As New York shops go, there are some that have such a magical sense of beauty and discovery that they are a destination worth seeking out. This has always been the case for Treillage, interior designer Bunny Williams and antiques dealer John Rosselli's refined garden and home shop. They created a welcoming environment filled with an array of rustic chic garden and home decor, in a large space at 418 East 75th Street on Manhattan's Upper East Side. For the past 25 years, the space was filled with vignettes and garden finds alongside tables set for the perfect party. A haven for garden lovers and design aficionados, this out of the way location was on every designers shopping list as they set out to fill a home. Visitors could find garden furniture and ornaments with the perfectly weathered patina, and unusual pieces that Bunny and John brought back from European shopping jaunts. They are closing their doors June 30th and everything in the shop will be half off. This beloved interior designer and antique dealer duo will continue to showcase their discerning sensibility online in their digital home, and you can find the assortment of tabletop, furniture, decorative accessories and more on their website as Treillage continues its next chapter.
Bunny Williams and John Rosselli when they started Treillage. Trips to Europe, Asia and far flung corners of the world yielded inspired finds that filled the shop season after season.
A wonderful mix of antique wire furniture, cachepots and garden statuary displayed just so
The tablesettings composed of charming elements and enticing color schemes layered with texture and pattern
Here are some of the available pieces that caught my eye:
This lidded cabbage tureen has always made me swoon
Pair of Antique Cast Stone Dogs, France
Faux Bamboo Stained & Painted Settee With Cane Back & Seat, France c. 1870
Pair of Custom-Made Klismos Chairs