Sophisticated Holiday Decor by Brown Davis Interiors


Haute Hamptons interior design team Robert Brown and Todd Davis are known for their uniquely American aesthetic, fusing the traditional roots of classicism, with an exuberant, sensual vitality. Brown Davis has designed two residences for the Clintons, the British Embassy residence, and an array of exceptional projects involving contemporary and historic renovation across the United States. Fusing the traditional roots of classicism, Robert and Todd make comfort an indispensable priority in their design, incorporating texture, light and patterns for enduring warmth and harmony. The design duo to shares tips & decor details from a recent holiday project in this new KDHamptons Design Diary, below:

KDHamptons: Please describe the Hollerith House project you designed?
Brown Davis: Hollerith House was built in 1912, and carefully crafted to recreate a Georgian style manor with boxwood gardens. The clients are young but traditionally based. The concept for holiday decor was to keep it simple and elegant with flocked greens and oversized pine cones.  We thought wreaths hanging from a wide ribbon at every window would be festive.
Lynch's Christmas tree

KDHamptons: What are your favorite Hamptons resources for buying trees, trimmings and ornaments?
Brown Davis: We usually buy a big tree and boxwood wreaths at Lynch’s Garden Center [above] in Southampton and they have a great selection of ornaments. For ornaments, we love the handmade German ornaments from Topiaire.  Garnet Hill in Bridgehampton also has unique contemporary seasonal pieces, and great hostess gifts for holiday parties. Whitmore Nurseries in East Hampton also has a great selection of garlands and ornamental items for your mantle.

KDHamptons: Share a couple chic tips for readers when planning holiday decor?
Brown Davis: We like to keep things elegant. We usually stick with one color scheme so that the shapes and the decorations become the point of interest. This season our Christmas tree is a winter white theme. Keep the decoration simple and edited. Larger scale and less turns out to be more.

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