Sunday, May 22, 2011

SHEILA BRIDGES ~ DESIGN IN NEW YORK

In this beautiful Victorian townhouse is in New York near Gramercy Park, interior designer Sheila Bridges was brought in to design the townhouse around the couple's Early American pieces and their love of Deco and modern influences. Bridges used bright vibrant colors, while creating a livable palette in the interior design. The couple's art collection was also a major part of the design decisions made.

Architect David Hottenroth renovated the first floor of the 1857 home, taking down walls to open up the living space. The owners wanted a comfortable, yet beautiful home for themselves and their children, while merging all of the family's diverse furniture and art collection. ENJOY!











IF YOU MISSED ~
See you soon,
Teresa
xoxo
Elle Decor June 2011

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8 comments :

Renée Finberg said...

all i ever wanted was a brownstone in nyc.
hmmmmm...
this one is a charmer.

xx

Karena said...

Theresa this is absolutely gorgeous!! I could move right in!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

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Kathysue said...

Beautifully appointed!!! I looks so comfortable and inviting, Kathysue

Debby said...

I love the ceiling in the first kitchen, it's beautiful! xo

designchic said...

Beautiful townhouse...love the kitchen!!

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

As someone who has renovated dozens of historic homes, you struggle with keeping the old and integrating the new. Excellent job!

Tracy said...

I follow several design blogs, but one thing I love about what you put out there is that it all looks like a life being lived, rather than just a snapshot of staged pretty.
living life I can do. Staging never seems to hold for long...

eclecticrevisited said...

oh I just love the interior architecture..the tall ceilings and all the mouldings....
so wonderful..and the decor is lovely as well...

maureen

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