Vol 7 No. 3 - October 11, 2006

Four years and going strong on Bridge Street


SUN PHOTO/LOUISE BOLGER
Deborah and Matt Myers opened Bridge Street Interiors four years ago this month. On Saturday, Oct.14th, they will be hosting a customer appreciation and anniversary celebration with food and drink at their shop from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a 20 percent discount on everything in their store.

By Louise Bolger
sun staff writer

The homes we live in reflect our lifestyle and personality, or at least they should. No one knows this better than Deborah and Matt Myers the husband wife team who own and operate Bridge Street Interiors on Bridge Street in Bradenton Beach. During the past four years, the Myers have built an interior design business catering to their clients’ tastes and way of life with an eye toward the tropical design for which Florida is famous.

Matt and Deborah Myers moved their family, and ultimately their extended family, to Florida in 2002. After Matt Myers retired from the corporate world, he worked closely with his wife in the interior design business she ran out of a 110-year-old historic home on Indian Lake near Columbus, Ohio. The decision to give up the beautiful showroom and shop they owned was a hard one, but they never looked back and have never regretted their decision.

Bringing over 25 years of experience with them to Florida, the Myers opened Bridge Street Interiors four years ago this month. On Saturday, Oct. 14, they will host a customer appreciation and anniversary celebration with food and drink at their shop from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Everything in the showroom will be 20 percent off for that day only.

Although the Myers’ shop and showroom have wonderful unique and one of a kind pieces on display, such as the huge palm leaf light fixture hanging on the wall, the real service they offer is their experience in interior design and decorating. They can work with you on redesigning and decorating your getaway condo on the beach or your 4,000-square-foot permanent home, the more challenging the better. Whether you are looking for window treatments, wall coverings, furniture, accessories or a major remodeling, the experience they have accrued over the years will assist you in making good choices suitable to your needs and budget.

The Myers also work with commercial clients including restaurants and shortly will be decorating model homes for builders. Most of their clients are local, however, because of their large referral network they have been recommended to customers in other parts of Florida, out of state and as far away as Hawaii. In fact, on a recent tip to Hawaii, they discovered a line of room and linen fresheners in bottles, sprays and candles called Malie, currently on display in their shop.

Deborah Myers said that their personalized interior design service has turned clients into friends who keeping coming back to Bridge Street Interiors for help and advice. When you feel the need to redesign your space to reflect the real you, the Myers will be there to help from start to finish. You may start out as their client, but they will make sure you end up as their friend.


Bridge Street Interiors
114 Bridge St.
Bradenton Beach
(941) 782-1130
Fax: (941) 782-1131
www.bridgestreetinteriors.com
Hours
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Starting Nov. 1:
Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Anniversary and customer appreciation celebration,
Saturday, Oct. 14, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
20 percent off everything, one day only.

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