New Product – Residential

New Product – Residential

Beale Measure Fill

Touch Kitchen Faucet

Impressive Ingenuity for your residence.

This faucet delivers a precise set volume of water on demand; you can take the guess work out of baking and cooking by filling a desired amount of water with ease.

Provides touch on and off functionality as well.


Metro Wall coverings – Arte

Collection: Flavor Paper for Arte – Highway 66

This bold collection is truly unique!  Your walls will do the talking!

Available in other colorways.

Mad Men Fahrenheit Design – Polar Vortex

A mix of different blue tones makes this Polar Vortex stunning!

85% cotton and 15% polyester

Hand finished

Made in Belgium

Available in many sizes

How the Art of Cooking is like Designing

How the Art of Cooking is like Designing

How the art of cooking is like designing. Designing spaces, like cooking, is a creative process. Both begin with an idea or concept followed by the planning and further exploration of available choices; and culminating in the refinement of materials or ingredients.  When completed successfully, the result will excite the occupants or please the consumer. “To Cook is to Design Food” – Ferran Adria At Decca Design Inc., we are forever critiquing or analyzing the cooking space.  Discussing the latest appliance or tool and how our designs need to bring improvements and efficiencies to this central hub of every home – the kitchen. Being cooks, we understand the fundamentals of this space.  We are better equipped to analyze what works and what doesn’t work.  We explore ways to enhance the “working triangle” (storage/preparation/cooking areas) of a typical kitchen.  As part of our design process, we complete a detailed inventory of your current cooking space.  Each cook is unique in their style, tools and methods.  A true measure of design success is when the finished kitchen optimizes the chef’s individual abilities. As with the recipe; execution determines largely the praise or failure of a dish; similarly – the plans and details contribute to the success of the built environment. We pride ourselves on detailed plans, processes and the Rev-it 3D tool to help with the visualizing of the finished product. As the Decca Design family, we appreciate the opportunity to sit face to face and share a dining experience together.  As with most families, this is an event for conversation, thanksgiving and connection. We would like to share a recipe from our cookbook “Tasty Designs”.

We encourage you to share “What’s on your Design Mind?” Until next time… Happy Cooking

Why Introduce New Products?

Why Introduce New Products?

As designers, one of the many exciting aspects of our profession is to see the new products as they come to market. It is our job to keep on top of the latest colors, finishes and equipment that will enhance your new space. There is a steady flow of architectural representatives that keep us up-to-date and educates us on the benefits of these new introductions.

Another aspect of our role as a designer is to educate our clients on the materials that they are selecting. We elaborate on the benefits, costing and maintenance protocols, as just a few of the features necessary to review prior to making a decision.

We will periodically present a snapshot of these products to better inform you of the latest offerings.

If you have any questions – please don’t hesitate to reach out and connect. We would love to know what’s on your design mind!


Black and White is Always Stylish

Black and White is Always Stylish

Why are black and white always in style?

These two contrasting shades remain one of the most popular and enduring color combinations thanks to their adaptability to almost any decor style. The two colors help in making the living room appear far more urbane and classy. While black anchors the room and helps highlight its prominent architectural elements, white lends a sense of airiness and balance to the backdrop.

There’s a rule in decorating that says that “every room can use a touch of black.” You might think this is strange if you have a room of pastels or jewel tones. But think a minute.

Using the color black adds a focal point of color that grounds, anchors, and adds a sophisticated look to a room.

Black in accessories, light fixtures, trims, paint, or in one bold piece of furniture will help to catch the eye and sharpen any decorating scheme. It will serve as an outline that sets off specific areas or objects. Black by itself is striking.

Below are a few products that embrace black and white.“What’s on your design mind?”

Matte Black – Simply Sophisticated

Kravet’s Black and White Fabric – so versatile and always in style

Check this out!