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Lincrusta Wallcoverings Trellis Bar Scene landscape

We are delighted to introduce Trellis, an incredibly versatile pattern inspired by the intricately glazed doors of London’s most revered furniture-makers.

 We believe it is a future classic in the making!

Lincrusta Wallcoverings Trellis in natural unpainted colour

Our third pattern in a series designed by Karen Beauchamp, Trellis is inspired by the great 18th century British furniture makers – Thomas Chippendale / Thomas Sheraton / George Hepplewhite. All these famous designers worked in London and were highly influenced by the trend for Chinoiserie, a style which has rarely come out of fashion for the last 300 years. Among the wealth of furniture designs they produced they were renowned for their stylish and intricate glazed cabinet doors.

This lattice work pattern is also reminiscent of architectural structures found in gardens to support or display foliage.  In our ongoing desire to bring the outdoors inside to our interior spaces ‘Trellis’ works well in combination with the company’s foliage designs Palm and Tropical Leaf.

Lincrusta Trellis Wallcovering - Dining Room
Lincrusta Trellis Wallcovering painted in blue with white highlights


We enlisted the talented Amy Heffernan of Studio Heff to create the imagery for the launch. Best known for longstanding career as Decorating Editor of Wallpaper*, Amy is a creative director with visual and design expertise working in interior design, styling and curation.

As Lincrusta is equally at home in residential and commercial settings, the brief was to create an image for both markets.

Each set started life as a beautiful hand painted sketch by Amy, having worked through mood boards for style and colour, considering the provenance of the design but with an eye to contemporary living.

Hand painted sketch of Lincrusta Garden Room image
Hand painted sketch of Lincrusta Bar Scene

The ‘Garden Room’ colour palette embodies a fresh interpretation of  the hues found in 18th Century interiors, the contemporary cabinet is a nod to the pattern’s original inspiration.

The gloss lacquer highlight on the monotone walls add a subtle glamour to the ‘Bar Scene’, which also showcases another Lincrusta pattern ‘Cordage’ on the bar structure.

We would also like to thank you to Mylands for the supply of their gorgeous colours. Bar Scene. Rothschild’s Street on Walls (highlights in a clear gloss laquer). Duke’s House on the bar. Garden Room. Walls in Boathouse with Islington. Palm ceiling painted in Islington with Wharf Slacking.

We hope you are feeling inspired and can’t wait to see how you use it in your homes and projects!

For further information you can download our press release here: