It was a starry night at Architectural Digest’s One World Trade Center headquarters in New York City. On January 11th, DECASO co-hosted a cocktail party with Architectural Digest editor in chief Amy Astley at the Conde Nast penthouse overlooking Manhattan. We were at capacity with over 150 attendees, including some of the biggest names in the design industry. All were excited to hear about DECASO as new sourcing opportunity. See photos from the fête below! Read More
From 16th century England to Denmark in the heyday of mid-century modernism, the wingback chair has been a staple of style in interiors for many years. Learn the history of this story and what to look for when you shop.Read More
Lavish, flamboyant, stylistically fearless—there is simply no catchall term for Karl Springer furniture. From sculptural benches that boast shapes so divine we’d grandfather them in as the 27th letter of the alphabet if we could, to that omnipresent soufflé pouf (which resembles a velvety kernel ready to pop, no?), Springer gave luxury furniture a reason to shed its stodgy skin and try on a daring new guise.