Jeffers Design Group
Contrary to the title of this post, we have a bit of a love/hate relationship with lattice. In fact, truth be told, I didn’t think I liked it at all… until this post! Turns out, when lattice is done right– like this fence — it’s fabulous!
Milieu Design
This lattice adds such charm to the exterior of this home. We love the use of the accent color, and the beautiful plants add so much curb appeal.

Arabella Lennox Boyd Landscape Design

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One of lattice’s best uses is undoubtedly for creating privacy. The natural wood of this lattice adds such an earthy feel.
Sandra Cox
This espaliered lattice breaks up the brick wall and provides the perfect backdrop for the fountain.
Wall Street Journal
We generally think of lattice for outdoor use, but it’s a great way to add interest indoors as well. A simple entryway magically becomes something special!

Allison Caccoma via House Beautiful

Perfection!

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Lattice in this room adds a casual feel.

Ashley Whittaker Design
We think outdoor furniture should be comfortable and casual but never too heavy. The lattice design of this outdoor furniture adds interest to the sides and makes it feel airy.

Brooks and Falotico Architects

We adore garden seats, both indoors and out. The lattice pattern of this garden seat is a great complement in the room.
Kate Coughlin Design
This lattice wallpaper completely makes the bathroom!
Ana Cordeira Design (lattice wall)
This is one of the coolest room dividers we’ve seen. It adds light and openness while still creating a separate space.
Fisher Weisman Interior Design
These beautiful closet doors make this fabulous closet even better. They are a great contrast to the plain fronts of the other doors and drawers.
Do you love lattice? We hope your week is going great!

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