Elsie De Wolfe’s designs will forever be inspirations of ours, so it should come as no surprise that we are big proponents of incorporating treillage into a home. Treillage, also referred to as lattice or trellis, is latticework layered over a wall, which some would argue was made popular by De Wolfe many years ago. An architectural feature that dates back to the 1700’s, De Wolfe popularized the indoor use of treillage when she incorporated it into her design for the Colony Club in New York in 1905. This feature is a true testament to the point that you can never go wrong with classic design elements. While it is indeed having a moment, treillage has never fallen out of fashion within interior design. Not only does it create architectural interest, it adds understated formality to a room while remaining airy and cheerful, which is not an easily achieved concept. A few of our favorite rooms featuring treillage are below.
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