Bunny Williams does it again! The new additions to her Bee Line Home Line were all must haves! This market's showroom was a mix of her current line long with new introductions. I always enjoy popping in her showroom to see how the vignettes are put together. I am never disappointed with her style and always leave wanting more. When I go in her showroom I feel like I am entering her home. The sales reps are always so friendly and inviting. The first day I went in the showroom there was a team from Martha Stewart Living. My guess is you will see
Bee Line Home featured in an upcoming Martha Stewart magazine. Here are some of my iPhone photos of the showroom. Although not great photographs, Bunny's exquisite line and style shine through.
All Bee Line Home lamps are hand painted and hand crafted. This turquoise finish on this oversized temple jar is a favorite of mine. The perfect pop of color and a true work of art!
The Palomino table and Paramount Chairs
The starlight mirror is the star of this vignette. It was not a new introduction but I love the modern interpretation of the Moravian star recreated in a mirror.
Sorry had to share this picture because it has that adorable young woman from Martha Stewart Living in it. she was taking notes on her phone. It also shows the corner of that gorgeous rug in one of the vignettes.
The hand carved Skol Chest is still in the line and a fabulous piece. The
Gustavian style bar has a handsome star and lyre motif on each door.
Beautiful side table with bamboo hardware. Here's another peep at that yummy rug...
The Fred and Ginger side table with its elegant tapered legs
Here are my favorite new introductions....
The Neoclassical mirror has a classical motif with a chalky white finish and gilt accents. It would be beautiful over a console in a foyer or as they showed in the showroom over a sofa. It's grand size makes it a showstopper anywhere it is used. 40"W x 65" H
The Antoinette Sofa is the perfect size sofa for a small apartment, bedroom or anywhere space is an issue. It is also very comfortable.
The button down is a mid century inspired chest with the whimsical touches of knobs which mimic buttons down the side of the chest. The honey stained finish makes this chest an easy piece to mix with painted finishes or darker stained pieces.
Bunny is known for her drinks table here is my very fav....The skirted drinks table... This carved wood table is made to look like a skirted table.
The oversized Low Country Coffee table in its antique green finish is perfect for family rooms. The four water hyacinth baskets underneath can house magazines, remotes, toys or anything that you may like to have
available in your family room but would prefer hidden.
The Palomino Table is fabulous used alone, but could be paired with a twin to create a dynamic look in a dining room. The top of the table is pressed wood-pressed faux shagreen squares on cerused oak. The faux shagreen is brilliant because you get the look of shagreen yet a much more durable surface. The octagonal base is simply beautiful!
If you are in NYC be sure to visit Bunny Williams's Pop Up Store which is back by popular demand til May 18th at 306 East 61st Street, 4th Floor. Open to the public.
9am - 5pm Monday - Friday. No appointment necessary.
The shop will feature the full line from Bunny Williams's Bee Line Home as well as items from Treillage and her new licensed mirror line Mirror Image Home.
(all photos personal or from Bee Line Home)