The new 2013 collection from Ligne Roset

It was impossible not to be distracted yesterday by the arrival in the post of a new Ligne Roset catalogue. The French furniture brand is the source of many of the items on my most-longed-for list. It's a company with an appetite for creativity and innovation as well as elegance, and their collections feature the work  of established design names such as the Bouroullec brothers alongside young emerging designers.

Michel Ducaroy's Togo sofa (above) is one of their most recognisable pieces - an iconic design classic first produced in 1973, but it's Inga Sempé's Ruche bed (below) with it's distinctive quilting that is currently top of my wish list. I love how it combines a traditional wooden frame with soft, welcoming curves and undulations in such an unexpected way. It's expensive, but I'm lusting after it anyway.

Here's some more inspiration from the collection for you to enjoy.

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