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One of the top design legends of New York City is Bunny Williams founded her interior design company in 1988, and now, 30 years later, she’s one of the biggest references in the world of interior design.
While creating beautiful rooms, Bunny’s first considerations are client service and attention to detail. To that end, Bunny has assembled two highly professional design teams, each headed by an accomplished Senior Designer.
Since launching her solo career, Bunny has also launched a collection of furniture and accessories known as Bunny Williams Home (including side tables, lamps, chairs, case pieces, upholstery, mirrors, coffee and drinks tables) and since 1991 co-owns a garden furniture and ornament shop in New York, with antique dealer John Rosselli, extending her love of design to beyond the interiors.
Inspired by Anglo-Indian form, this table is low, but commanding. The faux bone and Santos Rosewood design warm and soften the look, while the molded apron and heavy turned feet enhance the grandiose feel this coffee table brings. It anchors a seating space and would work beautifully in a traditional setting.
Inspired by the thoughtful simplicity of Tommi Parzinger, Paxton table is the perfect size to nestle into any living room. The brass details that fleck the simple geometric pedestal echo the painstaking processes that Parzinger employed. Finished in a PU lacquer, this table is as functional as it is beautiful, and can handle everyday family life with ease. Available in black or white.
Perched atop a bronzed open metal box base, the kaleidoscope patterned top conjures up the luxury of old parquetry floors.
Beautiful contrast between the mahogany, walnut and black cherry veneers make the Compass Rose coffee table one that will bring a warm, earthy tone to any color scheme – especially a neutrally colored space.
Originating from an intriguing Asian antique, out gilt coffee table makes a contemporary impression with its hand-rubbed silver gilt finish. The result is a striking piece of furniture that would bring levity and sophistication to a living room or any dainty seating area.
French Art Deco was the muse for this perfectly scaled table. With its gold gilt top, honey stain and brass detailing, it will bring a feeling of understated luxe to your room
This table will become a staple for any family room with its four rustic baskets that tuck beneath for handy storage. Magazines, TV remotes or toys could be easily hidden, but within arm’s reach when needed. Available in hand painted green or white – perfect for an inviting snug.
A dramatic silhouette in metal and stone. Skilled artisans craft this 1940s style table entirely by hand, first creating the metal base, applying gold or silver gilded finish and then topping it with a hand-polished creamy marble. The cool marble and warm metallic finish makes for a refined contrast that would sit magnificently in a contemporary, pale colored room, or a space that embraces traditional aesthetics.
Ming table is loyal to age-old traditional Chinese style, but incorporates modern sensibilities with its clean lines, rubbed ebony finish and luxurious Crema Marfil marble top. A wonderful statement piece for a minimalist living room, it is sure to be the focal point wherever it stands.
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