12.09.2013

Take me to Togo

If you follow me on Instagram, then you know that I am desperately looking for the perfect sofa for our new home. I've been day dreaming of the Ligne Roset Togo sofa, even if I'll probably never have the budget for it. Designed in 1973 by Michel Ducaroy, it is hard to believe that Togo is celebrating its 40 year anniversary since its lines are so modern and trendy. I love the Togo sofa in jet black. Here it is in action...



Si vous me suivez sur Instagram, alors vous savez que je suis en pleine recherche d'un canapé pour notre nouveau salon. Je me surprend à rêver éveillée du sofa Togo de Ligne Roset, même si mon budget ne me le permettra probablement jamais. Un classique de 1973 par Michel Ducaroy, il est difficile de réaliser que Togo fête ses 40 ans cette année tant ses formes sont actuelles et modernes. Je "surlike" le Togo en version cuir noir. 


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8 Comments:

  1. Hello !
    Je n'ai encore jamais mis de commentaires avant alors je me lance !
    Votre blog est vraiment génial !!!
    Et en ce qui concerne le sofa "un classique intemporel", la version cuir noir ,simplement magnifique et un peu cher je l'avoue !!

    Anthony

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    1. Merci Anthony pour vos doux mots sur mon blog! Et merci d'avoir pris le temps d'écrire un commentaire ;)

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  2. I can see how cool it looks, but.... We once had the Togo in our house for 2 months as a replacement for a couch that had to be sent back to the factory. What I remember most is the effort it took to get out of it. Really as if we were climbing a mountain. I recently saw (and tried) one again. Still the same. Can't recommend it. The Bouroullec sofa by Ligne Roset has similar comfort (maybe a different appeal) and is much much easier to get up from. Sorry, kind regards, Simone

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    1. Nothing to be sorry about, Simone, since i can't afford it, that's a great excuse! Haha! But thank you for your opinion on this, i thought you meant it was too comfy to get out of it, but it seems that you were not enjoying it. Oh well, my search continues. Xo, Si-

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    2. I think part of the (visual) appeal is that it is so low that visually it leaves a lot of spaciousness of the room above it. It is comfy to sit in, but not very versatile to take on more people than it is made for (so a 2 seat piece is really just for 2, this because it is not a flat surface but has a "dent" for each person).
      I said sorry because sometimes when one makes remarks like this people can't really "un-see" it. Have a wonderful day in your new home town.

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  3. Ce canapé a l'air si comfortable, un vrai rêve pour un moment de relax total!!
    xo, Flo

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  4. Ha ha when you posted on Instagram which sofa to get, I immediately wanted to say the Ligne Roset Togo but then I thought well the price is a little insane… but we can dream! Oh it's my favorite but I do love the burnt orange… really true love for me! Mel x

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  5. for some reason i'm very turned off by leather furniture. i just don't like it at all. it doesn't have the texture of softness that appeals to me... i like things that look cold or stark... like a monochromatic palette, bare wood floors, anti-clutter, but i do NOT like things that actually feel like it.

    the sofa/chairs in the lower left, though... yes!

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