treillage

noun
treil·​lage | \ tre-ˈyäzh How to pronounce treillage (audio) \

Definition of treillage

: latticework for vines : trellis sense 1

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The inspiration for the treillage actually came from Bunny Mellon's Manhattan townhouse. Barbara King, House Beautiful, "Cathy Kincaid on Decorating a Traditional Dallas House," 24 Mar. 2015 My thought was to impart the language of the Lyford Cay Club—which is much more Brighton Pavilion than a typical Caribbean Colonial house — with this amazing treillage. Barbara King, House Beautiful, "Amanda Lindroth on Decorating an Old-Fashioned House with Island Spririt," 3 Nov. 2014

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First Known Use of treillage

1698, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for treillage

French, from Middle French, from treille vine arbor — more at trellis

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