THOUGHTFULLY INSPIRED INTERIORS BY SHEILA BRIDGES DESIGN
Named America’s Best Interior Designer by Time magazine and CNN, Sheila Bridges is considered a creative visionaryand design tastemaker. Residing and working in Harlem for more than 25 years, Bridges is recognized for her classic yet versatile design aesthetic and critical eye. She is sought after to create thoughtfully inspired and narrative-rich interiors because of her profound sensitivity and appreciation of timeless design and quality craftsmanship.
This contemporary Manhattan penthouse apartment created for busy art collectors features a beautiful glass, nickel and walnut staircase and a landscaped roof terrace that has wide sweeping views of Manhattan including the Empire State building.
Sheila Bridges’ Manhattan residence has been featured on the cover of Elle Decor magazine as well as numerous other publications including The New York Times, House Beautiful, The Washington Post and One Kings Lane. Located in one of Harlem’s most iconic landmark buildings, Graham Court was conceived and designed by Clinton & Russell architects and built in 1901 for the Astor family.
This urban country cottage, located in New York’s Hudson River Valley, was originally built in the late 1800s for violet propagation. Thoughtfully renovated in 2011 and featured in Domino magazine, this 800sf home boasts eclectic furnishings and bold, colorful rooms creating the perfect weekend retreat on the iconic Hudson river.
Featured in Elle Decor magazine, this traditional Gramercy Park townhouse underwent a full-scale renovation and restoration process in order to accommodate the needs of a young family.
Hay House is The latest design/build project By Sheila Bridges Design, Inc. Located in New York’s Hudson Valley, this 1600-square-foot modern black barn is featured on the cover of the September issue of Elle Decor.
This classic Manhattan prewar apartment was featured on the cover of House & Garden magazine. Located on the Upper West Side in New York City, the client wanted a home that felt warm and masculine as well as classic and sophisticated.
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