I've always been intrigued by the idea of using lattice indoors. It's not the craziest idea on the planet, but for some reason, it blows me away.
French gardeners were the first to use a simple form of lattice back in the 12th century to help support the climbing vines in their gardens. This is how most people think to use lattice today.
However, the idea of using lattice both indoors and out really took off in the 17th century under the reign of King Louis XIV.
Using lattice indoors adds instant architecture and a sense of grandeur to any space. The overall effect is light, airy, and fresh while still adding an elegant formality to any space.
Lattice is an architectural feature that remains timeless, daring, and unexpected.