Monday, October 18, 2010


Bunny is back and has she been busy! Beeline Home, her furniture and accessories line is making it's High Point debut, AND her new book, Scrapbook for Living is out. Her entire collection will be on view at The Wesley Hall showroom, 310 North Hamilton. Beeline was launched out of Bunny William's New York office to retail stores in 2009. Now, Collection II boasts 45 new introductions of sofas, chairs, small tables, mirrors, lighting and additional accessories, and is available to a wide audience of buyers and designers. If you are at market, pop in for a visit and tell them Marisa at Stylebeat sent you. Take a peek here at some fab new additions.

Every High Point Furniture showroom should take a page out of Bunny's book. Seeing fully styled, easy to relate to, richly layered spaces makes them oh so appealing and easier for buyers to imagine in their stores.

Combining light and dark finishes, this room has a dynamic feel. Don't be afraid to mix things up, having the same finish throughout is boring.

Mirrors open up a space and add reflective surfaces.

The rich upholstery color palette provides inspiring design tips and shows buyers how to work with color. A little glimmer and gleam from a gilded mirror frame adds a touch of glamour.

A cozy reading nook makes a room comfortable. Accessory placement and fresh flowers are key, they bring a room to life. Think of them as beautifying essentials, not afterthoughts.

The glamorous Zeigfeld Mirror inspired by Venetian heritage and craftsmanship

The Star chair with classic lines

The triangular Porter's Drinks table in black lacquer with cut out sides

Photos courtesy of Bunny Williams
John's Sofa with a deep seat and nail head trim


quintessence said...

What's not to like about anything that has to do with Bunny Williams?! The new pieces look fabulous and I agree - I love seeing vignettes of pieces staged in a room setting - gets the cogwheels turning.

John J. Tackett said...

Nice reporting! Bunny's line is great!

Hamptontoes said...

Well, she certainly has been as busy as a "bee!" Loving all the new pieces and I've always loved how Bunny's presentations are the best! Even her office space feels like rooms in a home.

Creategirl said...

thanks for posting! The mirror is just too gorgeous, I can't wait to see more of her line! As a former visual merchandiser I could not agree more....a well styled room makes all the difference!

Unknown said...

Bunny just continues to create and set a pace that is impressive!!

suzanne vachon said...

Thanks for the news on Bunny Williams, she is one of my favorite Designer.