Blending timeless classics with an intelligent, contemporary approach allows New York based designer Timothy Brown to curate relevant and comfortable spaces for his clients. His dedication to the process of collaboration– respecting the clients’ aesthetic, while his attention to detail edits out the excess– creates livable, well-tailored environments with his signature warm minimalism.


Growing up in Tennessee, it was time spent in the woodshop with his grandfather crafting furniture, cabinetry and other notions that first charmed Timothy’s attention to the world of design. After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning from the University of Tennessee’s School of Architecture & Design, he set out to New York City and worked with the likes of Victoria Hagan, Wayne Nathan and Robert Stilin before launching his own design studio.


With over 15 years of experience, Timothy’s portfolio includes a number of commercial and residential projects both in the US and internationally. His work has garnered attention in numerous publications, most recently an inclusion in the October 2016 released book “Interior Design Master Class: 100 Lessons from America’s Finest Designers on the Art of Decoration”. He has been featured in House Beautiful’s “The Next Wave”, and named one of Traditional Home’s “Ten Up and Coming Designers”, as well as being cited as one of three “Emerging Designers” at Benjamin Moore’s Hue Awards. Recent projects include homes in the Hamptons, a Paris flat, Venice Beach, California home, a contemporary apartment on NYC’s High Line Park and a Manhattan triplex penthouse.