THE latest collection from Marbella interior design store Roche Bobois may be called Trocadero but it has nothing to do with the swanky beach restaurant in Sotogrande.
But the furniture and furnishings maker is, like Trocadero beach club, extremely sophisticated and refined.
Branch director, Cecile Peyrard, is celebrating the Marbella store’s 30th birthday and she welcomed 80 party goers for the unveiling of the latest collection last month.
This season, the well known Parisian brand Roche Bobois is offering two quality collections: the ‘contemporary’ and the ‘new classics’.
The contemporary collection offers sumptuous leather sofas, classy wood and glass dining tables and much more, with clients able to choose and order furniture to order – the team caters to your every whim.
While the new classics offer a modern twist on the old favourites such as beautiful armchairs and cherry wood tables.
“Marbella is an interesting place to for interior design because often people are looking for a complete service on their houses which they may well buy unfurnished,” explains Cecile.
“We can do absolutely everything for them, from the furniture and curtains down to carpet lights, accessories and wallpaper.”
Roche Bobois prides itself for planning how a room will look in 3D to help the client visualise how their new home will look.
“At the moment everyone is asking for a fabric sofa from the new classics collection, it’s a three-seater called Playlist. That’s probably our bestseller at the moment,” she continues.
And the famous Trocadero collection (pictured) is an elegant blend of 1950s influence with a walnut table and brass touches.
Although the furniture was not influenced by elegant restaurant Trocadero in Sotogrande, Cecile senses a collaboration between the two high-end brands could be a good idea.
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