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Decca Contract Furniture

Decca produces fine wood furniture for contemporary interiors. Their line includes casegoods, conference tables, guest seating, benches, and occasional tables. Known for its attention to detail and quality workmanship, Decca pieces exude luxury.


Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Decca has a four-decades-strong tradition of fine woodworking. The company begins its design process by purchasing the finest materials available. By choosing solid wood and veneers “from the most reliable and respected mills around the world,” Decca ensures that its materials have the desired color, cut, and character. Expert craftspeople then smooth, shape, join, and hand-finish the wood to bring out its inherent beauty.

  • MTO— The Decca line of Made to Order (MTO) conference furniture lets clients customize pieces to fit their space and style requirements. Ideal for projects that seek “a unique design statement,” MTO features uncompromising attention to detail, a Decca hallmark. One example of the custom line is a circular conference table with a center cut-out and intersecting angular legs crafted in rich, exotic wood—a conversation piece for the contemporary office.
  • Rottet— An exclusive furniture collection designed by Lauren Rottet, Rottet includes lounge furniture, occasional tables, and guest chairs. Illustrative of the architect’s clean and timeless style, Rottet features pieces with simple shapes that bend and create kinetic movement, as well as “materials with no visible edge transition.” With exotic veneers and handcrafted details, the Rottet Collection offers unsurpassed beauty. One-of-a-kind pieces such as Coffee Table Fold deserve a second look: a quarter cut veneer in book-matched layup on top and leg panels, the table’s concealed steel understructure provides support even though the table looks as if it floats.
  • Sutter— Designed by Brian Kane, the Sutter Guest Chair features an angled back that displays beautiful lines. Available in a wood or upholstered back, Sutter features a clean and modern wood frame and legs. The wood version of Sutter has an open lattice back with eight rectangular sections. All the wood pieces—arms, legs, frame—have the same shape and width, giving Sutter a contemporary, sleek profile that’s ideal for stylish offices and waiting areas.

Decca recently hired an independent consulting firm to help the company achieve its sustainability goals. Decca wants to become “the first contract furniture manufacturer in Asia to institute design and manufacturing standards that ensure our products contribute points to fulfill the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® rating system and the Green Building Initiative’s Green Globes rating system.”

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Decca Contract Corporate Office

2100 Summer St NE, Suite 100
Minneapolis, MN 55413

Tel 612.362.0007
Fax 612.362.0014