Window shopping takes on a whole new meaning when shopping in New York City. I aspire to reflect the beauty, style and sophistication we discovered. The windows are seductive and beg you to come inside.
Treillage, Ltd. is the garden shop owned by Bunny Williams and John Rosselli and was my favorite stop while visiting NYC. Bunny Williams just visited Charlotte to speak at this year's Room to Bloom Symposium benefiting the Mint Museum. Circa Interiors was the sponsor for this event and hosted a book signing at their store following the symposium. Follow the link to Circa's blog and view the awe-inspiring tablescape from the private dinner they hosted to welcome Bunny. Lavendar is the new bling!
Roberta Roller Rabbit is one of two boutiques on Lexington Avenue by Roberta Freymann, the much-talked-about designer from NYC that brings the secrets of the world's marketplaces and bizarres back home for all of us to enjoy at very reasonable prices. Everyone loves a bright and colorful caftan!
I hope you can see the detail in this beautiful windowscape. We were early for our dinner reservation at Commerce in Greenwich Village and took a walk around the block. Below is the entrance to this lovely home and the photo surely does not do it justice. It is draped in spanish moss.
I am not sure why there were vintage bicycles attached to all the lamp posts but thought it made a charming picture.
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