Located in Dania Beach, FL

Showroom Experiences

Fall Market 2018 Showroom Experiences
Thursday, November 8 // 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


For complete Keynote, Showroom Program, Open House and Product News info, check out DCOTA’s Fall Newsletter.

@dcotadesign     #dcotafallmarket

10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Celebration of new furniture collection
Baker, Suite B-260
Visit the Baker showroom to meet Thomas Pheasant and celebrate his new furniture collection.

11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

A Century of Inspired Design
Kravet, Suite B-180
Toast to 100 years of Kravet as we celebrate the launch of our new book “Inspired Design: The 100 Most Important Interior Designers of the Past 100 Years.” Pick up your own piece of history and browse the pages of this intrepid compilation that celebrates a century of design.

Frederic Henry presents new durable collections
ROMO, Suite C-162
Combining design, practicality, and durability, ROMO CEO, Frederic Henry, will present the latest Fall collections. Frederic will be presenting a mix of graphic geometrics and usable plain and semi-plain weaves, suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications alike. Neutral hues form the basis of this palette with highlights of terra cotta, peridot yellow, azure blue and teal offering a colorful contemporary zeal.

Performance Fabrics from Sunbrella® Creator
John Rosselli & Associates, Suite A-128
This chic new line of luxury indoor/outdoor 100% solution dyed acrylic textiles has been curated for the discerning interior designer. R. Holland Textiles include plains, velvets, and jacquards with a full range color palette for interiors, with all the benefits of performance fabrics and all patterns, are supported by the Sunbrella® name. Stop in and meet National Sales Manager, Judi Cote, as she presents the style, color, and excitement of this new line.

Traditional Interiors
John Rosselli & Associates, Suite A-128
Leta Austin Foster is among the twentieth century’s most influential interior designers, according to House Beautiful magazine, and has been hailed by House and Garden as one of the “100 Greatest American Interior Decorators.” Her attention to detail and dedication to always stay true to a client’s vision are the backbone of her work. Whether it’s a nineteenth-century Virginia family home or a modern South Florida country club, Leta Foster believes that any space can be beautiful and comfortable at the same time. Foster and two of her daughters, Sallie Giordano (New York City) and India Foster (Palm Beach), have created comfortable, gorgeous living spaces along the East Coast that are shown in Traditional Interiors through exquisite photographs and described in detail to help inspire you in creating your own glamorous, comfortable space.

Vaughan Designs: Tribal Collection
John Rosselli & Associates, Suite A-128
Based on travels around the globe, Lucy Vaughan, owner and Creative Director of Vaughan Designs, has collaborated with her daughter Emma Vaughan to form The “Tribal Collection.” Focused on an array of vibrant lampshades, exquisitely embroidered cushions, and unusual upholstered chairs, celebrate the craftsmanship and culture of the unique limited edition textiles they have sourced and developed across the continents. These unique creations have been made just for the pop-up shop! Cash and carry; for a limited time, while supplies last.

3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.


A toast to craftsmanship & the indoor/outdoor life
JANUS et Cie, Suite A-123
Join JANUS et Cie for an afternoon Sip & See celebrating their vast and distinctive catalog. With a sophisticated spectrum of materials, styles and colors, JANUS et Cie’s newest collections thoughtfully combine innovation and craftsmanship creating stunning furnishings both indoors and out.

4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.


Drinks, DJ & Demo of all-new whimsy ways to light the outdoors
DEDON, Suite C-120
Gather at DEDON for a “lights out” demo of their latest lighting collection, THE OTHERS, and celebrate the end of Market day enjoying sips, bites & live music. THE OTHERS offers a whimsy take on outdoor lighting that’s both functional and a talking piece that sets the mood. This anthropomorphic lantern collection ventures into decorative art. Inspired by the garden gnome, it’s playful, colorful, sculptural and sophisticated. It consists of a variety of hand-woven lanterns that, presented individually or arranged in totem like stacks, take on the appearance of illuminated bodies. Hand-made acrylic eyes, available as accessories, gaze back at the viewer with humor, curiosity, and mischief.

RSVP at dcotafallmarket2018.eventbrite.com