Kudos: Roche Bobois

The 'Sale' sign at Roche Bobois is made up of small images of furniture and accessories. Photo: Phyllis Pfeiffer

We all love a sale. But let’s face it, many stores hang up signs that are, well, tacky. Not Roche Bobois.

The French furniture retailer that has two side-by-side stores in the 7600 block of Girard, one displaying traditional furniture and the other with modern designs, has a most elegant sale sign across its windows. Get up close and notice that the letters are made up of tiny couches, chairs and lamps.

This feature gives kudos to businesses, property owners and institutions that do their part to help make La Jolla beautiful. Send suggestions to kudos@lajollalight.com.

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