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Bridgehampton NY Design: Timothy Brown

Luxe Magazine recently featured a very chic and very masculine home in Bridgehampton, New York in its July/August 2016 issue. Designer Timothy Brown created an elegant and understated space for his clients. While the aesthetic is definitely more on the modern side, the space feels warm and inviting. I especially like the use of statement lighting, unique furniture silhouettes, and thoughtful mix of textures throughout the various rooms. You’ll also notice a common thread of green and blue hues, which makes sense given the homes location in The Hamptons. Timothy really showcases his ability to edit and utilize restraint for a result that is at once elegant, timeless, yet filled with personality thanks to a fabulous assortment of art and a mix of furnishings from various periods.

Bridgehampton NY Design: Timothy Brown

Bridgehampton NY Design: Timothy Brown

Bridgehampton NY Design: Timothy Brown

Bridgehampton NY Design: Timothy Brown

Bridgehampton NY Design: Timothy Brown

Bridgehampton NY Design: Timothy Brown

Bridgehampton NY Design: Timothy Brown

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{Photography Courtesy of Luxe and Timothy Brown Studio}

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  1. A little to blank for my taste. than I say the colorful painting in the dinning-room and it all made sense to me. Also, The black and white stripped rug in amazing.

    thanks for sharing