Bringing a bit of the outdoors inside, Bath in a Garden Folly draws inspiration from the grand garden rooms of 18th century Europe to create a cozy and peaceful bathroom retreat.
Distinguished interior designer Bunny Williams utilized natural elements such as limestone, marble, wood and textiles to create a relaxing personal space that also happens to be a functional bathroom. Williams wanted to use a freestanding bath as a focal point for the garden-inspired suite and selected the charming KOHLER® Iron Works Historic™ bath in Tea Green™ to fulfill her vision.
"Bath in a Garden Folly is all about bringing a little more elegance and warmth into the bathroom, especially as it is the one room where people spend a lot of time," explains Williams.
About the designer
|Bunny Williams' highly developed sense of style has established her as one of the world's most renowned interior designers. During a celebrated 30-year career, marked by accolades from peers and press, Williams has never lost sight of her primary objective as a designer: to create relaxed, intimate spaces that are so inviting, her clients never want to leave them. |
Williams started her career with Stair and Company, the prestigious English antiques dealer. In 1967 Bunny left Stair and Company to join the venerable Parish-Hadley Associates, where she refined and expanded her talents while mastering the design principles taught by the company’s legendary partners. In 1988 Williams left to found her own company, Bunny Williams Incorporated. Today her design work is regularly featured in design magazines such as Architectural Digest, Veranda, House Beautiful, Garden Design, Victoria, British House and Garden and Elle Décor. Williams was inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 1996. She was also awarded the prestigious "Design and Business Award" by Edith Wharton Restoration in November of 2000, which honored women of achievement.