At The Heart 

From urban sleek metropolitan penthouse apartment to rustic, warm rustic luxury second home in the country, DMHOME is your go to leading and integrated design firm for all your design solutions.

“Our expertise is to cater every bit of fulfilment
and to create sumptuous delights to your home living.”

A keen-eye procurer of ultra luxury and premier lifestyle products, DMHOME is constantly expanding and upgrading its collections that feature pieces which become core to an interior display, completing any home décor—both practically and aesthetically. DMHOME customers include highly qualified individual home owners and the complete circle of people in the design industry, from individual home owners to architects, designers and realestate developers. As the leading design and lifestyle brand for nearly three decades, we are at the forefront of the industry for style, design and luxury lifestyle in Thailand and surrounding regions. Our brand ethos showcases our wide range of services and collections of products that we have acquired over time from the world-leading designers and manufacturers, each of which DMHOME takes pride in providing to its excellent customers. 

29 Years
30+ Brands
The finest in every sense

Humans have five basic senses: touch, sight, taste, smell and hearing. The sensing organs associated with each sense send information to the brain to help us understand and perceive the world around us.


Touch is thought to be the first sense that humans develop, according to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Touch consists of several distinct sensations communicated to the brain through specialised neurones in the skin. Pressure, temperature, light touch, vibration, pain and other sensations are all part of the touch sense and are all attributed to different receptors in the skin.


Sight, or perceiving things through the eyes, is a complex process. First, light reflects an object to the eye. The transparent outer layer of the eye called the cornea bends the light that passes through the opening of the pupil.

The iris (which is the coloured part of the eye) works like the shutter of a camera, retracting to shut out light or opening wider to let in more light.


The gustatory sense is usually broken down into the perception of four different tastes: salty, sweet, sour and bitter. There is also a fifth taste, defined as umami or savoury.

There may be many other flavours that have not yet been discovered. Also, spicy is not a taste.


Humans may be able to smell over 1 trillion scents, according to researchers. They do this with the olfactory cleft, which is found on the roof of the nasal cavity, next to the “smelling” part of the brain, the olfactory bulb and fossa.

Nerve endings in the olfactory cleft transmit smells to the brain, according to the American Rhinologic Society.


This sense works via the complex labyrinth that is the human ear. Sound is funnelled through the external ear and piped into the external auditory canal. Then, sound waves reach the tympanic membrane, or eardrum.

This is a thin sheet of connective tissue that vibrates when sound waves strike it.


has devised its product ranges and service operations into five separate categories

Brand Foundations

The go-to living & design centre for imported products by world-class leading designers & the bespoke of the top-of-the range specifications. Design is central to DMHOME, the procurer of premier luxury and refined home décor, which boasts such names:

Bottega Veneta, Fendi Casa, Kartell, Missoni Home, Ralph Lauren Home, Trussardi Casa, Roberto Cavalli Home, EtroHome, Gianfranco Ferre Home, Siematic, Binova, Duravit, Kallista, Lefroy Brooks, Agape, Kohler, Axor, Hansgrohe andmany more.

The firm specialises in luxury, high-end pieces that can convey befittingly to both sense and sensibility of the homeowner, bridging the gap between a vague, dream-like inspiration and a true revelation. DMHOME strives for excellence in sourcing a series of exclusive, high-end designer products to architects, designers as well as real-estate developers.

‘Firmitas, utilitas, venustas’
—  Vitruvius, de Architectura