For more than 30 years, Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA) has served the design community with the finest campus amenities and showrooms in the industry, attracting world-class designers, architects, decorators, dealers and their clients.
At nearly 800,000 square feet, the campus features high design with over 35 premier showroom locations, catering to any home, yacht or office project. Fine indoor and outdoor furniture, fabrics, flooring, lighting, kitchen, bath, antiques, accessories, appliances, window treatments, decorative hardware, paint, and surfacing are just some of the resources found within the center.
Each showroom’s purchasing, quote and sample policies vary on a case-by-case basis. Many showrooms will sell only to qualified designers & trade professionals. Check with each showroom for more details.
Design and Trade Professionals
DCOTA is a mixed-use building with to-the-trade design showrooms. While designer registration is not required for admission to DCOTA, it is strongly advised. Each showroom will qualify design professionals and trade buyers when they enter unless they are not already a known customer of the showroom. Please be sure to have photo identification, business card and resale certificates with you when visiting for seamless reception. Admission policies may vary from showroom to showroom, as do sample and quote request requirements.
Design Center Visitors
All visitors interested in home furnishings and interior design are welcome and encouraged to visit DCOTA to browse our showrooms. Our lobby Concierge staff is available to help you find your way and answer any questions you might have.
Visitors should understand that they are courtesy guests at DCOTA and that the showrooms are “to-the-trade” selling wholesale to interior design professionals and qualified buyers who purchase on behalf of their clients.
DCOTA Design Services
DCOTA’s luxury showrooms represent thousands of manufacturers dedicated to offering the finest in home furnishings and accessories. DCOTA Design Services, LLC is a unique and upscale resource that provides the public with a Design Consulting & Buying Program and a Preferred Designers Program.
Design Consulting and Buying Program
DCOTA Design Services provides a unique Design Consulting & Buying Program to consumers not presently working with a design professional who want to have the opportunity to purchase luxury items not available to the public. With thousands of lines of product available through our exclusive showrooms, the range of choices can be daunting. Collaborating with a professional who is trained in scale, proportion, and balance offers you unmatched value when creating solutions for your residential project.
Preferred Designers Program
The Preferred Designers Program is a complimentary referral service that helps connect consumers to trade professionals. DCOTA Design Services will help make the process of finding the right professional easier according to the project scope and budget. The Preferred Designers Program represents professionals with a broad range of styles who have been recognized by national trade associations and publications.
Email us or give us a call at 954.921.7575 for more details on programs and policies.
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A full service restaurant, DCOTA Cay offers a robust menu of locally inspired dishes and Americana classics set on the first floor in Atrium A.
Enjoy our very own high quality roasted beans in Atrium C.
Toro concept comes from acclaimed chef and restaurateur Richard Sandoval, recognized as the “Father of modern Mexican cuisine,” who has an international collection of 40 Latin American-inspired restaurants worldwide. At Toro, he masterfully blends Pan Latin cuisine with South American, Japanese and Chinese influences.
Boasting one of the largest collections of tequilas, mezcals, and agave spirits, La Biblioteca is intimate, with a hint of mystery. La Biblioteca, which translates to “the library” in Spanish, is the work of internationally-acclaimed Chef Richard Sandoval. The catalogue at La Biblioteca features 400 bottles, the works of famed haciendas, small batch distillers and artisanal producers.