For the first time ever, interior designer Bunny Williams brings all three of her product lines, both new and antique, together under the same roof in a New York City Pop-Up shop.
Located at 306 East 61st Street, Floor 4, the shop will be open from May 1 to May 11, closed weekends.
The shop converges Beeline Home (lighting, mirrors, upholstery, furniture, and accessories), Treillage (objects new and old aggregated from her and her husband and business parnter John Roselli's travels around the world), and Bunny Williams for Mirror Image, her first licensing deal debuting at High Point Market next week.
Saphire Mirror, Madarin Mirror, Pagoda Mirror and Lotus Mirror.
Of her collaboration with Mirror Image, Williams said, “I rarely design a room that doesn’t include a mirror. I especially adore ones with grand scale and strong shapes--they add dimension and instant allure. It is exciting to create a collection with design influences from around the globe. My favorite rooms are filled with the things I have found on my travels. Mirror Image has been the perfect partner to interpret my eclectic tastes.”
The shop is open to both consumers and designers 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
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