Bradshaw Orrell received his Master’s of Fine Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design and his Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  After college, Bradshaw led the design teams for such companies as Niermann Weeks and Baker Furniture. Bradshaw designed furniture, lighting and case goods for both companies. He was also responsible for the design of the showrooms while at Niermann Weeks. At Baker, he designed collections such as Collector’s Edition, Collector’s Edition Lighting, and Baker Studio.

Bradshaw opened Bradshaw Orrell Interiors in 2007. One of his first projects was the Proximity Hotel, which was the first platinum green hotel in the country.  He continues to work on commercial projects including the Proximity Hotel and O.Henry Hotel. Other commercial projects include Boulton Creative, Genuity Concepts, Market Square, and the repurposing of Summerfield Farms.

Bradshaw’s residential projects are traditional with a crisp, clean, modern edge. His work ranges from designing homes from the ground up to projects of all sizes. Although currently his primary focus is residential, he continues to work closely with the furniture industry consulting on product and showroom design for companies like Wrangler, Kindel Furniture, and Zagaroli Classics. Currently, he is working on a licensed collection of furniture that will consist of case goods and upholstery. Bradshaw has also expanded into the luxury kitchen and bath fixture market with a line of products designed for Thompson Traders.