Patterns Down Pat: Trellis

Trellis is the new preppy pattern of 2016 and draws its inspiration from the garden structure it is named after. Originally made famous by Elsie de Wolf, an American actress and one of those highfalutin society girls who brought the profession of interior design to light. This pattern has recently seen a resurgence through famous designer Kelly Wearstler and her acclaimed Imperial Trellis pattern.

Now alive through a multitude of variations, the interlocking Trellis pattern has been splashed across cushions, pillows, rugs, focal chairs and even walls. My favorite picks to incorporate this signature style are as follows and note I gravitate toward a softer color contrast: 

  • This Trellis designed pillow on Etsy
  • This peel and stick Wallpaper by Simple Shapes
  • And this Liliana Armchair from Pier 1
Transitional Family Room by Minneapolis Interior Designers & Decorators Martha O’Hara Interiors

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Contemporary Dining Room by Roswell Interior Designers & Decorators Kristin Drohan Collection and Interior Design

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Contemporary Bathroom by Dallas Interior Designers & Decorators Carolina V. Gentry, RID

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Contemporary Bedroom by Smyrna Interior Designers & Decorators The Hunted Interior

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Traditional Hall by Brisbane Interior Designers & Decorators Highgate House

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Contemporary Dining Room by Little Rock Interior Designers & Decorators Tobi Fairley Interior Design

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Transitional Bathroom by Los Angeles Interior Designers & Decorators HOUSEplay inc

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Contemporary Bedroom by Toronto Interior Designers & Decorators LUX Design

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Transitional Powder Room by Charlotte Interior Designers & Decorators traci zeller designs

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Transitional Entry by Savannah Interior Designers & Decorators Rethink Design Studio

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Traditional Powder Room by Denver Interior Designers & Decorators Laura Iverson Design

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Eclectic Living Room by New York Photographers CM Glover

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Traditional Bedroom by Mill Valley Design-Build Firms KCS, Inc.

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Transitional Bathroom by Oakville Home Builders Whitehall Homes

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Contemporary Bedroom by Toronto Photographers Peter A. Sellar – Architectural Photographer

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Transitional Laundry Room by Edina General Contractors REFINED LLC

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Until our next adventure,

Jenn

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