April 19, 2024

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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 place in Cooper Hewitt’s permanent collections, but admirers of her colorful, patterned designs can now have them in their own personal collections, too.

Bridges’ new line—just released—for The Shade Store features five entirely new fabric patterns inspired by “the tastemaker’s childhood memories of traveling, gardening, and outdoor play,” according to the retailer, plus, of course, Harlem Toile. All are available for use on roman shades, drapes, cornices, and custom pillows.

Take a look at the collection in situ in Bridges’ own Harlem home.

Photography courtesy of The Shade Store.

bridges in her home, with drapes done in the new pin wheel pattern (colorway: l 9
Above: Bridges in her home, with drapes done in the new Pin Wheel pattern (colorway: Lagoon). “My sensibility as a designer has become more modern over time, and I’m excited to introduce soft fabrics into my collection for The Shade Store that really reflects my own aesthetic and design evolution,” Bridges said. “This new line is more neutral than anything I’ve done in the past,” with soft fabrics for use all over the house.

in the designer&#8\2\17;s dining room, shades are done in the new archer de 10
Above: In the designer’s dining room, shades are done in the new Archer design, a cotton-linen blend with an embroidered pattern that nods to her childhood summers at camp.

harlem toile de jouy in the bath. it&#8\2\17;s also available in blackout a 11
Above: Harlem Toile de Jouy in the bath. It’s also available in blackout and light-filtering options.

in bridges&#8\2\17; guest bedroom, the shades are done in the origami patte 12
Above: In Bridges’ guest bedroom, the shades are done in the Origami pattern.

blossom—&#8\2\2\1;based on the designer’s visits to the garde 13
Above: Blossom—”based on the designer’s visits to the gardens of Philadelphia as a child”—in the main bedroom.

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

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

For the full collection, head to The Shade Store.

And for Bridges’ previous collection, see Harlem Toile de Jouy (and More) by Sheila Bridges for The Shade Store.

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