Latticework began in the garden as a structure from which to hang vines. It accented conservatories and patios. Designers are now incorporating latticework into home interiors for a fresh garden vibe. In addition to the wood variety, the lattice pattern is showing up on wallpapers, fabrics and painted murals. See how latticework indoors can add character and dimension to your rooms.
Whole rooms can be covered from floor to ceiling in latticework for an interesting architectural enhancement to otherwise unadorned sheetrock. Painting the wall the same color as the lattice brings dimension to the room. Applying white lattice to a painted wall gives the room a crisp, fresh look.
Latticework can be used as wainscoting if you prefer not to cover an entire wall. This simple wall treatment can elevate a room and give it just the right touch of architectural interest. Painted white, lattice wainscoting charms in areas such as kitchen nooks, entryways and sunrooms.
Fabrics and wallpapers with the lattice motif are largely popular and blend well with fresh colors. Lattice patterns and scales are varied, making it easily adaptable to any decorating project. Against white-painted furniture, lattice patterned fabric is fresh and light. Any room in the home benefits from the visual lift a lattice patterned wallpaper provides.
Using latticework in your home brings a fresh, garden-inspired look and adds architectural interest. Whether applying wood lattice to your walls, upholstering furniture in lattice motif fabric or installing wallpaper with this popular geometric design, your rooms will be enhanced with dimension and style.