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Form & Function Laure Maillé picks future classics from her new London furniture store

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Since the Silvera family established its eponymous furniture showroom in Paris in 1990, the business has grown to encompass 10 separate spaces in the French capital. This month, it opens its first branch outside of Paris, crossing the Channel to London’s Chelsea neighborhood. Laure Maillé heads up the multibrand store, which carries some of the leading international furniture and lighting brands, together with lesser-known interiors oferings, to suit varying budgets and styles. Her taste for organic forms and natural materials informs her choice of three favorite items from the newly opened London outpost. —MAX FRASER

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