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ART & DECORATION Blackman Cruz TREILLAGE IS BACK! Bunny Williams' new Treillage collection of outdoor furnishings takes its name from the storied Manhattan garden antiques store she founded in Manhattan in an old carriage house on East 75th Street in 1991 with husband and legendary antiquarian John Rosselli, which popularized such al fresco decorations as lichen-covered stone planters and weather- worn zinc tables. The shop closed in 2015, but Williams is recreating Treillage's romantic spirit with a 24-piece collection inspired by garden antiques, including some of her own. Old metal tables that Williams has had on her porch for decades have been reproduced as the Bradford side table, painted in charming gray-and-white awning stripes, and her Kingston teak bench references the work of 18th-century British architect and furniture designer William Kent, who pioneered the informal English garden. Her rattan tables and seating feature the kind of ornate artistry often seen in antique wickerwork, updated with fresh designs. Bunny Williams Home Treillage collection $295 to $12,500, at Rebecca Sherman Teak Kingston bench Raan Lucas drinks table Raan Kenan side table from Bunny Williams Home Treillage collection Bunny Williams 48

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