Bunny Williams’ New Elegant Outdoor Furniture

New York-based designer Bunny Williams has always been associated with visually interesting, charming, and versatile outdoor furniture. And this new collection, as always, showcases her exceptional eye for detail. These pieces are so nice they’d look good indoors as well—but keep them outside and they’re reward you by developing beautiful patinas.

Bunny Williams’ New Outdoor Furniture

A Bunny Williams white outdoor couch sits outside on a deck behind a brown outdoor table.

Medallion Coffee Table 

A Ming-style, medallion-cornered table Bunny once admired inspired this decorative outdoor coffee table, in sustainable teak. The slatted top lets water pass through when it rains.

A Bunny Williams outdoor table with two chairs sitting at it and flowers resting on the brown table.

Silhouette Dining Table

Taking the outdoor dining table to new levels, it begins with a recombinated quatrefoil base and streamlined feet. Made of sustainably sourced that will weather beautifully. 

A Bunny Williams brown bench sits outside with a plant, books, and a scarf sitting on it.

Georgian Bench  

A fresh way of using teak, the new Georgian bench is sandblasted and unstained, celebrating the strength of the durable hardwood. The form is inspired by an early 20th century English form.  

A larger outdoor brown wicker chair with a white cousin sits by a brown table.

Crofter’s Dining Chair, Lounge Chair, and Sofa 

Inspired by traditional forms and made in all-weather wicker, this elegant outdoor group also features teak end caps on the arms of each piece plus durable Sunbrella upholstery.  

A Bunny Williams Louis chair sits outside in front of a brown table.

Louis Teak Dining Chair  

Possibly the most fun outdoor chair ever, in a traditional Louis XVI shape. Made from sustainably sourced teak, which will weather to a warm, silvery gray plus all-weather wicker. 

A Bunny Williams small blue pattern garden stool with two books on top sits beside a white chair.

Pheasant Feather Garden Stool  

An intentionally drippy, traditional sancai glaze and applied to a barrel-form garden stool equals a chic and one-of-a-kind piece for your garden.

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Story Stephen Treffinger / Photos Courtesy of Bunny Williams

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