Bruce Bierman Design Inc. specializes in residential and commercial interior design. Trained in architecture as well as fine arts at the Rhode Island School of Design, Bruce Bierman brings a unique perspective to each of his design projects, combining practical knowledge with a highly refined aesthetic.

Projects include:

  • 1949 John Volk Palm Beach Waterfront Home
  • 2,500 Square Foot New York City Upper East Side Residence
  • 5,000 Square Foot Aspen Townhouse
  • 24,000 Square Foot Palm Beach Residence
  • 3,500 Square Foot Philadelphia Townhouse
  • 2,500 Palm Beach Oceanfront Apartment
  • Palm Beach Penthouse at Breaker’s Row
  • 4,500 Square Foot Palm Beach Penthouse
  • 2,500 Square Foot Palm Beach Penthouse
  • 18,000 Square Foot Residence in Greenwich, Connecticut
  • Renovation and Furnishing of 1929 Tudor Style Home in Croton on Hudson
  • Renovation of a Coastal Vacation Compound in Seal Harbor, Maine
  • Townhouse and Artist’s Studio on New York City’s Upper East Side
  • Chelsea Gallery and Residence

Inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 2000, Bierman’s work has received extensive acclaim from his peers as well as from the design press. Bruce's work have appeared in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, House & Garden, House Beautiful, Interior Design, Luxe and The New York Times Magazine. His work has been featured in international design magazines throughout Europe, Japan, South America, South Africa and was seen worldwide on CNN’s “In-Style with Elsa Klensch.” He has been named one of “The top 10 Designer’s to Watch,” “America’s Most Brilliant Decorator’s A-Z,” one of the 20 “Best Interior Designers in the United States,” and one of the “Top Influencers” in the Home Design Industry.