Art Deco mood: J. Robert Scott’s Odile sofa

Luxury furniture and textile manufacturer J. Robert Scott introduced the Odile sofa. Designed by Sally Sirkin Lewis, this is a new offering for spring this 2015. The Odile sofa was inspired by the hand gestures of the character Odile in Tchaikovsky’s ballet “Swan Lake.”  The Art Deco mood of this sofa includes a band of polished stainless steel that outlines the facing edges as well as the top of the 90-inch sofa. The Odile sofa is upholstered in Velvet Soire from the Quail Collection.

J. Robert Scott was founded in 1972 in Los Angeles by Sally Sirkin Lewis. The company owns showrooms in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Dallas and London, and representation in 16 cities in 11 countries.

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