Jeff Lincoln is a third generation interior designer based in New York City. The firm undertakes a broad spectrum of projects both here and abroad. Each project is approached with a unique perspective, whether it’s a large ski house in Telluride, Colorado or an ocean front home in Palm Beach, Florida.
“I grew up around great interior design,” says Lincoln, whose father, a successful interior designer designed projects for Chanel, Hermes, and Estee Lauder. “So from an early age I was exposed to a high level of design sensibility.”
Jeff Lincoln received a master’s degree from Columbia University and initially worked as a journalist with the Wall Street Journal before heeding the siren call of interior design and deciding to follow in his father’s footsteps.
Based on the Upper East Side, Jeff Lincoln has developed an extensive array of highly skilled and talented craftsmen and artisans that help realize his designs. Recent projects include a large beach house in Montauk, designed with prominent architect Francis Fleetwood, a house in Georgetown, Washington D.C. and a duplex penthouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, among many others.
The firm is also engaged in several hotel projects in Manhattan and Cooperstown, New York. The firm’s work has appeared in many national publications, including Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Elle Décor, Veranda, House & Garden, among many others. Jeff Lincoln is also a House Beautiful Top 100 Interior Designer.
Jeff Lincoln has participated in numerous designer showhouses, including the prestigious Kips Bay Show House and the Hamptons Designer Show House. Jeff Lincoln’s interiors have been praised in the Franklin Report, an independent survey of prominent architects and designers, for having “Warm and resonant colors, refined fringes, old-world craftsmanship and creative details which are revisited with a modern eye, creating a sophisticated presence.”