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American interior designer Bunny Williams is thrilled her collection has come to Thailand

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Bunny Williams has always been up for a challenge. After 22 years with the venerable decorating firm Parish-Hadley Associates, famed for decorating the White House, she established her company Bunny Williams Home in 1988. Now the veteran American interior and furniture designer has her sights set on Thailand. 

"I was over the moon when I was approached [with] the proposal to showcase my work at DM Home, which already offers a great selection from other famous American brands," said Williams. "My collection in Bangkok is very much a mix-and-match of the various types of furniture I have designed. Some may have influences dating back to 17th century Italy, while others might have a touch of mid-century France. There are also items, such as the glass table, which can look good in both a traditional home as well as a modern home.

"My furniture is such that you can mix and match it to suit your lifestyle. There are also smaller-size sofas, tables and chairs that can be used in smaller spaces, such as condos."

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