{friday finds: imperial trellis by Schumacher}


House and Garden

First introduced in 2005, by designer Kelly Wearstler, Imperial Trellis has to be the overall best selling Schumacher pattern. A classic pattern, offered in a great array of colors, makes it well suited for any room in your home.

I thought I would have tired of the pattern by now, but it is as fresh looking to me now, as the first time I saw it. What are your thoughts? Still loving it?

Anna Spiro's office - Absolutely Beautiful Things

Gwyneth Paltrow - House and Garden

DesignSponge

Unknown origin

Absolutely Beautiful Things

Wearstler stationery

Apartment Therapy also loves the trellis, and they are sharing the love in an “Ode to Imperial Trellis.” I don’t usually care for the yellow and grey combo but their “House Tour” images are the best looking of the group.

Hirshfield’s carries the Schumacher books, but just not at every location…call first…and as always, we appreciate your business.

4 Responses to “{friday finds: imperial trellis by Schumacher}”

  1. Amy Says:

    Fun post! I think I first fell in love with it when that photo of Chloe Sevigny’s hall appeared on the web (top photo).

  2. Marsha Says:

    You’re good. I had to research to see which celeb used it in her home.
    Canadian House and Home called it Kate Spade green.
    Hirshfield’s Design Studio and Edina store have sold that green for a number of their customers’ kitchens.

  3. Amy Says:

    It’s a great color! I could see it working really well in a kitchen.

  4. {friday finds: bits & pieces} « Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] bathroom last week with the Imperial Trellis wallpaper. I still love this pattern. Here’s a post from last summer showcasing some more Imperial Trellis […]


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