Trellis HomeText by Cheryl and Jeffrey KatzPhotography by Jeffrey Katz
Sure, for the novice, the insecure, or the color blind, there was something to be said for this kind of clear advice. But the rules about color have changed—in fact, they’ve been discarded.
If this causes concern, uncertainty, or a bit of skepticism on the part of those weak-hearted color choosers, have a look at Trellis Home. In this tiny gem of a place, owners and color-rule breakers Allison Mattison and Liza Sharp (BFFs since childhood) have created a virtual paint box of furnishings and accessories that vibrate with color. Coral wallpaper, blue-and-white covered jars, green malachite ice buckets, a bright yellow candelabra, pink picture frames—all coexist in happy unruliness.
And with a nod to Diana Vreeland, the doyenne of all things stylish, orange is the basic black of Trellis Home.
28 South St., Hingham, Mass.,
(781) 385-7907, (917) 678-5861, trellishome.com.
Open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and by appointment.
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