Meet the Togos

>> Sunday, May 3, 2009

AT Entry #2
Have you heard... Michel Ducaroy's classic Togo chair has started a family?

The Togo collection would be perfect for that awesome apartment you've found, in that five story walk up, that narrows and bends so sharply you can hardly get yourself up the stairs...much less your furniture. Designed in 1973 this settee is constructed of varying layers of polyurethane and unlike most classic furniture designers, comfort was Ducaroy's top priority.

Breaking news....Togo had a baby!

Adorable right!? I just want to hug it, pinch it....
maybe carry it around in a Baby Bjorn.

You know those little Pottery Barn armchairs everyone is getting with their kid's monogram on the back? I've decided this should be the modernists' alternative. Sans monogram!

And good news Bostonians!...
You can go see this little babe for yourself at the Linge Roset on Boylston Street.

They have a ton of great pieces from their newest collection. And despite the fact that I can by no means afford a single thing on the entire sales floor {and didn't even wear fancy clothes to pretend I could} the sales people were super friendly. If you're in the area, stop by and give them a test drive.


Sara W May 4, 2009 at 1:06 PM  

i'm glad there are all kinds in this world... b/c i think those are some of the ugliest chairs i have ever seen!!! LOL!!! funny what different people like and don't like. :)

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