I’ve been meaning to visit Bunny Williams’ two Treillage shops the last few times I’ve been in NYC, and just haven’t managed to make it. So on this recent trip, I was determined to make it to one, of not both outposts of Treillage.
One of the shops specializes in items for the garden, and the other is more table-top and home goods. The garden shop was my first stop. It’s on East 75th street, in an old blacksmith’s shop. You are greeted by two huge carriage lamps and large barn-like doors, and then upon entering the shop, you’re surrounded by the most fantastic items!
How could I not love this vintage map of London. I spotted the college where I once worked, and many other hot spots.
One of the best things about this outpost is that it actually has a small garden behind it. The shop is filled with garden items, as well as antiques and items from Bunny Williams Home, formerly her Beeline collection. It’s just been renamed this past week.
Two fun trends in one piece! Faux Bois and melamine. You would never know that this plate wasn’t made out of wood, it looked so realistic. In fact, I heard a story about someone putting one of these in the microwave. What a mess!!!
Stay tuned for the big launch of the Scalamandré and Lenox china line, a trip to John Derian, more antique shops and much more. It’s hard to believe how much we crammed into 36 hours!