August 29, 2014


Bunny Williams has, for many years, been one of my arbiters of great taste. I’ve been lucky enough to meet her on a number of occasions, and she’s proven to be more than warm and gracious every time. While many people are jacks of all trades, she’s a master of all! And what-ever she puts her hand to, and her name on, is always of high quality and great beauty. Such is the case with her collaboration with Ballard Designs. BunnyWilliamsimageMost of the collection is tabletop and features china, cutlery and glassware, as well as accessories. Let’s take a look.

The Campbell Collection, a 16 piece set of chinaimage

Tortoise-handled cutlery, made in Italyimage

Silver-wire cachepot, perfect for holding a pint of ice-cream!image

Clear spiral glass and cobalt gobletsimage

Tortoise hurricaneimage

Melange dinner-wareimageimageMercury glass votives, which also come in silver and amberimage

Beaded pagoda candle coverimage

Charging station. I could totally use one of these! It also comes in chocolate.image

Kitchen hearth table clothimage

Straight out of Beatrix Potter, watering can place card holdersimage

Banded dinner napkins which also come in natural and whiteimage

Horn salt & pepper setimage

Although the collection won’t be shipped until September 25, it is available for order now. The price points on this collection are very reasonable. To see more of the collection, please click here.


  1. Lovely. Does tortoiseshell ever get old? I think not.

  2. I am so excited to hear about Bunnys new collection. Everything looks gorgeous. Her taste is always perfect.

  3. Ooh, I'm enchanted with the beaded pagoda candleholder! What fun.

    1. They are fun... i can see them scattered across a table, with a great chinoiserie print cloth!

  4. WOW + Must go to ballards now.

  5. The lattice cache pot and beaded pagodas are an immediate must.

  6. SO lovely! I love Bunny's style and her books.

  7. I love everything especially the beaded pagoda and cobalt goblets!


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