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A rug from the PLATA collection at Roche Bobois PHOTOS COURTESY OF: ROCHE BOBOIS
A rug from the PLATA collection at Roche Bobois.

1. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
Head to King of Prussia Mall’s newest wing for the luxury furniture store’s stunning collection of sofas, sectionals, ottomans and more. Plus, a bounty of textured pillows to add your own personality. 350 Mall Blvd., Ste. 3091, King of Prussia, 610.321.3600, mgbwhome.com

2. Restoration Hardware
Their artist collaborations—such as the Cloud modular sofa collection by Timothy Oulton—promise to bring your interior design fantasies to life. Complement your new piece with a handcrafted artisan rug from their new Mosaic handknotted silk collection. 432 Mall Blvd., King of Prussia, 610.265.5959, rhmodern.com

3. Roche Bobois
Wander around Old City’s Roche Bobois showroom to get lost in their bold yet simplistic home design. Each piece, whether that be a Sacha Lakic marshmallow-fabric lounge armchair or a Pietra ceramic cocktail table, is crafted with eco-centered design in mind. 311 Arch St., 215.922.2900, roche-bobois.com

4. Minima
Minima offers its clients every service possible, from design consultations and furniture placement to floor plans and layout with two stores on North Third Street. The modern design showroom has been open for 20 years, and holds works of noted designers such as Emeco, Walter Knoll and Prandino. 131 N. Third St., 215.922.2002, minima.us

5. Mode Moderne
Cherner, 1stdibs and Modernica are three of Mode Moderne’s iconic brands. Since 1979, owners Michael Glatfelter and Michael Wilson have been selling these handpicked items from different design movements of the 20th century. 159 N. Third St., 215.627.0299, modemoderne.com

6. Vito Italia
Exquisite furniture designed and crafted in Italy is Vito Italia’s specialty. Wellknown for its luxurious sofas, sectionals and glossy, lacquered-wood bookshelves, Vito Italia is Philadelphia’s opulent favorite for all things living room, bedroom and more from brands such as Rugiano, Busnelli and Arflex. 323 Race St., 406.534.7050, vitoitalia.com

7. Grossman Furniture
With 90 years of experience, it comes as no surprise that Grossman Furniture is a go-to for locals looking to add personality to their home. With options from over 200 manufacturers, the store boasts pieces from designers like Robin Bruce and Stearns & Foster. 206 Arch St., 267.329.4897, grossmanfurniture.com

8. Ligne Roset
All pieces are manufactured in France and are curated with sustainability in mind. So, whether you choose the suspended Brass Bell lighting display by Patrick Zulauf or their signature-brand Copenhague throw blankets, you can be sure that you’re doing a bit of good. 33 N. Second St., 267.455.0374, ligne-roset.com

Tags: home decor

Categories: Guide

Courtesy of Roche Bobois