Decca Home to Launch Rottet Home at High Point Market

Decca HomeHIGH POINT, N.C.-Decca Home will debut the Rottet Home Collection, a new furniture assortment by Houston-based architect and designer Lauren Rottet at the High Point Market.

The collection, preceded by the designer's extensive portfolio of projects in hospitality, commercial and residential design, includes dining room, upholstery and occasional furnishings. Gray cerused oak veneers, acrylic, carrara marble and stainless steel highlight the list of materials used to craft this collection of 33 SKUs. The products will debut in the Bolier showroom at 311 N. Hamilton St.

"Each piece in the Rottet Home Collection is either a solution to a found need or a realization of an idea and or image regarding how furniture can be set in a space like an art object, yet serve a functional and comforting need," said Lauren Rottet.

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