In keeping with its neighborhood’s affinity for fine things, this sprawling upscale shop is filled with fancy garden accents worthy of the White House lawn. Treillage was founded in 1992 by interior designer Bunny Williams and her husband, antique dealer John Rosselli. Together, their creative backgrounds have made it a go-to spot for eye-catching housewares from around the globe, including stone troughs filled with moss ($180), an antique wooden birdcage from the 1800s ($750) and authentic Chinese rice baskets ($225). Snatch up faux shrubs ($75) for your pad or read about real ones in garden expert Page Dickey’s Embroidered Ground ($26), which chronicles her 29-year journey creating Duck Hill garden in upstate New York.
|Venue name:||Treillage (CLOSED)||Contact:|
418 E 75th St
|Cross street:||between First and York Aves|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 10am–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 6 to 77th St|
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