Enchanting Interiors: The Art of Trelliage
A classic design element embellishes garden-inspired homes with enduring appeal.
With the rise of the grandmillennial style, it’s no surprise to see the resurgence of trelliage ornamenting
beautiful interiors. Historically meant to enchant gardens along the French countryside, trelliage refers to
trelliswork or ornate latticework consisting of artistically constructed strips of wood or metal.
Under King Louis XIV’s reign, trelliage expanded its structural function into a luxurious art form illustrated in
the Palace of Versailles’ elaborate gardens, including the Salon De Trelliage. In the early 1900s, American
decorator Elsie de Wolfe popularized the use of trelliage in the world of interiors. Today, interior designers
embellish garden-inspired homes with this enduring architectural detail used in design throughout history.
See how these top interior designers achieve a level of refinement in the art of trelliage with a keen eye for
proportion and decoration. This beautiful collection of elegant interiors illuminates the decorative trellis details
with a broad range of Visual Comfort lighting styles. Capture the essence of blooming gardens and explore our
lighting fixtures inspired by flora and fauna.
Elegant Lighting Designs Inspired by Flora and Fauna
Bring home the garden-inspired aesthetic with these sculptural lighting designs that capture the shapes of
branches, blooms, and other natural elements.