Tis the Season at Treillage

I may be a bit lagging in my holiday preparations but it most definitely tis the season at Treillage. I made a stop at Bunny Williams’ and John Rosselli’s charming shop the other evening on my way to the Decorators Club Holiday Party. I knew it would be full of taunting temptation but I couldn’t resist. I have been under the weather for the last week, in a downward spiral of congestion and coughs and knew that would lift my spirits. So since I didn’t quite have the energy today to do the required research for what I had intended to post, I thought I’d share a little holiday spirit with you.

The first window features a peacock blue color scheme with the real thing standing guard.

Tis the Season at Treillage

Inside, the festivities continue. This is a good reminder to always add a touch of whimsey to your decorating.

Tis the Season at Treillage

Tis the Season at Treillage

This happy color scheme is a fun departure, perfect perhaps if you have room for a second tree

Tis the Season at Treillage in NYC

Mix it up with unexpected materials. This season is all about gold and silver combined with your favorite holiday colors.

Tis the Season at Treillage in NYCAnd lastly, lovely layering in this vignette shows more of the mix.

Tis the Season at Treillage

You can also visit the site to peruse potential purchases and get a tidbit or two from Bunny’s tips archive. The party planning section might be an appropriate pick at this time of year.

And please keep your fingers crossed that my Z-pack kicks in soon!!


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13 Responses to Tis the Season at Treillage

  1. Sweet Treillage stop! Feel better soon… lots of cinnamon and organic raw honey! ox

  2. I’m sorry to learn you are under the weather, Stacey. Hope all will be better soon.
    These images are stunning, and I wouldn’t expect less. Certainly pinning these.
    Happy Thursday.
    Teresa
    xoxo

  3. Franki Parde says:

    Tis the season, indeed! Coughs and carols! The photos are medicine for the soul…lovely! I could live there! franki

  4. Beautiful! I’ve always wanted to stop in Bunny Williams’ store but haven’t had the opportunity to do so when I’ve been in NYC. Thanks for the holiday tour; such a great way to ring in the holidays!!

    Donna

  5. Lisa McMahon says:

    What? Superwoman Stacey gets sick?! Nooooo!!! There must have been kryptonite in your Thanksgiving turkey! May your super human sense of style stimulate your recuperative powers and allow you to quickly recover from this evil cold! Until then, love the festive post and even though I think taxidermy is weird, I want the peacock! Get well soon super chic chick!

  6. Abigail says:

    It’s better than any wonderland! Love the post. Hope you feel better!

  7. Love, love, love the festive decor! Feel better soon!

  8. http://pictureofelegance.blogspot.com/ says:

    One of my favorite shops in NY… Hope you’re feeling better.

  9. Love that store. And the Christmas decor is beautiful! Feel better!

  10. feel better soon! I have a house full of coughs and runny noses here! Treillage is my favorite–I stopped by the one on 76th and second yesterday and picked up a gorgeous gold cachepot for a friend who likes everything gold and shiny ;)

  11. I hope that you are well on the way to mending ASAP. If you have the energy to make yourself organic chicken vegetable soup, it really does work. Green tea capsules morning and night keep me healthy. Thanks for this gorgeous post of Treillage–what a store! xoxo
    Mary

  12. Stacey, I hope you’re better by now. This post is beautiful !!
    xx’s

  13. Donna DeSolis says:

    Wow! Don’t think I’ve ever seen such a festive display. The peacock is stunning. Whose work is that? Happy Holidays.
    Donna
    NYC

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