Sheila Bridges Design is an interior design company founded in 1994 and it was named “America’s Best Interior Designer” by CNN and Time Magazine. As Creative Director, Sheila has thoughtfully designed residences and offices for many prominent entertainers, entrepreneurs and business professionals including the Harlem offices for former President Bill Clinton. In this article, we will take a journey through modern residences by Sheila Bridges Design!
Sheila Bridges Design
Her designs have been showcased in many exhibits and museums throughout the country and Europe. Originally from Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Sheila Bridges moved to New York City in 1986. She holds degrees from Brown University and Parsons School of Design and studied decorative arts at Polimoda in Florence, Italy. She lives in Harlem, New York.
Sheila Bridges Design
Sheila Bridges Design has completed projects at Columbia University and Princeton University, bringing Sheila’s signature design aesthetic to interior spaces at both of these prestigious academic institutions. Bridges have been featured in numerous publications including Architectural Digest, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Interior Design, House & Garden, Domino, and Traditional Home magazines.
Sheila Bridges Design – Harlem Landmark
Sheila Bridges Design’ 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.
Sheila Bridges Design – West Village Duplex
This West Village duplex overlooking the Hudson River is classically furnished with a mix of contemporary furniture pieces and French antiques to create a timelessly elegant and sophisticated living space for a busy Manhattan couple.
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Sheila Bridges Design – Harlem Townhouse
This 5,000 sf Harlem brownstone featured in Elle Decor magazine retains many of its original details and historic character including architectural moldings, mahogany fireplace mantels and stained glass windows yet incorporates artistic and modern elements for contemporary living.
Sheila Bridges Design – Manhattan Townhouse
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.
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