While "trelliswork" is an oft-discussed blog topic, I too had to take a stab at it. After all, the new year brings thoughts of the new spring, call me a planner. Be it refined arbors, galleries, summerhouses or interior applications, it is truly a good design element. Treillage has been adapted beautifully to interiors, both conservatory rooms and regular living spaces. I love the bi-color conservatory as in Seaweed (yes, that's the name of the estate) in Newport, Rhode Island. Or how do you feel about the conservatory mirror lining in the Elms in Newport?
Architectural treillage at Warren Towers, Newmarket
As found in obelisk form at the Ile d'Amour in the Park, Chantilly.
As depicted by Architectural Notecards in watercolor