Everick Brown Design is an interior design firm offering complete stylish and elegant living scenarios that reflect today's modern, updated lifestyle.

Everick Brown is known as one of New York's most up and coming interior designers. He has developed an impressive roster of interior design clients throughout the United States and abroad. His stylish studio and celebrated modern interior concepts illustrate his penchant for interior design and simple, elegant living. Based in New York, Everick is inspired by the global influences of all cultures. He enjoys collecting primitive artifacts and traveling around the world. He has been acknowledged by the New York Times, Essence Magazine and Black Enterprise, to name a few. He has been featured on television including, TLC, The Fine Living Network and News 12 Westchester. Additionally, he was a finalist for HGTV's Design Star Casting, season four.

Prior to Everick Brown Design, he spent 8 years building ebhome, an upscale home furnishings store in Mount Kisco, New York and South Norwalk, Connecticut. Brown's store, ebhome was voted "Best New Home Store" and Most Trendy Store" in 2002 and 2003 respectively and again honored as "Best Home Gifts & Accessories Store" in 2006.

To create an environment that is both aesthetically pleasing and utilitarian. One that feels like a collection of objects pulled together by chance rather than by studied calculation.

Everick Brown describes his design style as, "modern classic with a global perspective".  Inspired by different cultures around the world, he enjoys collecting primitive artifacts and mixing them with modern furnishings.  One of his favorite traditions is the Japanese art form, "Wabi Sabi" which means finding beauty in imperfection.  
Interior design is about creating a beautiful space, no matter how big or small; incorporating modern and classic, old and new, upscale and inexpensive. The interior design process is about collaborating with your designer to deliver the home you desire.  We strive to create designs that reflect you and accommodate your lifestyle!


Everick Brown holding wooden sculptures