Lattice Make You Feel At Home With Treillage

May 7, 2015

By Tab Byrum

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I’m not sure why but I’ve always been very attracted to Treillage (tre-‘yähz).  There had to be a movie or something I saw that stuck with me, but the use of outdoor trellis work inside a home for me is very Wow!!! Today you can also create amazing areas outside with Treillage (latticework for vines), and it comes in materials that are very sustainable.  I like the idea of painting walls one color then overlay those walls with trellis painted a different color, the ultimate would be to install mirror panels on walls and overlay them with trellis.  I’ve rounded up some pictures for us to enjoy today of Treillage and hopefully gain some inspiration.  Enjoy!!!

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This blue Treillage overlaid on white walls with brass accents is very masculine and old world, so beautiful. 

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This garden room reminds me of something out of My Fair Lady

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A Treillage walkway at the Palace of Versailles.

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The dining room at the Grand Hotel Park in Gstaad by Alberto Pinto.

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This chandelier tells me this courtyard has skylight ceiling but definitely feels outdoors, especially with the lattice on the walls. 

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This is so cool how everything is painted the same color of grey.

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This room looks like it was done with icing, love the mirror. 

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The perfect breakfast spot, I really like the dark color used on the treillage. 

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This dark colored treillage is the perfect backdrop for the green and white flowers and shrubs. 

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This room was done by Elsie de Wolf, the walls and treillage are all in the same color with the focus being the artwork over the fireplace.  The treillage over the walls just adds another layer of interest. 

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What a wonderful spot to walk into. 

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Again, I really like the dark color used on the treillage, makes it feel very strong. 

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This painted on lattice work is in the apartments of the Empress Maria Theresa’s Summer house.

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This room is very natural feeling and welcoming. 

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The black and white photos and animal prints play off the beautiful green used in designer Peter Rogers’ New Orleans cottage. 

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Of course if all else fails, you can use the lattice for what it was originally meant for. 

All images are courtesy of Pinterest.

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