I don’t know about you, but there are about a million images that come to mind when I think of lattice. For starters, I think of beautiful espaldia climbing up lattice on the side of a home. I think of elegant pool houses and caribbean homes that are sprinkled like sugar along beaches with lattice detail on balconies. I think of garden rooms in homes of a greater generation that appreciated bird watching and leisure reading.
Lattice work is a lasting way to incorporate texture on a home, in a home, and around a home. There really is nothing else that can elevate an area without using pricey fabric or flashy stone work. It doesn’t go out of style. It is one of those elements of a home you work around, not just work with. Lattice enjoy this Monday!
A delight of blue and white and lattice delight by Jorge Elias. Notice how they have lattice columns on the walls. So interesting!! Via AD
Speaking of Bahamas, breezy green and white hallways in lattice work wonders via House Beautiful.
Stunning deep blue and white lattice hallway. I love how they incorporated the gold accents and wall hangings. Via Decor Design Review
Lattice details line the molding of this green and white space via AD.
Tory Burch’s gorgeously appointed pool house in her East Hampton home. I love how she contrasted the lattice work with the actual structure. Via Vogue
Bunny Williams so brilliantly designs this dining area in a Virginia home with Bob Christian Decorative Art lattice panels. Via AD
Lattice designed wallpaper envelops this powder room via Elle Decor.
With the help of lattice, this NYC townhouse courtyard becomes the envy of all of the Big Apple.
An interesting way to make a space more interesting. Unique mirrored lattice work in this feminine bedroom via Lonny.
Bette Midler’s penthouse urban garden covered in lattice work detail. Via AD
A poolside cabana in Naples, Florida with lattice work windows. So cool and tropical. Via House Beautiful
One of my all time favorite hallways in the New Orleans home of Peter Rogers via AD.
The modernly classic and chic courtyard of Trey and Jenny Laird’s Manhattan home. Via AD
White on white lattice work is so simple, yet so classic. And very fresh! Via Domino
So much to love about this courtyard area. Well…really, just the boxwood! Via Matters of Style