Friday, April 14, 2017

The Bunny Williams Collection for Currey & Company

The are a number of major launches scheduled for High Point Spring Market, including the already much buzzed-about debut of the Bunny Williams Collection for Currey & Company.  Masterful at creating rooms that are warm and welcoming, Williams recognizes the need to light rooms using a variety of sources: table lamps, wall sconces, and ceiling lights, all of which help to create an attractive glow.  Williams' table lamps, part of her popular private-label Bunny Williams Home collection, continue to be much in demand.  And now, partnering exclusively with Currey & Company, she is branching out into ceiling and wall fixtures.

The new collection's inspiration comes from antique and vintage fixtures that Williams has purchased and collected over the years.  The Malvasia Wall Sconce, perhaps my favorite piece in the collection, was based on antique fixture that Williams found at Scott Antiques in Atlanta.  Of vintage origins is the plaster and gold leaf Weslyn Wall Sconce, which takes its cue from a 1930s Italian model, as well as the Biddulph ceiling lamp, which is reminiscent of a 1940s Neoclassical fixture.

If you plan to attend High Point next week, be sure to visit the Currey & Company showroom (IHFC#M110) to see the new collection in person.  Or, visit the Currey & Company website or the Bunny Williams Home website for more information.

Wagner Wall Sconce, Antique Brass

One of my favorite designs from the new collection, the Malvasia Wall Sconce in Vintage Brass

Weslyn Wall Sconce in Gesso White/Contemporary Gold Leaf

Westley Wall Sconce in Verdigris with Antique Gold Leaf Accent

The Bentley Chandelier in Antique Green/Gold Leaf/Silver Leaf

Biddulph Semi-Flush Mount in Gold Leaf/White

All images courtesy of Currey & Co.


  1. I agree the Malvasia wall scone is one of those extraordinary items that makes me think if I got one for my upcoming birthday, I would have to re-do the decor in art deco. Just when I have my tacky 70's Mexican bordello down pat! I DO love the design of that. Happy Easter and/or Passover.