Much to our delight, interiors icon Bunny Williams reimagined her former Upper East Side garden design shop, Treillage (which closed in 2015), into a newly debuted collection for Bunny Williams Home. Ranging from reproductions of her own vintage treasures to original designs, the furniture, lighting and accessories collection is more au courant than ever. We polled the tastemaker for an inside look at her daily dossier.
The Treillage collection by Bunny Williams Home features redefined classics.
WAKE-UP TIME: Early
DIET: Salad, salad, salad
DOPPELGANGER: My dog Annabelle
NEMESIS: My hair
ESCAPE: My garden
UNIFORM: Black and white
HOTEL: Gravetye Manor in England
LAST MEAL: Chinese soup
MENTOR: Albert Hadley
BEST ADVICE: Be kind to others.
PHILANTHROPY: Be creative, and do as much as you can for others.
MANTRA: Never compromise.
SINGER: Tina Turner
CAR: Range Rover
COCKTAIL: Tequila and Fever-Tree tonic
DINNER: My husband’s cooking
SOULMATE: John Rosselli
BEDTIME: 10:30 p.m.
BOOK AT BEDSIDE: There are many!
THEME SONG TO YOUR LIFE: ‘Don’t Fence Me In’ by Bing Crosby
VIEW: The Litchfield Hills
WEEKEND BAG: I travel light.
FAVORITE WORK OF ART: A Vuillard painting I own (a replica—the original hangs in the Musée d’Orsay)