According to Wikipedia, “The term Chinese Chippendale in architecture is applied to a specific kind of railing or balustrade that was inspired by the “Chinese Chippendale” designs of cabinetmaker Thomas Chippendale. The infill between the top and bottom rails and the vertical supports is a series of interlocking diagonals, although rectilinear designs exist as well.”
This style became popular in the United States in the late 18th and early 19th centuries and was often referred to as latticework. Either way, this fancy fretwork has us begging for more! See a few of our favorite CGH pieces that epitomize this classic style!
L to R (Top to Bottom): Worlds Away Changwright Coffee Table in Turquoise $1200, our Hatch Linen Pillow in Teal $85, Worlds Away Largo Mirrored Planter in Green $780, Arteriors Home Remington Cabinet $4675, Worlds Away Treillage Mirror in Gold Leaf $1235, Emissary Crisscross Pendant in Light Gray $480, Trina Turk Geometric Embroidered Pillow in Black and Tan $130, Gala Diamond Rug $80-$910.