Bunny Williams to Launch Lighting Line with Currey

New collection will premier at the April 2017 High Point Market
November 3, 2016David Gill

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NEW YORK-Designer Bunny Williams is teaming with Currey & Co. for a 25-piece collection of lighting.

The line will make its bow at High Point Market in April 2017. It will consist of flush mounts, pendants, chandeliers and sconces with designs inspired by antique fixtures Williams has sourced for her design clients over the years. Its materials include spun metal, brass, rope and carved wood.

“It is important to have light coming from several sources: the ceiling, the walls, and the tables,” Williams said. “Now, with my designs for Currey, I have a lighting collection that combines to create the perfect glow.”

Table lamps are already part of Williams’ private-label furniture line, Bunny Williams Home, “so it was of the utmost importance to select the right partner when expanding into fixtures,” said Jen Potter, COO for Bunny Williams Home. “Currey & Co. is a perfect fit in terms of quality, craftsmanship and excellence.”

David GillDavid Gill | Contributing Editor

David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.

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