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About DK Living

DK Living founder Rene Barreveld is inspired by a combination of traditional Northern European aesthetics and cutting-edge contemporary looks, which is what makes the brand’s furniture, lighting, rugs and other home accessories so popular among lovers of Euro-chic design. DK Home was founded in 1993, and, ever since, has focused on producing luxury home goods made of natural materials, honed to perfection by craftsmen and artisans from around the world. These materials include seashells, mother of pearl, stingray leather, silver leaf, ebony and eggshell, which combine to form pieces of furniture that become personal treasures.

Past Sales Featuring DK Living

Sale Ended October 31, 2011

Incorporate Industrial Rustic Elements

To create a rustic, industrial look that doesn't leave your home feeling like a factory (or a farm), you'll need to deploy a combination of materials. For example, hang a metal pendant light over a table set with wood-handled knives and a milk jug filled with flowers. Or, in a seating area, accent a walnut bookcase with zinc-framed mirrors, glass canisters, and a mercury glass vase. The magic is in the mix.

Sale Ended November 14, 2011

A Vase for Every Occasion

A vase is one of the most effortless ways to perk up a room's look, and we've got a huge range of options to suit every style and taste. Go colorful with Cyan's purple Porpora, or Gaia & Gino's striking cobalt blue options; or get a little metallic in time for the holidays—Michael Aram's silvery Garland vase is the perfect winter table centerpiece. Why not try grouping a few together to magnify the aesthetic effect?

Sale Ended June 19, 2012

Home Decor Under $50

Personalize your space without pillaging your checking account: Here, you’ll find Italian glass vases, embellished bowls, candle holders, picture frames, and more — and each one is under $50.

Sale Ended October 06, 2011

Design by Nature

Organic modernism finds inspiration in nature’s fluid lines and idiosyncratic shapes. Inspired by this movement—and the natural, freeform silhouettes and colors of fall—we've gathered designs that merge indoors with outdoors. We love the authentic elegance of furnishings and textiles made from materials like rattan, wood, linen, and jute, in addition to the sculptural qualities of a petrified tree trunk or a lamp made of twisted vines.