Desiron's chic yet down-to-earth dining tables, benches, beds, and other custom-made items represent the sort of “real furniture” that’s so hard to come by these days. Desiron was founded in 1997 by Frank Cafaro — a third generation ironsmith from Tewksbury, NJ whose passions include snowboarding, travel, and, of course, good design. In its first decade the company enjoyed tremendous success — even creating designs for New York's Setai hotel, Mercedes-Benz, and American Express. Today, in tandem with D Gallery — an extension ofits SoHo showroom, which is dedicated to showcasing American art and design — Desiron continues its commitment to creating top-notch, forward-thinking furnishings, right here in the U.S.A.
Nothing chases away winter’s blues like a warm, cozy home. Transform any space into a comforting hideaway with rustic accessories, charming lanterns, sumptuous throws, and at least one dreamy leather chair. Then, all you need is a crackling fire. And don’t worry if you don’t have a flue; these portable designs live up to their name.
So, you’re trying to curate your very own man cave, but you need a little help moving beyond the shot glasses and sports car poster. We’re here for you. This collection is filled with thought-starters, from the big things (like billiard tables and club chairs), right down to the details: elegant accessories like R & Y Augousti’s boxes in exotic materials like malachite and watersnake, and a sleek, silvery take on a bull’s head trophy.
Desiron's sophisticated, contemporary aesthetic (and seemingly endless capabilities for customization) has attracted business from top-tier hotels, including The Setai in New York and Vail’s Four Seasons. This sale mixes vintage items like airplane-inspired table lamps with brand-new designs commissioned exclusively for Gilt. One of our favorites? The solid walnut Pelham console—it's an instant classic and meshes perfectly with any decor style.