Inspired by: Treillage

In the past few years as I’ve become more interested in interior design and its history, I discovered treillage for the first time. I have become obsessed with the use of treillage, or latticework, on the walls in dining rooms and sunrooms. It really makes any room feel like an indoor garden, it looks so rich and the texture is bold and statement-making in the most subtle way, especially when it is painted in a tone-on-tone style. It looks very French and classical to me. If we ever add a breakfast room/sunroom on the other side of our house to match the mudroom/sunroom on the right, I am definitely doing this in there!


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Alexis Swanson Traina’s family home via Lonny

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Peter Roger’s New Orleans home via Architectural Digest

ashley whittaker

Ashley Whittaker Design


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Amanda Lindroth

jennifer ash rudick palm beach chic

All of these rooms are gorgeous, but this is my DREAM room. The tented ceiling, the painted floor, the giant windows and of course the treillage walls. Absolutely stunning.

From Palm Beach Chic by Jennifer Ash Rudick

kevin isbell coastal living

Kevin Isbell in Coastal Living

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Margaux Interiors

Michael Taylor

Michael Taylor Designs

shelley designs

Shelley Designs

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Parish-Hadley Interiors

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A New Orleans home via Southern Living

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