July 25th, 2015
In The Wall Street Journal

Bunny Williams

I’m no expert when it comes to interiors, which is why I appreciate the designer Bunny Williams and her practical advice on how to create an “informally elegant”, yet livable, home—a home that welcomes children, dogs, and everyday life. These images, and a wonderful Q&A with Ms. Williams, are in today’s WSJ.


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  • I was an interior and architectural designer for 20 years, and she was always one of my sources of inspiration. Everything she says in that article is true (for me.)

    KathyJuly 25th, 2015  4:48 PM

  • LOVE everything about her!

    AliJuly 25th, 2015  6:41 PM

  • When Ms. Williams replied she had no idea what ‘the most fashionable place to visit’ was and wouldn’t visit even if she did . . . I wanted to stand up and applaud! I used to visit her shop regularly when in NY. Many good nuggets of information in this interview!

    PaulaJuly 25th, 2015  11:36 PM

  • I also liked the article. Bunny seems like the consummate professional; all about the work, not about herself. I hope some of the younger interior designers will figure this out soon. In this “its all about branding oneself” culture, I’m not sure how soon this will be.

    AprilJuly 26th, 2015  10:52 AM

  • I’m looking for inspiration for my next home and this is great! I love the feel of it.


    MairaJuly 26th, 2015  11:42 AM

  • April has identified the the problem of the century ~ ‘branding’ is just another word for ‘how to trick everyone into thinking you are someone you are not.’ : )))

    PaulaJuly 26th, 2015  4:42 PM


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