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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Bunny Williams

Ok I’ll admit it.
I’m a little jealous that Mary of Little Red House
just recently visited Bunny Williams home.
No not really because if she hadn't I wouldn't be able to share this with you.
She’s just as gaga as I am about this designer.
She lives in Falls Village Ct. ….bunny that is
( I’ll admit I don’t know where Falls Village is)
But nothing a google map search won’t rectify


                            

I’m showing one photo from Mary’s blog to show how the right use of foliage can
be so dramatic.
Mary has done such a great job featuring this designer that I will
leave you to read it HERE.
She’s done a few posts on Bunny so be sure to
read more on the rest of her blog

13 comments:

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

Hi Carole!
I accidentally found Mary's blog yesterday and got to take a tour of Bunny's hardens through her blog! Thanks for reminding us to go there.
Definitely a real and rare treat for sure!
xx
Alison

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Carole
I'll have to pop over and check it out.. Love the butterfly shot in your sidebar.. ciao ciao xxx Julie

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

Hi Carole, Now this is amazing. When I read your post, I thought "who is Bunny Williams"? I went over to the Little Red House blog and still didn't have a clue when I looked at the pictures first. When Mary mentioned Bunny's book "An Affair With a House" I had my light bulb moment though. This book is on my online bookstore wishlist for about 2 years now. I learned about it when I was shopping for another lovely book called "Cottages on the Coast" and the one by Bunny Williams was a book that other customers had bought as well. I fell in love with the cover immediately and liked the review too. Thank you for linking over to Mary! I enjoyed the house and garden tour very much.
xoxo,
Julia

slommler said...

Gorgeous!!! Amazing display of greenery!!
Hugs
SueAnn

moosecraft said...

So beautiful!!!! What's the name of the purple/cream variety in the front? I remember that as a houseplant in my Mom's house and would love to find one for my home of today.

time worn interiors said...

I've loved Bunny design for years! Gonna go check out the blog! Thanks!
tot

trash talk said...

With a name like Bunny, you just know she's got it going on.
Love the plant stand thingy.
Deb

Laura @ 52 FLEA said...

Hi Carole,
Years ago...Paula, Evi and I attended Trade Secrets held at Bunny Williams estate in Falls Village. It was indeed fabulous even though it snowed! I will check out Mary's blog now. Love that shot of the beautiful green and varied foliage! :)

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

Hey Carole....what a stunning foliage display. Heading over to met Mary! Thanks for sharing.
CYA,
Susie

Zuzu said...

Whenever I hear those two little words - Bunny Williams - I've got to check it out. Her style is amazing!
Thanks for the link to Mary's, Carole!
Hugs,
~ Zuzu

MJ Ornaments said...

I agree, this is beautiful!
Take care,
Martha

sweetpea said...

carole, all i can say is WOW!

hugs,

shelley

vicki said...

Seriously- I would have never thought of this- it is simply fabulous! I'll go check out your friends blog--
xoxo,Vicki