center on a passion for

creating nurturing environments


Believing that home is "sacred space," Sharon and her team work closely with clients to create environments that reflect their own personal style. "My goal is to help people create living spaces that reflect their personality and meet their individual and family needs. It’s my passion to guide clients through the creative process in designing a home that is a haven for them in a hectic world."




Sharon Vieregg

Owner, Principal Designer

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Since 1999, Sharon Vieregg's interior design ideas center on a passion for creating nurturing environments to live and work in. Whether a residential or commercial space, she is keenly aware of the emotional influence of color, finish materials, textiles, art, and their effect on the people who live and work within those spaces. Realizing that creating the design is only the beginning, Sharon has brought together a team of exceptional trades that can bring the design to fruition ... on time and on budget!  And while many have the opportunity to own a home they love to live in, there are many that do not.  That's why Sapphire Design Build works diligently to support Bridge Meadows an organization that helps Foster Children find forever families and homes that they love to live in. 

Mark Aalto

Mortgage Funding

Castellano's Custom Furniture

Custom Furniture and Reupholstery

Tim Clairmont

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Mary Culshaw

Certified Public Accountant

Dr. Kathleen Galigan


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Jeff Bennett

Fireplace Components

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Nancie Hines



Tony Juarez

Appliance Repair

Sheila Castanzo

Plumbing Fixtures

Curt Nelson

Home Audio Visual

Justin M. Riordan

HOME Staging for Real Estate

Stan Robinson


Terry Sprague


Bridge Meadows is a community designed to change the face of the foster care system. Every day, in the state of Oregon, over 8,000 children are in the system awaiting adoption or a reunion with their birth parents. For some of those children, that day will never come. Bridge Meadows is a unique and innovative solution to the current foster care crisis. Located in the Portsmouth Neighborhood of Portland, Bridge Meadows is a three-generation housing community consisting of homes for adoptive families and apartments for elders 55 and older. Parents and children who live at Bridge Meadows are provided a lifeline of support throughout their journey of adoption. We offer on-site counseling, cultural activities, workshops, support groups and recreation as a resource for parents and healing for children. Most importantly though, families are surrounded by elders who volunteer their time and energy on behalf of the community. Caring connections between families and grandparents are made every day. Elders at Bridge Meadows act as surrogate grandparents and mentors to the children and families who live here. Our elders volunteer 100 hours per quarter, or an average of 8 hours per week, teaching arts and crafts, giving music lessons and taking the kids to the park during the summer. Elders at Bridge Meadows are involved and active and experience meaning and purpose in their lives. - See more at: