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Donghia, Inc.
Industry Luxury Home Furnishings
Headquarters New York
Products Textiles, Upholstery, Wallcoverings, Casepieces, Lighting, Accessories
Website [3]

Donghia, Inc. is an American brand of decoration for furniture, textiles, lighting, and accessories. The items are sold in Donghia's twelve showrooms across the United States and in over fifty representative showrooms around the world (sold exclusively to the trade in the U.S.). Italian-American interior designer Angelo Donghia founded Donghia in 1968.

Donghia collections include textiles, wallcoverings, casepieces, accessories and upholstery. Manufactured in the USA Donghia furniture consist of desks, buffets cabinets, étagères, side/end tables, cocktail tables, dining tables, sofas, chaises, chairs, and beds. Accessories range from lamps and chandeliers to vessels and mirrors all handmade by Venetian craftsmen on the island of Murano, Italy.


In 1972, Angelo Donghia[1][2] formed Donghia Associates which focused in the areas of residential, hospitality and contract interior design. Previously, Donghia had turned his attention to fabrics and wallcoverings and established &Vice Versa,[3][4] a to-the-trade collection and showroom of fabrics and wallcoverings, which later became Donghia Textiles in 1980. After the first Donghia Showroom opened in Los Angeles, CA in 1976, its success led to the opening of Donghia Furniture which was established two years later. Producing upholstery and casepieces, Mr. Donghia continued with the growth of his companies expanding his network of showrooms and products across the United States.[5] Since his passing in 1985 Donghia was owned and operated as a private company. In the spring of 2005, the company was purchased by the Rubelli Group of Venice, Italy, a family business and designer and manufacturer of textiles.[6][7]


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  2. ^ Text by John Loring (2000-01-27). "Design Legends: Angelo Donghia". Architectural Digest. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  3. ^ "Angelo Donghia". Interior Design. 2010-11-23. Archived from the original on 2008-12-26. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  4. ^ "Browse Donghia Fabrics | Upholstery Fabric & Designer Fabric". Design Diva Fabrics. Archived from the original on 2012-07-14. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  5. ^ [1] Archived August 12, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
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  7. ^ Owens, Mitchell. "Rubelli's New Book Tells a Story of Silk in Venice". Architectural Digest. Retrieved 23 November 2016. Rubelli Group, whose brands include Dominique Kieffer and Armani/Casa, purchased Donghia Inc. in 2005. 

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