1. Kitchen in Harlem Landmark
A continuation of the kitchen that shows off bronze pans, custom chairs, and artwork that contrasts with the blue wallpaper.
2. The Primary Bedroom in Harlem Landmark
This primary bedroom is from her Harlem Landmark project. The building is in Graham Court, which was designed by Clinton & Russell in 1901. The bedroom features a blue and coral color palette. The wallpaper is one of my favorite features of the room. Bridges added a patterned headboard that complements the wallpaper without making the room too busy.
3. The Salon in Harlem Townhouse
The bright blue-green room is a fresh twist to the usual neutral New York apartments we usually see. Bridges decorated the room with vibrant artwork, light pastels, and flowers for a bright office space. My favorite piece is the french mirror hanging over the vanity.
4. Guest Bedroom in Harlem Landmark
The guest room has a more muted design. The wallpaper is a light blue-green. Bridges kept the bedding neutral with coral throws to compliment her Harlem Toile print curtains. The wallpaper is covered in Sheila’s favorite lines from her beloved books. This room is sophisticated, but still feels warm and inviting.
5. Living Room in Harlem Landmark
The layout of the room is traditional. It has a formal seating arrangement with an upholstered sofa. Bridges added a personal touch to her living room design with Burmese offering vessels and a Moroccan table.
6. Primary Bedroom in Harlem Landmark
The primary bedroom is elegant and whimsical. Bridges adores furniture that is painted gray or white. It brings femininity and light to the room.
You can shop Sheila’s signature Harlem Toile products on her site. She has everything from pillows to wall decals. Her products are perfect for the spring season to freshen up your home.