The time has come. Mecox on NYC’s Upper East Side is bringing their 'Spirit of Spring Designer Windows' event to a close with panache! The last interior designer to be featured in the antique store’s window on Lexington Avenue is John Willey, from April 30th to May 14th. John
Willey is a New York-based interior designer who owns and operates his namesake design firm Willey Design, lauded for thoughtful and refined designs that express the viewpoints of his clients in provocative, luxurious, and unexpected ways!
At the vintage handcrafted antique furniture store in Manhattan, Willey’s designs are coming to life for a limited time. He has created an oceanic-themed vignette to please the eye of shoppers and passersby
for a limited time. Guaranteed to make you smile, Willey’s designer window not only celebrates spring, it jumps ahead to summer days, evoking the feeling associated with long, leisurely days on the beaches of New York and beyond.
Willey designed an expected alchemy of styles, courageous colors, and eye-catching details for his playful, yet chic underwater shipwreck scene. He suspended custom panels wrapped in Fornasetti II fish wallpaper to put a finishing touch on what is a genuine work of art for everyone to enjoy.
As 'Spirit of Spring Designer Windows' comes to a close at Mecox on Lexington Avenue, remember that a percentage of window sales will benefit Willey’s charity of choice, The American Cancer Society. Show your support for a worthy cause and your eye for beauty by stopping by Manhattan’s antique furniture store before May 14th!