The Bunny Williams Home showroom is now opened across 4,000 square feet in the Fine Arts Building (232 East 59 St., New York). The new space showcases unique antiques and decorative accessories, as well as a collection of art and photography and a selection of Williams’ collections: Bunny Williams Home (including new beds, occasional, upholstery and lighting); Bunny Williams for Mirror Image Home (mirrors); Bunny Williams for Chesney's (mantles); Bunny Williams for Lee Jofa (fabric and pillows); and Bunny Williams for Dash & Albert and Pine Cone Hill (pillows and throws).
The designer’s collections for Doris Leslie Blau and Century Furniture Outdoor will also be sold at the showroom, though these will not be on display.
The Fine Arts Building
Inside the new Bunny Williams showroom
“It has always been our goal to create a space for all of Bunny’s collections to be seen and shopped in one location. Bunny Williams Home has grown from a small collection of 35 SKUs to a complete home collection of over 150 SKUs of occasional furniture, upholstery, lighting and most recently beds," Jen Potter, chief operating officer of Bunny Williams Home, shared with EAL. "This showroom is the perfect way to show our full line which is complemented by Bunny collections for Dash & Albert, Lee Jofa and Chesney’s, among others. We’ve also layered in wonderful one-of-a-kind antiques as well as artwork. The Fine Arts Building is a favorite of ours as it offers a convenient location and is a brilliant community of showrooms. When we were introduced to this space, we knew it was the perfect fit.”
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