Bunny William's Scrapbook for Living
Bunny Williams is renowned for her glamorous design and attention to every little detail in her clients’ homes. Using her incredible knowledge of design and decor, and drawing on her wealth of experience, Williams takes the reader through several homes room by room, showing creative ways to organize and add personal touches. From dining rooms (place a chest of drawers nea...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by Stewart, Tabori and Chang
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In this home decorating book for the wealthy, the author with the improbable first name of Bunny, covers every room of the house and gives mostly redundant tips and advice. Based on the insipid prose, this book in fact is more a coffee table book than one meant to be really read, the printed matters acting as contrast to the generous display of small collages of photographs of cluttered, elegant rooms full of expensive tchotchkes.
Not knowing who Bunny Williams is, I ordered this book for the library because so many people requested it. Given the title, I assumed it was a scrapbooking book. Because of the photos on the cover, I picked it up. Interesting photography (I love the color combinations on the page), not so interesting text.