Photographer Ngoc Minh Ngo captures the details of a single blossom. She recently published a book, *In Bloom: Creating and Living With Flowers*(Rizzoli, 2016), and she is acclaimed for her interiors photography.
Photo: Bunny Williams Home

Bunny Williams Celebrates Flower Power with a Special Exhibition

The famed designer curates a captivating display of floral-themed art at her Manhattan showroom

A leading doyenne of New York’s interior design world, Bunny Williams is renowned for her impeccable taste and classic style. She is also an absolute maestro when it comes to adding a generous dose of floral prints or a cheerful chintz. Now, the celebrated designer is presenting a beautiful selection of floral-themed artworks at her Manhattan Bunny Williams Home showroom in an exhibition titled “Flowers Through Art.” Opening March 28 and running through early May, the show puts the spotlight on a handful of artists—Christian Brechneff, Hilary Cooper, John Funt, Ngoc Minh Ngo, and Bill Tansey—whom Williams admires and consistently uses in her design projects.

A room designed by Bunny Williams with a painting by John Funt. Photo: Bunny Willliams Home

Williams’s elegant spaces are filled with personality and warmth, and, as an expert gardener, she always finds ways to bring a touch of the outdoors inside. Regardless of how grand her rooms are, they always have a fresh and welcoming appeal. Of course, to achieve this type of layered interior, the appropriate choice of art is key. “After many years of being a designer, I have become very aware of how important the addition of artwork of any type is to a room,” says Williams, who often uses images with brightly colored blossoms, bouquets, and other flora. “I am always excited to work with clients who own artwork, as I know the house will have an immediate magic. I like to mix prints, drawings, oil paintings, watercolors, and photographs—what makes things work together is how you hang them.” 232 E. 59th St., 3rd Floor, New York.

To see a selection of artworks on display at Bunny Williams Home, click here.


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