It Takes TwoNegotiations and licensing agreements aside, there is one crucial reason why the Trump Home by Dorya furniture line came to be: a shared commitment to aesthetic excellence. Inspired by the architecture of Trump hotels and residential towers in Instanbul, Seoul, Toronto and beyond, as well as the mystique of those cities, the 50-piece collection is a testament to refined living. After all, in real estate and interior design circles the names Trump and Dorya (whose headquarters are based in Miami) have become synonymous with sophistication. The new collaboration has the home well covered from master suite to study with the finest of accoutrements. Beds are not just beds, but rather thrones of white leather and espresso mahogany never meant to be abandoned. A sideboard becomes a room’s focal point, thanks to art-deco touches and a gunmetal finish that begs to be touched. Other pieces tell their stories through stainless steel, marble and bronze. All in all, a mix of 50 European fabrics and 15 leathers are part of the collection, which is fully customizable for any residential or commercial installation. “There’s an endless curiosity for us to uncover designs that complement the modern lifestyle,” says Dorya Creative Director Megan Perry. “With this collection, it was important for us to hit the high notes of expectation as well as display our company’s range of extraordinary talents and abilities.” Mission accomplished. Dorya Interiors, 501 Brickell Key Drive, Suite 503, Miami, 305.373.4446, dorya.us – Luis R. Rigual
Board Meeting: The B.3001 sideboard in mahogany, $17,900, from the Trump Home by Dorya Collection features recessive framing on the door fronts to bring attention to the decorative gunmetal finish.