The furniture term Honeysuckle refers to a decorative detail or motif often found in furniture design. It is named after the honeysuckle flower, known for its intricate and winding vines. In furniture, the Honeysuckle motif typically consists of flowing, curving lines resembling the twisting and interlocking vines of the flower. It is often used in the construction of chair backs, headboards, or as decorative accents on furniture pieces. The Honeysuckle motif adds a touch of elegance and organic beauty to the design, reminiscent of natures forms. Basis of conventional ornament. The Greek anthemion.