Robert Brown Sees Channeling As A Spin On 1970s Design

Dec 27, 2016

Miami designers Robert Brown and Todd Davis from Brown Davis Interiors suggest channeling as a “new spin on 1970s design” that enriches the chicness quotient of Miami homes. 

Recognizing the 70’s as a significant design period, Robert Brown shares hints on giving this trend a twist – “colors are more subdued, such as the purple chairs the firm created for a penthouse dining room in Miami Beach”.

Brown Davis Interiors, which was named to the prestigious AD 100, has designed the British Embassy in Washington, DC, as well as Hillary and Bill Clinton’s homes in Washington and Chappaqua, New York. Recent projects include designing the entire floor of a penthouse in Miami Beach and houses in New York, Washington, DC, and Delaware. Last year, the company also launched the Brown Davis Exclusive for Keith Frit fine furniture collection that is sold at the John Rosselli showroom at the Design Center of the Americas in Dania Beach.

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