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.
Trimmed with a graywash finish and pierced metal
nailheads, this acacia dresser boasts rich texture and an organic, expressive grain. Four drawers with hinged bronze hardware offer a wealth of storage space.
19th-century Danish dowry trunk/chest featuring original painted finish
with first ownerss initials and marriage date of 1862. Original iron straps and lock. No key. Paint glaze shows wear, scratches.
Interesting trunk made of a lightweight wood and
decorated with some chip carving to the face and allover original old red-painted decoration incorporating a setting/rising sun. Could have been made long ago in the American Northwest. Age wear, some loss ...