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Bunny Williams for J. Pocker

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The first vignette, which features three animal portraits in varied sizes alongside a city view, has a timeless farmhouse feel that would provide any room with a sweet, homey air.

 

I just have to tell you all about a new collaboration between interior designer (and personal friend of mine) Bunny Williams and New York custom picture framing institution J. Pocker. The two have joined forces to create a unique  line of curated art collections available for purchase. They are currently featuring three vignettes which include several framed artworks that can either be purchased individually or as a group for use in a gallery-style display.

 

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The second set is flanked on the top row by two portraits, lending a sophisticated bent to the colorful landscape and abstract piece included below them.

This is an amazing idea for a collaboration, especially since gallery-style displays are so difficult to master. With three ready-made mixes of curated artworks to choose from, home decorators can get a little expert advice from the three vignettes, all of which include measurements and layout tips for easy installment. In all three vignettes, the framing has clearly been chosen by experts, and only serves to enhance the beauty of the artworks.

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The final vignette features a range of colorful floral reproductions, along with a lovely landscape painting for a romantic, natural feel.

Bunny has an incredible eye and timeless style and most of the works included in the three vignettes are reproductions of art she has purchased for herself over the years. It's an intimate snapshot into her personal collection. The curated sets are available for purchase by calling Bunny Williams Home at (212) 925-5930 or visiting J.Pocker's website.

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