Reflection on Bunny Williams

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Fea­tured in count­less mag­a­zines, Bunny Williams is one of our favorite designers who shares a Clayton Gray Home flare. We are thrilled to offer a col­lec­tion of her beau­tiful mir­rors.  A main­stay in the design world, Bunny Williams opened her own inte­rior design firm in 1988, Bunny Williams Incor­po­rated.  Prior to that she was with the dec­o­rating firm Parish-​​Hadley Asso­ciates for 22 years. Bunny’s style com­bines colors, pat­terns, and tex­tures in a way that is bal­anced yet unstruc­tured to give a space an unex­pected clas­si­cally appealing look.

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Cre­ating unique rooms without the Garan­imal big box store feel, you will find that Bunny Williams and Clayton Gray Home have many things in common. Eclectic yet cohe­sive­ness is the goal. You want your home to be stylish but also liv­able. No space should be too spe­cial not to be lived in.  Below are some mem­o­rable rooms designed by Bunny.  Notice the atten­tion to detail, sym­met­rical vs asym­met­rical, and bril­liant use of scale.  The direct result of great focus and metic­u­lous planning.

Bunny Williams 1Images found via Pin­terest

To quote Bunny, “You don’t have to worry about how many mir­rors you have in a room. It always gives a won­derful reflec­tion of light.”  Bunny’s mir­rors work in both formal and casual environments.Bunny Williams Mirrors

Shown Above : 1-​​Lotus Mirror ; 2-​​Roulette Mirror ; 3-​​Be There Or Be Square Mirror ; 4-​​Garbo Mirror ; 5-​​Sapphire Mirror ; 6-​​Phoenix Mirror

Check out our full col­lec­tion of Bunny Williams mir­rors on the Clayton Gray Home site.

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