The work of New York interior designer, Sheila Bridges, is always inspiring. She has a way of blending contemporary elements beautifully with pieces that have a unique, cultural touch. In a recent project, where Bridges took on the redesign of a 5,000 square foot Harlem brownstone, she injected unexpected elements including textured wallpaper, a headboard upholstered in a beautiful suzani, and colorful ikat pillows in the home’s study. The end result is a home with a refreshing neutral color palette, layers of texture, and few shots of unexpected color that make this a beautiful update to a historic space.
Source: Elle Decor