Named “America’s Best Interior Designer” by Time Magazine in 2001, the New York City-based Black designer and tastemaker has been creating beautiful, pattern-filled spaces for nearly three decades. She is best known for designing contemporary spaces infused with classical elements and bold prints, including her famous Harlem Toile de Jouy wallpaper skewering Black stereotypes that was first collected by Cooper Hewitt. After working as an assistant at Shelton, Mindel & Associates, Sheila Bridges founded her own interior design firm in 1994. As Creative Director, Sheila has thoughtfully designed residences and offices for many prominent entertainers, entrepreneurs and business professionals including... more.

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