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Robertson Blvd Block Party!

  Come join us and our closest neighbors for an evening of refreshments and 20% savings on everything in our showroom. This coming Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at 116 S Robertson, between 3rd St and Alden Dr, 5pm - 8pm.     

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Our new NICOLE SASSAMAN flagship showroom is open!

  After a 3 month build out, we are excited to finally open our doors to our flagship showroom located in the heart of the main shopping district on Robertson Blvd, in Los Angeles. We have curated a collection of home decor, curiosities, luxury leather accessories, original artwork and furniture from all around the world. Italian leather trays, shagreen furniture and silver table art from renowned German manufacturer Robbe and Berking, are just some of the items you will find.  We would love to show you around, so stop by,  say hello and grab a complimentary premium cotton tote bag while they last! The showroom is located at 116 S Robertson Blvd in Los Angeles and we are open Monday through...

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Spring calls for traveling and a little bit of shopping!

As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, we all have the tendency to spend more time outdoors. For all of us who are parents, the school spring break also gives us the opportunity to take a little vacation as well. Whether by car or airplane we like to get out and discover new places! And we all love bringing back little things, souvenirs of sorts, to remind us of our travels. Personally, when I travel I love to shop for souvenirs in art galleries, museums and eye catching furniture showrooms.  Case in point, last April I was in Mumbai and amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, I came across SIMONE -  a gorgeous home lifestyle store housed in a beautifully restored heritage...

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The low slung sofa. As stylish today as back then. And they are here to stay.

It's been said every 20 years or so, fashion styles re-emerge to become de rigeur again. We tend to see that in furniture design as well. In furniture though, the height of a piece plays a fundamental role in the design. Sure there is material and finishes to consider, but the (lower) height is usually the big differentiator. As people move toward cleaner, simpler and uncluttered lives the lowered sofa seems to compliment that lifestyle. And it has become a standard in furniture collections. It seems everyone from low to mid-range companies such as Crate and Barrell and Restoration Hardware to the higher end brands such as Minotti and B&B Italia all have a standard "low" slung sofa in all...

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