Praised for his innovative use of color, texture, and the unexpected, Darren Brown began his decorating career at Jonathan Adler, where he shaped the signature “world traveler” aesthetic of the iconic Parker Palm Springs. He is credited with recreating interiors for landmark midcentury properties by such architectural legends as Stewart Williams, William Cody, and John Lautner, and he recently oversaw an extensive reimagining of Gerald and Betty Ford’s legendary Rancho Mirage estate. His firm’s work has been featured in Architectural Digest, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, Town & Country, and Wallpaper.
Entirely hand-painted French lidded in Gien's 175 year
Renaissance pattern with a mythical bird surrounded by scrolling acanthus leaves and more mythical bird designs. Marked "Gien France" with the castle mark used by the company from 1960 through 1971.
A stunning mosaic of teak and polished bone
covers this artisan-crafted keepsake box in a bold geometric design. Each piece is painstakingly hand-carved and fitted for a truly elegant statement in any room.
Lined with natural horn tiles on the exterior
and tobacco leaves on the interior, this box is brimming with organic beauty. We love it displayed on the coffee table or on top of a dresser.