Pinwheel, Archer, Aerial: New Designs by Sheila Bridges for The Shade Store


New York-based designer Sheila Bridges’ now-iconic Harlem Toile de Jouy print earned her in a spot in Cooper Hewitt’s everlasting collections, however admirers of her colourful, patterned designs can now have them in their very own private collections, too.

Bridges’ new line—simply launched—for The Shade Retailer options 5 fully new cloth patterns impressed by “the tastemaker’s childhood reminiscences of touring, gardening, and outside play,” in response to the retailer, plus, after all, Harlem Toile. All can be found to be used on roman shades, drapes, cornices, and customized pillows.

Check out the gathering in situ in Bridges’ personal Harlem residence.

Images courtesy of The Shade Retailer.

bridges in her home, with drapes done in the new pin wheel pattern (colorway: l 9
Above: Bridges in her residence, with drapes carried out within the new Pin Wheel sample (colorway: Lagoon). “My sensibility as a designer has grow to be extra fashionable over time, and I’m excited to introduce mushy materials into my assortment for The Shade Retailer that basically displays my very own aesthetic and design evolution,” Bridges mentioned. “This new line is extra impartial than something I’ve carried out previously,” with mushy materials to be used everywhere in the home.

in the designer’s dining room, shades are done in the new archer de 10
Above: Within the designer’s eating room, shades are carried out within the new Archer design, a cotton-linen mix with an embroidered sample that nods to her childhood summers at camp.

harlem toile de jouy in the bath. it’s also available in blackout a 11
Above: Harlem Toile de Jouy within the tub. It’s additionally out there in blackout and light-filtering choices.

in bridges’ guest bedroom, the shades are done in the origami patte 12
Above: In Bridges’ visitor bed room, the shades are carried out within the Origami sample.

blossom—”based on the designer’s visits to the garde 13
Above: Blossom—”primarily based on the designer’s visits to the gardens of Philadelphia as a toddler”—in the primary bed room.

and an archer shade in the bold office. 14
Above: And an Archer shade within the daring workplace.

the new collection, left to right: pin wheel, blossom, harlem toile de jouy, ae 15
Above: The brand new assortment, left to proper: Pin Wheel, Blossom, Harlem Toile de Jouy, Aerial, Archer, and Origami.

For the complete assortment, head to The Shade Retailer.

And for Bridges’ earlier assortment, see Harlem Toile de Jouy (and Extra) by Sheila Bridges for The Shade Retailer.

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