The origins of treillage can be traced back to the century, when countryside gardeners took to creating rudimentary structures, called treille, to support their climbing vines. It wasn't until the century, under the reign of Louis XIV, that t
A well-positioned trellis instantly spruces up a neglected corner. Use one to break up a monotonous fence, or as a vertical accent in an otherwise horizontal garden expanse. When choosing a trellis, take your cues from the surrounding structures. A rustic fence demands a similarly rustic trellis; an nearby house with arched windows benefits from a design like this one.