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.
Stunning pair of 19th-century French brass girandoles with
wonderfully detailed wheat shafts, intricate flowers, clusters of grapes, sculpted leaves and ornate bases with gryphons and double-handled urns. Each has five candleholders with bobeches. No maker’s mark.
Pair of 19th-century hinged brass betel boxes. Darren
Brown is a New York-based decorator with clients across the country. He was director of interiors at Jonathan Adler, where he shaped the signature "world traveler" aesthetic of the historic spa destination ...
Pair of 19th-century Moroccan candleholders on footed column
base, brass finish. San Francisco interior designer Stephen Shubel’s work has been described as “beautiful, understated interiors of surpassing elegance.” Over the course of his three-decade career, his work has appeared in ...