For those looking to add some extra dimension and character to the exterior of their home, wooden trellis is an excellent choice. Not only does it provide an area for plants to grow and flourish, but it also adds visual interest and can even increase the value of your property. But before you can reap these benefits, you'll need to know how to attach a trellis to a brick wall. 

Step 1: Gather Your Supplies 

Before you begin attaching your trellis to your brick wall, make sure that you have all the necessary supplies on hand. This includes the trellis itself, as well as anchors and screws that have been specifically designed for use with masonry walls. It's also a good idea to have safety glasses, gloves, and other protective gear handy in case of any accidents or mishaps. 

Step 2: Mark Your Spot 

Once you’ve gathered all your supplies, locate the spot on your wall where you want the trellis attached. You should keep in mind the size of your trellis when selecting this spot—it should fit comfortably without being too close or too far away from other fixtures or plants. Once you’ve selected this spot, use a pencil or marker to make two marks indicating where each anchor will go. Be sure that these marks are level so that your trellis is hanging straight when completed. 

Step 3: Drill and Install Anchors 

Next, using an appropriate drill bit (the size of which will depend on the type of anchors you are using), drill holes into the brick wall at each mark that was previously made. Then insert anchors into each hole until they are flush with the surface of the brick wall; be sure not to over-tighten them as this can cause damage. Finally, screw in each anchor securely until they are firmly attached to your brick wall.  

Step 4: Attach Trellis

Once both anchors are screwed in place, loop one end of the trellis around one anchor then do likewise for the other side so that it is secured in place against your brick wall. If necessary, adjust its height by tightening or loosening each anchor until it is at the desired level; if possible try not to move them more than once as repeated adjustments may loosen them from their original attachment points and weaken their overall hold on your wall over time. Finally tighten up each anchor again after adjusting its height for maximum security then step back and admire your work!


With just a few simple steps and some basic tools anyone can easily attach a trellis to their brick walls with minimal effort! By following these instructions closely you can start enjoying all of its potential benefits without worrying about any potential issues caused by improper installation methods or materials used during setup—so get out there and start beautifying your home today!