Arch Trellis Ideas

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Create a Beautiful Garden Arch Trellis

Home gardeners and landscape designers value arch trellises for their interest-heightening silhouettes and utilitarian forms. The curved structures, which offer support for clambering ivy, climbing roses, and flowering vines, define entries, stand as garden focal points, and direct attention and foot traffic to targeted views.

Arched garden trellis designs can be crafted from unstained timber, painted wood, resin lattice, twigs and branches, and an array of metals. Some act as freestanding vertical constructions or as arbor gates. Others align against walls and fences to lend distinctive shapes to a garden's perimeter and to prop-up plants growing at their base. Whether it's a practical or a decorative version, arch trellises should complement a home's architecture and their setting. Here's a look at 10 garden arch trellis designs that work beautifully on multiple levels.

 

Spotlighting a View

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Location,! Sightlines matter when placing an arched trellis in your landscape. This steely tower of a metal trellis was placed so its opening directs attention to the garden's focal point: a rustic shed crafted of stone. Equipped with a gate, the trellis also defines the garden's border and entryway, while encouraging vibrant flowering clematis vines.

 

Formal Forms

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Gloriously gothic in style, a pair of arched garden trellises echo the shape and details of a door-like gate. Showcased against blue-painted brick walls, the decorative trellises boast plenty of cottage style. Weighty wooden posts with finial-like caps combine with broad frames and handcrafted latticework to create a one-of-a-kind structure that possesses a period-past profile.

 

Support Group

This elegant quartet of arch trellises matches the formality of an English rose garden. The interconnected white trellises stand out from a tall wall of greenery. Their soft curves and coverings of colorful blooms counterbalance the straight lines of the clipped boxwoods enclosing the border. Shaped boxwoods—aligned with the bases of the wooden trellis posts—repeat the trellises' rounded contours.

 

Crowning Glory

Enter here! A rose-flushed archway invites visitors to enter and admire a series of Mediterranean plantings. The curving pathway, garden trellis arch, and far-off mountain peaks compose a serene composition of bowed shapes. Roses sporting thick canes and white blossoms play up the shape of the arch trellis.

 

Sized to Fit

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This substantial structure perfectly fits its setting. Designed to straddle the walkway at the top of the steps, this arched construction converts to a trellis with the addition of square-lattice panels installed on the sides. The unfinished trellis will weather naturally and blend further into the landscape as the vines it supports become established and put forth luxuriant layers of leaves and blossoms.

 

A Fine Figure

Good-looking arch trellises make a look-at-me statement even when they're not covered in foliage or flowers. Drawing attention to a garden stairway, a broadly arched wrought iron trellis stands ready to support fledgling vines that are just starting to take hold at its base. The simply striking silhouette of the metal trellis offers a pleasing contrast to the lushly planted surroundings.

 

Color Coordinated

Who says arch trellises have to be white or brown? This distinctively hued beauty carries the turquoise color of the home's front door out to the front walkway. The blue-green paint color takes its cue from grass and sky and emphasizes the arched shape (meant to stand bare of plants), which in turn makes the curved trellis a key player in the landscape design.
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