Collection We’re Coveting: Society Social

By Jeanne Lyons Davis //

It’s hard to remember a time when every well-appointed living room didn’t include an impeccably-styled (and well-stocked!) bar cart. You can thank Roxy Te for resurrecting the midcentury trend in 2011 by launching Society Social with six insanely popular bar cart designs. She set the bar high, and seven years later, continues to delight consumers with an expanded offering of modern and playful designs for the whole home, including upholstered furniture, textured tables, cane mirrors, and yes, standout bar carts.

At High Point this fall, Roxy debuted Society Social’s latest collection, which is available online today! We can’t stop thinking about the beautiful new line—made in North Carolina!— that features more than a dozen fresh designs with Society Social’s signature modern aesthetic. While we’re loving the preppy Newport Grasscloth End Tables and Savannah Trellis Credenza (both available in 1,500 color ways!), our favorite might just have to be the Bridgehampton Rattan Stool (pictured above).

Shop Society Social’s new collection below and tell us what you’re loving!

Tate loves it, too!

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  1. Ever heard of Bielecky Brothers? or seen what the Hinson and company showroom looked like from 1978 until 2010? The designer of this collection owes a ton of debt to both of those for the inspiration.