More Pantone Classic Blue magic for your spaces, thanks to Iota

Ligne Roset’s four designer sofas are all set to define modern living rooms with its rich upholstery in the Pantone 2020 Colour of the Year

Iota's Pantone classic blue inspired sofa collection from the brand Ligne Roset is captivating both in form and colour. Luxury and lifestyle are merged artistically in Ligne Roset's collection. Known for its collaborations with design icons, Ligne Roset has an artful approach. With them, we can always expect surprising pieces and ambiences, says Namit Ajmani, MD, Iota Boutique Furniture.


Blue is entrenched in our minds as a calming and restful colour. It’s also known as a colour that can help to concentrate and bring clarity to our thoughts. This tranquil colour helps bring a sense of peace in today’s hectic age.

The Ploum seating by Ligne Roset is the fruit of much research into comfort, designed by R&E Bouroullec. The result is a special combination of two materials: a stretchable covering and ultra-soft foam. This combination, along with the Ploum sofas' truly ample dimensions, provides extreme comfort and accommodates different ways of sitting, stretching out or even lying down. As per the designers' wishes, the large settee is asymmetrical in construction: the right-hand backrest is a little higher than the one on the left, whilst the right-hand seat is slightly deeper than the left-hand one and the zip on the rear of the backrest is off-center.  

Moel 2

Moel 2 is designed by Inga Sempe with the usual Moël bands of regular vertical quilting and a special new style of quilting in tighter bands of quilting with interrupted stitching, creating a dynamic rhythmic effect. Moël 2 speaks directly to those who appreciate natural, casual style and wish to create a warm, intimate living space to receive friends. Its high degree of comfort is affirmed by its softly rounded lines which combine to create a convivial space - and which almost makes one forget that it bears no resemblance to any other seat.

Ruché (the name refers to a gathered or pleated fabric which serves as a decoration on a piece of clothing) brings together the unusual and the traditional. The unusual thing about this piece is its solid wood structure, and the great traditional element: the quilting, the very heart of its savoir-faire. Its rangy uprights and the undulations of its duvet combine to produce a harmonious union of rigorous straight lines and soft, welcoming curves. Slender and fine, Ruché is nonetheless soft and welcoming.


Designed by Marie-Christine Dorner for Ligne Roset, Cover is just as evocative of the concept as it is of the function. Its comfort and sensuality mask brazen simplicity of use: the cover of Cover can be removed in a matter of seconds, making maintenance almost a pleasure. The cover is draped over the structure like a throw, seeming to hover over it.



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