Just a quick post today... I've got a nasty cold, and I'm going to sit on the couch with some hot tea and a good book. Just thought I'd show you a few pictures of Bunny Williams' pool house.
As you can see, it's a blend of 18th-century garden folly and 19th-century Greek Revival architecture -- the proportions are definitely classical, and the materials are wonderful and whimsical. The pediment is clad in rough hewn timbers with bark still attached, and the columns are actually tree trunks.
Here you can see a beautiful dining area, complete with Joni Webb's favorite Kooboo wicker chairs, Do you suppose Bunny Williams reads Joni's blog? (She probably does. Everyone reads Joni's blog!) There is a kitchen out of sight to the right of the photo.
And finally, a shot of the hand-carved limestone fireplace, with a beautiful piece of architectural salvage hanging above. There is a sitting area off camera to the right, but the only picture I have of it is one my husband took, of me sitting where Bunny may have sat. And trust me, it would need a whole lot of Photoshopping to convince me to post that here... ;)
I hope to see you all for Mosaic Monday. And yes, it will probably be more Bunny Williams! The link machine should be up by 8:30 pm, Eastern time, Sunday. See you then!