Tour Bunny Williams’ flower cutting room, mudroom, powder room, and gallery, and learn more about her inspiration and sources for these beautiful spaces. If you enjoy this feature, subscribe to FLOWER magazine for more inspiring homes, gardens, lifestyle content, and of course, florals!
Flower Cutting Room
“A place to pot plants and arrange flowers is a necessity for me because they give life to a room. But this space also serves as a laundry, and if you don’t garden, you can always bathe your dogs in the sink.”
“The beautiful pewter countertops from Francois & Co. wear well, and I love the lacquered blue cabinetry from Kingdom Woodworks.”
“The tapestry wallpaper I designed for Lee Jofa instantly gives the feeling of walking into a garden.” Bunny also recommends a mix of antiques and newer pieces. “Something old, something new, and different textures make a room more interesting.”
With space at a premium in the powder room, the designer floated a serpentine vanity in the corner and carried through the progression of blues in a smaller-scaled pattern from Thibaut.
“On the back porch, we hung a mirror so either coming or going, you can see how you look. Everybody looks in the mirror when they come in or out of the house.” The round form of the mirror they selected from Ballard Designs echoes the round window in the gallery.
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