Home Decorating Bunny Williams’s New York Showroom

Bunny Williams’s New York Showroom

Bunny Williams showroom Architectural Digest 1


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.


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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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