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About Desiron

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.

Past Sales Featuring Desiron

Sale Ended February 04, 2012

How To: Snuggle Up by the Fire

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.

Sale Ended May 10, 2012

Coffee Tables & Consoles

Let’s get down to basics: No home is complete without a dining table and a coffee table. Shop this sale for tables high and low, in styles as diverse as mid-century modern, farmhouse rustic, and contemporary-sleek.

Sale Ended May 26, 2012

Back to Basics: Furniture

These essential furniture pieces will truly anchor a room. We’ve got something for every style, whether you’re looking for contemporary lines in bold color or classic wood and upholstered pieces. Take your pick, and you’ll be well on your way to a room that’s inspired by design.

Sale Ended December 19, 2011

Mastering the Mix

Traditional and modern design elements needn’t be adversaries; they can, in fact, be blended effortlessly. Start with an investment piece, like Payne Street’s antique Chinese buffet, with classic, clean lines. Then add accessories that exude modern flair, but don’t overwhelm; a single abstract art print (we love Jamie Drake’s <i>Pop Color</i>) or grouping of three sleek, sculptural vases will do the trick. The key is to create a mix that feels organic rather than jarring.