5 Stunning Brown Jordan Furniture Design Ideas
At Sunniland Patio we love Brown Jordan furniture. It's a classic American brand with consistently sleek designs that combine comfort and elegance with all important durability.
If you're considering buying your dream set of Brown Jordan furniture you may need help deciding as their range of designs and colors is so vast it can appear limitless. So to assist your search, we've put together a round up of our favourite Brown Jordan design ideas taken from across Instagram.
5th Ave Rooftop with Michael Wood Interiors
This scene is just breathtaking, and not just because of the backdrop of New York City's art deco skyscrapers. This design mixes the comfort of the striped sofa with the warmth of the fire against the oasis of plants in the jungle of the city. The decking provides a beach feel, giving an escape from the concrete and a true retreat from the hustle of the city. Image @rangela48
Holdaying in the Hamptons, East Hampton Gardens
You can't get more classic than navy and white piped cushions accessorized withstriped pillows. This design has a nautical vibe so you can really feel you're at the seaside, while the lines of plants in urns give an ancient Greek or Roman air to the decked garden. All the classics in one. Image @easthamptongardens
Brown Jordan Kantan chairs, Dune outdoor Australia.
The royal blue and strapping and the gold geometry of these Brown Jordan Kantan chairs provide modern elegence in this design which seamlessly blends the of outside with the indoors. Image @duneoutdoor
Simplistic rooftop with a stunning view
Sometimes you just want to sit back and enjoy the view. Particularly when it's scorching hot. The white and black lines of this mid-century modern Brown Jordan patio set are a sympathetic companion to both the heat and the sprawling vista behind. Image @pknyusa76
Boston Back Bay apartment designed by Gary McBournie
You can do a lot with just a little space and the perfect set of furniture. European-style frames and green & teal accents make for a quaint hideout that is quintessentially New England with a Boston city feel. You can practically smell the seafood from the restaurants in the Bay. Image: @billrichards