Special Savings in the Final Month at Treillage

Ever since Treillage opened in 1991, Bunny Williams and John Rosselli have been delighting customers with their stylish and unique finds for the garden and home. But as all good things must come to an end, so must Treillage. And while we won’t have Treillage for much longer, we can still shop at John’s two fabulous NYC outposts and look forward to Bunny consolidating into what is sure to be a wonderfully chic resource at the Fine Arts Building later this summer.

John Rosselli and Bunny Williams at Treillage

Over the years, amazing vignettes in the shop have showed us how to live with style and ease in our homes.

Treillage with lemon tree

From the monumental

garden statuary

to the minute,

blue and white vases

from the garden

Treillage garden furniture

to the table,

table vignette at Treillage

we have looked to Bunny and John for wonderful additions to our daily lives. For the next month – until the final day on June 30th – everything at the store is 75% off!! It’s a wonderful opportunity to find things you’ve always wanted (or never even knew you wanted)! Below find a few offerings still available at the time I am writing. While Treillage is not able to keep the website updated with the busy daily traffic, do call if you see something here that you can’t live without (and don’t blame me if it’s disappeared by the time you read this). There’s an amazing assortment of dinner and tableware

Dinnerware at Treillage

dinnerware

A variety of stylish seating

Treillage chair chaise at Treillage

chairs at Treillage

and of course wonderful pieces for the garden.

garden urn

And if you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to check out Bunny and John’s expansive spread in House Beautiful this month. Not only are there beautiful rooms like their stunning living room in Punta Cana, in the Dominican Republic, below,

Bunny William Punta Canaphoto: Ricardo Labougle

but great advice, the most significant of which has to be “Don’t wait to live well. Don’t put off enjoying your home and friends – today there are so many ways to live well without breaking the budget,” citing Bunny Williams associate CeCe Thompson, who furnished her pretty apartment below by including frugal finds from catalogues, websites and thrift shops.

 

CeCe Thompson apartment, photo: Francesco LagneseAnd the same goes for tabletop – they suggest looking online and in thrift shops for antique china and silverware to incorporate into your settings. And of course don’t be afraid to use the good stuff – life is short!

Bunny WilliamsSo while we are sorry to see Treillage go, we can at least enjoy a fabulous final salute at incredible savings to take a page from Bunny and John’s style notebook! Happy shopping.


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7 Responses to Special Savings in the Final Month at Treillage

  1. franki says:

    :(!!!! franki

  2. Karena says:

    Such amazing style and panache, I adore this couple, Bunny and John are a force to be reckoned with always!!

    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena
    Jackson Pollock Mural

  3. Linda Pastorino says:

    Their shop was one of my favorite left in that area of the city, am sad to see it go, with regret to probably be replaced by some chain store. I will have to go in and take advantage of the sale.

  4. I love that they are moving forward and of course they are “going out” in style but it will be a loss to the neighborhood of course! As for me, I will take one of everything…

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  6. I am very sad to read this but realised something was going on when reading the Instagram sale notices! I never visited Treillage in person sadly, but will definitely visit their other stores when I visit the USA next year! Thanks Stacey.

  7. I am sad to see Treillage go. I have never been there, but I have been a huge Bunny Williams fan for years. I think it is a casualty of retail going online. I wish the best for John and Bunny and that their businesses will continue to evolve and prosper.

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