you can use staples, stainless steel screws or even nails to fasten the lattice sheet to the frame or structure. you can attach the lattice on the back side of the structure so the edges are hidden or you can attach the lattice on the front side of the structure revealing the edges. the achieved look is totally up to you.
cut the lattice panels to fit each frame using a sabre or circular saw. lay the frames face down. attach a piece of lattice to each frame using 1-inch pan head screws driven through washers. allow a 1/ 4-inch gap on all sides between the edge of the frame and lattice.
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that is the way to go. likely the company supplies a siding kit for it already - all the units i see come in 3 options: 1. roof 2. roof & sides 3. roof, sides, and end walls. you should be able to get it however you want. for sides, just more tin & more self-starting screws, just like the roof.
lumber yards and big box stores sell plastic lath or wood if your prefer. it could be hung to cover the openings; using furring strips to attach the panels together, but they would still allow light and air through. i would avoid a solid (i.e. wood siding type system) as it may be against your building codes for a carport.
creating a lattice panel. you are essentially going to sandwich the lattice screen between your frame creating a lattice panel. layout your frame (1×4 pine pieces cut to size), place your lattice on top and then add 1×4’s again on top of your lattice. you will basically be cutting 2 pieces of 1×4’s for each side.