perfect eye-catching additions to your California-chic decor.

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Waterline II and III occasional tables.

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The Totem vase designed by Jean-Christophe Clair using handturned red clay earthenware.



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