4 Ways to Use Bunny Williams’ Upholstered Screen

Bunny Williams' upholstered screen in a cozy, family room

We love Bunny Williams’ collected style, so we’re always looking for ways to bring that perfectly layered look into our homes. Her new Nailhead Folding Screen makes it easy to add art, pattern, and purpose to an empty corner or space. We’re showing you four ways we’ve used this upholstered screen that comes in more than 200 colors!

Bunny Williams' upholstered screen in a cozy, family room

Our favorite part about Bunny’s nailhead screen is that can be used to display artwork. It’s substantial enough to display cards and even framed art. In this cozy living room, her screen, upholstered in our Danish Linen, has a place of importance displaying holiday cards.

Bunny Williams' Nailhead Folding Screen upholstered in Ballard Designs Arryanna Taupe

Folding screens have always been used to create privacy, so they’re a natural fit for a bedroom. We chose our Arryanna Taupe fabric and paired it with a collection of sunburst mirrors.

Hang art and mirrors from Bunny Williams' nailhead folding screen

Been wanting to create a gallery wall of family photos? Curate your own collection by pinning up a rotating mix of favorites. A variety of frames and shapes blend together when they’re united on the folding panels.

Hang art and mirrors from Bunny Williams' nailhead folding screen

We always love a grouping of botanicals in a room, but instead of painstakingly hanging them in a perfect grid, considering pinning them to an upholstered screen, like we did here.  Simple T-pins are all you need to turn your prints or even kids’ drawings into an artistic focal point.

For more design inspiration, visit our Pinterest Boards, or find more gorgeous rooms in our Photo Gallery.

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About the Author:

Caroline McDonald
Caroline lives for pairing together patterns, mixing furniture styles, and oogling over our newest furniture pieces. As you can imagine, her little 1920's craftsman is in a constant state of flux. Here on How to Decorate, it's her goal to help you turn your home into your own little slice of paradise.

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