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BunnyWilliamsforSouthernLiving - Design Chic

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Tour the Sumptuous Home of Bunny Williams and John Rosselli

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The staggered heights of the pedestals add even more interest to this plant display.

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Antique mirrors, graceful hurricane lamps, and marble-top tables add elegance to a room filled with plants.

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The very sociable Bunny and John host many dinner parties in the conservatory. The tabletop and the bases are made of stone; the ceramic gourds are by Christopher Spitzmiller.

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For the formal parterre gardens, visible from the conservatory where Bunny does much of her entertaining, part of the decision to create a box structure was the beautiful view it provided year-round, whether filled with annuals in the summer or covered with snow in the winter.

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A slightly worn table and set of chairs are perfectly at home on the porch. “I don’t want to go in a room where everything needs restoring,” says Bunny. “But there is something about patina that is relaxing.” The washable rugs are from her collection for Dash & Albert.

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The porch—which features screen windows in the summer and glass ones in the winter—runs the length of the house. Bunny used a natural-tone palette so that “when you are in this room you feel like you are already in the garden.”

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Bunny bought this painted English chest at an auction; the mirror is a carved French antique, and the “hydrangeas” and their pots are all made of tole.

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“It’s heaven” waking up in her pale turquoise bedroom, says Bunny. The bed, made of bone, was designed by John and built in his shop; the limestone-topped bedside table is from Bunny Williams Home.

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Bunny and John eat breakfast (including eggs from their own chickens) at this table in the kitchen while the dogs sit on the leather couch—known as “the dogs’ TV”—looking out at the world.

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How much china does Bunny Williams own? “I don’t want to tell you,” she says. She doesn’t collect full sets; when she and John entertain, the dinner plates might not match the dessert plates and may come from disparate eras, but they always share the same color scheme.

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The kitchen features modern appliances alongside the house’s original 18th-century fireplace; the “tree trunk” pottery pieces atop the bookcase are antique.

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Bunny is a big fan of urns, and she often fills this patinated brass-and-iron one with flowers. The table is from Bunny Williams Home; the green dishes are antique Wedgwood.

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A warm palette and a wide range of textures and materials—linen, velvet, satin, sea grass, rough cotton, polished wood—create depth and interest in the library.

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The mahogany Victorian dining table (inherited from Bunny’s great-aunt) is used for everyday dining and entertaining; in a low-ceilinged room an antique tole lamp makes a great alternative to a chandelier.

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The wall color was inspired by the yellow-orange of a room in Belmond Villa San Michele, a former monastery in Fiesole, Italy. Bunny painted the walls herself, achieving the watercolor-over-plaster effect by thinning the paint with water.

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Set atop an antique cabinet, a self-service bar featuring a 1950s apple-shape ice bucket (found by John in a junk shop) sets a relaxed tone for entertaining.

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The living room sparkles with gold accents plus art and objects that reflect the couple’s interest in animals and gardens.

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A leopard-print runner makes a playful contrast to a set of 18th-century botanical prints hanging above the staircase.

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Bunny stenciled the original pine floorboards in the entryway with a pattern resembling giant tortoiseshells.

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