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Bunny Williams, a world-renowned interior designer and garden expert with her own Manhattan-based company, is the author of STC’s An Affair with a House and Bunny Williams’ Point of View. With her husband, antiques dealer John Rosselli, she owns Treillage Ltd., a home and garden decor shop in New York City. Williams has homes in Manhattan, Connecticut, and Punta Cana.
This book is making its name as a wedding shower present. But also as a practical help to plump up a home and make it more home-y; as eye candy with a good cup of coffee; as a gift... Read morePublished 8 months ago by amy archer
The book has great ideas but the small pictures are a bit tedious to look at. I prefer larger photos.Published 17 months ago by B. L. Williams
I have all of the Bunny Williams book and I love this book as much as the others. This book goes into more details on how to design and operate a home. Very pleased.Published 18 months ago by Joan Hensley
It was well done the pictures are just gorgeous
I enjoy reading about all the styles and it gave me lots of ideas
LOVED IT but for me it screams EXCESS...do we really need out closets to look like LORD&TAYLOR?
I have recently down sized and sold a lot of my stuff.... Read more
Very disappointed - visited her home on a garden tour - expected more decorating info - don't understand the layouts - very confusing and not in keeping with her simple yet elegant... Read morePublished on December 10, 2012 by doriA
I love design books and Bunny Williams work. I have all her books but this one was a disappointment. The little images were messy, no new news!Published on November 8, 2012 by DIANE KREMER
Plastic Book Jacket was cracked in the book and this was not noted in the product description. This would have influenced by purchasing this productPublished on September 24, 2012 by SteveHaley
I love everything Bunny Williams writes about primarily because I love her central concept for interior design. Read morePublished on August 1, 2012 by Mona Chipman