Inside the home of Bunny Williams and John Rosselli
Bunny Williams and her husband, John Rosselli, are more than just the most famous designer/antiques dealer partners in this part of Litchfield County, Conn.
They are also an integral part of life in the Northwest Corner, beautifying life in their home town of Falls Village with the design shop 100 Main and with Williams’ contributions to the beautification of the Falls Village Inn; and the creation of the immensely successful Trade Secrets Rare Plant and Garden Antique Sale to benefit Women’s Support Services, in Sharon, Conn.
Williams was the founder of Trade Secrets and remains its honorary chair. She and Rosselli also open their property each spring as one of the four featured Trade Secrets garden tours.
Meanwhile, Williams and Rosselli continue with their own work in the design and furnishings fields, and continue to publish gorgeous books.
They have now extended their generosity to the town of Cornwall, Conn., where they will be interviewed in a Zoom talk fundraiser for the Cornwall Library on Sunday, April 11, at 3 p.m.
Their interviewer will be Cornwall’s own nationally famous and locally generous Roxanna Robinson, a well-known and respected author and teacher, who has shared her talents with the community during the COVID quarantine by hosting workshops and online literature classes.
Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased at wwwCornwalllibrary.org.
— Cynthia Hochswender