Ligne Roset's Minneapolis location will close business in two months, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Store owner John Stedman said that the high-end chain has had difficulty in mid-size markets such as Minneapolis. Roam, an adjacent store carrying Blu Dot merchandise, might expand or move to a new location. Since its start 1973, Ligne Roset has grown to over 200 exclusive stores and 900 retail distributors worldwide. Headquartered in Briord, France, the company's furniture collections include decorative accessories, lighting, rugs, textiles and occasional items.
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