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Interhall Shopping – Bunny Williams Home New Collection at Spring High Point Market 2017

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I love to peruse the aisles of Interhall when I hit High Point Market.  It seems there are always so many exciting vendors down the halls of this venue in High Point.  This year did not disappoint!  So many to see and many new ones to add to my offerings to clients.  I was so excited to see new people and reacquaint with old friends who I have bought from for years. Bunny Williams Home was showing in Interhall this market and was one of the first showrooms I visited.  
Bunny Williams Home did not disappoint this High Point Market.  I was so happy to see her collection being shown again after a hiatus from High Point Market for a few years.  
Bunny is one of my favorite designers because her projects are always so beautiful yet livable so it is nice to have the option of incorporating some of the furniture she has designed into my own projects.  My favorite piece in the collection was this plaster bas relief garden art. It will be showing up in a project of mine very soon!  This piece was inspired by a bas relief mural originally hand-carved in a little village outside of Semarang which Bunny owned.  This piece is available in interior grade plaster or exterior grade plaster that can be used outdoors.  I also love the large scale coffee table with built-in tray which would be perfect for serving drinks, or as a resting place for interesting objects or books.  The tray is removable which allows for multi-functional use.  The ottoman shown here is in signature Bunny blue and features details like button tufted upholstery, hand-carved turned wooden feet and French nailhead trim.
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This bed was another favorite from the new collection.  Bunny’s beautiful craftsmanship is evident in this beautifully designed bed with Greek key ironwork.  I love the high quality of the materials and beautifully executed finishes she chooses for her products.   Bunny uses some of her own furniture as inspiration for her collection and rounds out the collection with original designs that she feels are needed in today’s home but she can’t find in the marketplace for her own clients.   Her designs are classic and timeless yet creative.

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There were so many beautiful new pieces that don’t look new like the Arabella mirror shown above.  Hand carved wood with a flowing whimsical feel which mimics draped fabric on a wall would be beautiful in a foyer, dining room, bedroom or basically any room in the house.  The gold gilt finish adds glamour.  I think it would be lovely in a powder room or above a vanity in a dressing room. 

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The Parker Sofa shown here in deep blue velvet makes you feel like royalty when you sit on it and it should since it was originally designed for British Royalty!  It was inspired by an antique Knole-style sofa Bunny had in her apartment for many years.  Bunny updated the design with exposed wood finials at the top corners with a matching tie-back connecting the drop-down side arms and back.  My favorite detail about this sofa is the decorative nailhead trim which is designed in a geometric pattern around the base of the sofa. 
So those are a few of my favorites from the latest collection of Bunny Williams Home.
  Make sure to visit her website here to see more!

Exquisite designs and unparalleled high quality are what define Bunny Williams Home.

I will be posting more about what I found in Interhall this market so stay tuned for me!

This post was sponsored by Esteem Media.  I was a participate for the Esteem Media Design Bloggers Tour for High Point April 2017 market!

Make sure you check out the post from my fellow Design Bloggers Tour participates!

The bloggers selected for this tour include:
– Courtney Allison,
– Margot Austin,
– Nina Magon,
– Michiel Perry,
– Jana Platina Phipps,
– Ruthie Staalsen,

Here is a Hug Shout out to the Sponsors participating in the tour:

– Artefama Furniture,
– Bernhardt Furniture,
– Century Furniture,
– Crypton Home Fabric,
– Eastern Accents/Pandora’s Manor,,
– IMC – Interhall,
– Nathan Anthony Furniture,
– Rachel Ashwell,
– The MT Company,
– Theodore Alexander,
– Universal Furniture,
–Bunny Williams Home
–Huntington House
Thank you to Luba and Adam from Esteem Media who allowed me to participate this market.  It was a blast as always!  oxo lisa
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