Bunny Williams is one of the great interior designers that can be found on this year’s AD100 list. She opened her interior design company in 1988, after over 20 years of working for a decorating studio Parish-Hadley Associates. Today Best Interior Designers will show’s you one of the most beautiful projects by this interior designer: an amazing Texas Ranch. Take a look and get inspired!
Living room with some rustic furniture characteristics.
Big windows are part of these stunning decor.
Interior classic porch with some golden details.
Master bedroom with classic valences and a crafted fireplace makes this space very cozy and luxurious.
Another classic touch with this antique dressing table and floral wallpaper.
This beautiful kitchen is in all traditional. Look at the dish cupboard, tiles and the big chandelier! Simply perfect.
This living room breath Nature with some elements like flowers, the cheetah and the color of entire room. Absolutely gourgeous!
Beautiful hand craftsmanship, exquisite designs and unparalleled high quality define Bunny Williams Home. An expression of legendary Interior Designer Bunny Williams’ creativity and distinctive aesthetic, our collection consists of reproductions of her own treasures as well as original designs that are essential to one’s home.
About Bunny Williams
Bunny Williams is a designer with a modern vision, a sense of history, and the confidence to take the unexpected path. Both a trailblazer and a tastemaker, Williams’ style is classic, but never predictable. Bunny Williams Inc., the interior design arm of her companies, was formed in 1988. Her ever-growing home furnishings collection, Bunny Williams Home, was founded in 2008 and launched a flagship showroom in the summer of 2015 in NYC. For 25 years, with her husband, antiques dealer John Rosselli, Williams ran and owned Treillage Ltd., a unique decorative home and garden shop that became an institution in New York. Her most recent book, On Garden Style, published by Abrams in April 2015, offers Williams’ inspiring tips on garden design. Since 2011, Bunny Williams has announced several licensing partnerships including a line of paper goods for Caspari, several mirror collections for Mirror Image Home, indoors rugs for Doris Leslie Blau, outdoor furniture for Century Furniture, outdoor rugs for Dash & Albert, and decorative pillows and throws for Pine Cone Hill, tabletop, decorative accessories and holiday for Ballard Designs and mantels and fireplace tools for Chesney’s. And most recently, Williams launched her first fabric collection with Lee Jofa.
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