Eastover Collection's Garden Crown

Designer creates seven-foot-high trellis



Bryan Martin

“This is a grand statement piece; I wanted it to have scale,” Kate Morrison says of the seven-foot-high trellis she designed for Eastover Collection. Suitable as a support for climbing roses or as an architectural element for the garden, the Crown Pyramid is built of cedar by Cabarrus County craftsmen. Morrison’s other designs for her young company include obelisks, arbors, and planter boxes. Custom orders are available; standard items like the trefoil-capped pyramid pictured here take three weeks. “We’re happy to consult on plant selection, and we can install,” she says. Trellis pictured is $595; visit eastovercollection.com for other pricing. 

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