Well, I promised (or threatened) to show you more photos from our weekend in Connecticut, so here they come.
Have you all done your homework on Bunny Williams since Friday's post? Because I have a lot more photos from her garden for you today. Miss Williams and her husband, antiques dealer John Roselli, have a shop called Treillage, where they sell beautiful architectural elements, decorative accessories, and garden furniture.
They have obviously collected a lot of antique garden accessories for their own home as well. There are such beautiful and stylish spaces to sit and enjoy the garden. I loved the patio set on the crazy paving, with moss between the stones. I also adored the potted ferns displayed on the black table, with an iron tree and white oval mirror behind -- such a pretty vignette. And the gorgeous faux bois table, with iron chairs and bench look so lovely against that white picket fence.
Bunny Williams' book, An Affair With a House, is my all-time favorite decorating book. The interiors are filled with beautiful antiques and comfortable chairs and sofas. It is not a showplace, but a real home -- where the dogs are allowed on the furniture. There is a fireplace in the kitchen. I have always wanted a fireplace in the kitchen! :)