The Upper East Side of New York City, once known as a ho-hum neighborhood, has been getting a makeover lately, thanks to the influx of restaurant, bars, and galleries that have been opening up on seemingly every corner. There’s a lot to love here, but our favorite new addition is Bunny Williams’s showroom. Set in 4,000 square feet in the dramatic Fine Arts Building, it’s a testament to Bunny’s timeless, cultured style, and a great place to get inspired—and pick up some phenomenal home décor items.
Of course, with Bunny’s sense of mixing time periods, textures, fabrics, and art objects, we knew this showroom would be a far cry from the mundane vignettes you find in so many décor stores. Instead, she has carefully arranged each setting—living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, and more—with a combination of furniture from her Bunny Williams Home line, rugs from her Dash & Albert collection, and a variety of antiques and accessories from her travels. She tells Architectural Digest, “Great design is not about pedigree but panache, and the fun is putting it all together. I personally like wood tables with painted chairs. I like a little gold in a room. I like different textures because I think they stand out. But I want to show something for everyone.”
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