On October 12, the design community gathered at Sugar Monk restaurant in Harlem to celebrate the launch of Sheila Bridges’s new line for Williams Sonoma and Williams Sonoma Home.
The new collections feature products that embrace a shared appreciation for timeless design and quality craftsmanship. Select pieces within the collaboration also celebrate the designer’s original—and now iconic—Harlem Toile de Jouy artwork, which Bridges developed while decorating her own home.
On hand to celebrate were Joy Moyler, Rayman Boozer, Danielle Colding, Melissa Feldman, Sydney Kai Inis and artist Nick Carter, among other friends and colleagues of the designer.
“Sheila’s use of color and her ability to blend time periods, patterns and various design aesthetics into her work have been a source of inspiration for our design teams throughout the years,” said Williams Sonoma and Williams Sonoma Home president Felix Carbullido. “We are thrilled that our new collaboration with Sheila will provide an opportunity for our customers to feature products that showcase aspects of her signature style in their homes.”