Wall Decorating Tip By Joanna Simmons: Weave Decorating Magic With This Go-Anywhere Interlocking Pattern

Wall Decorating Tip By Joanna Simmons: Weave Decorating Magic With This Go-Anywhere Interlocking Pattern
By:  Published April 4, 2015

While a trellis belongs in the garden supporting climbing plants, trellis patterns are very much at home in our interiors. In fact, these interlocking designs seem to be cropping up more and more in stylish residences, splashed across walls or cutting a dash on rugs, upholstery or cushions. Even better news is that there are numerous variations on the trellis theme, making this iconic pattern enormously versatile. So whether you are looking to make an impact with a graphic print or prefer your trellis modest and muted, there are colors and designs to suit your style and space.

Fade away. Trellis patterns can be boldly graphic, but they can also be subtle and muted. This gorgeous rug sports a large-scale trellis design, but the washed-out tones mean it doesn’t dominate. The pattern is also picked up in the artwork on the walls for a nice feeling of balance. Read more

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