Archive for October 12th, 2012


Bummer, it looks like rain for AGAIN for this weekend…

We had hoped to be back to Todd Farm this Sunday, but due to iffy weather forecasts, we have made the decision to hold off until (hopefully) next week.

So we will be back to Todd Farm selling our unique blend of vintage “finds” on Sunday Oct. 21, 2012, weather-permitting. 

It has been a few months since our last visit to Todd Farm (an antiques and collectibles flea market in Rowley, MA north of Boston) and we are eager to get back there for at least a couple more Sundays before the end of the season. 

Watch for updates here and on our Facebook page.

treillageYou know that I love my container garden, right?  Well, I found one of the most amazing collection of containers for plants at New York’s Treillage.  Seriously, some amazing containers that have me thinking my containers are a little shabby.  Anyway, while browsing Treillage’s pots and urns, I discovered all the great products they offer for the garden and home, including some unique vintage items.

About Treillage: “In May of 1991, Bunny Williams and John Rosselli were attending the Chelsea Flower show in London when it occurred to them how difficult it was to find sources in America for wonderful things for the garden. It was not long before Treillage was born and we have been delighting gardeners (and design professionals, magazine editors, stylists and dreamers) ever since. In 2008 we proudly opened a second location on 73rd and Lexington Avenue that houses tabletop items, gifts and other treasures for the home. Shopping the world for beautiful and unusual objects is second nature for Bunny and John and Treillage continues to be a primary source for the world’s best garden design and home objects.”

I love this Blue Lines Transparent Glass Jar: “The abstract blue pattern on this all-purpose blue lines glass jar glass mixes beautifully with blue and white china or looks great on any bar service. Gives a modern feel to any table setting. Dishwasher safe.”

Add Treillage to our growing list of vendors selling great things and providing inspiration to decorators and others.

See all the “wonderful things for the garden” Treillage offers here.