domino on the town: fleurs bella
Photography by Michael Wiltbank courtesy of Banyan Bridges

Bella Meyer’s

Fleurs Bella

shop is a thing of beauty.

domino on the town: fleurs bella
Photography by Michael Wiltbank

Nestled on a quiet street near bustling Union Square in New York City, Fleurs Bella feels more like a magical secret garden than a traditional flower shop.


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domino on the town: fleurs bella
Photography by Michael Wiltbank courtesy of Banyan Bridges

In addition to custom floral bouquets, Fleurs Bella creates award-winning wedding and event arrangements for notable clients such as The Plaza Hotel, Sotheby’s, and the Museum of Modern Art.

domino on the town: fleurs bella
Photography by Michael Wiltbank courtesy of Banyan Bridges

Artifacts from Ida Meyer’s Parisian childhood home are incorporated into the interior design of Fleurs Bella; including an oversized bookcase—filled with texts about her celebrated grandfather—and small bathtub where she took her first bath!

domino on the town: fleurs bella
Photography by Michael Wiltbank courtesy of Banyan Bridges

Founder and Creative Director, Bella Meyer—the granddaughter of painter Marc Chagall—studied art in Paris and worked as a stage designer before opening Fleurs Bella in 2010.

domino on the town: fleurs bella
Photography by Michael Wiltbank Courtesy of Sarah Sherman Samuel

Fleurs Bella boasts an impressive team of floral designers, including florist Leanna Kearney who has a background in landscape design.


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domino on the town: fleurs bella
Photography by Michael Wiltbank courtesy of Banyan Bridges

Flowers have always been close to Bella Meyer’s heart.

domino on the town: fleurs bella
Photography by Michael Wiltbank

“What interested me was to create a world apart from the world outside,” Meyer has said of her botanical hideaway.