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12/20/10

Loving The Look: Grasscloth Wallpaper


I can't think of a better way to add warmth and texture to my chipped and cracked and badly-in-need of attention Master Bedroom painted walls...can you?  So cozy, so chic...so need to do this!






Images via: StevenGambrel; DecorPad; JeffreyBilhuber;HarmonyAndHome;CountryLiving

58 comments:

  1. I also love those extra thick window seat cushions! Looks so comfy.

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  2. I love grasscloth - it's a great way to add texture and can go either elegant or casual - a very versatile look - great idea!!

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  3. Love this look for a MB - grasscloth can be sleek and chic or warm and elegant. That second picture is fabulous!
    xxoo

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  4. So, so lovely, but I have one word: cats. That would be a problem. XX!

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  5. You know I am afeared of the neutrals but even I love this look. Do it.

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  6. That looks really beautiful:)The first photo is so pretty:)
    kisses

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  7. So warm and enveloping - I love the idea of this. Go for it!!!! xoxo e

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  8. it is so nice, we had it in our bedroom in our old house. It really added so much.

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  9. I agree! I think grasscloth is so under estimated/used. It can add so much warmth and texture to a room without taking up an ounce of space - such a great trick! M.

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  10. I love all of these images! Especially the floors in the first photo and the loveseat in the last.

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  11. I love how they warm up the rooms even in the most neutral hues. So pretty and simple!

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  12. I love the look of grasscloth. I use to have it in my entry and in my family room. Funny how what goes around comes around again!!! I think I need to catch up, I might be behind the cusp!!

    Sue I posted about my order from your on-line store today. Thanks for your quick and easy service!! Looking forward to my new napkins,
    Kathysue

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  13. It will make such a difference. The grasscloth just adds a certain level of sophistication I think!

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  14. I have loved grasscloth for years and these rooms are gorgeous examples!
    abby

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  15. How different!! I like it!!! It really compliments the rooms!! =)

    Melanie's Randomness

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  16. I have an awesome grasscloth in my dressing room. Its a basket weave and it looks kinda like the last picture you posted... anyway, its off the room with the black walls, and it looks hot together.

    I also did a navy blue grasscloth in my MIL's place... gorgeous.

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  17. I have always loved grasscloth and glad to see it is coming back...along with other wallpapers. Just found your blog and love it.

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  18. I would definitely use grasscloth...simple and elegant!!

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  19. I have raffia wallpaper on the walls of my bedroom. I think several of your images have it.
    Your intuition is right... it really adds so much to the space. I say you should go for it!!! It's pretty expensive but like I said, you get a big bang for the buck, and if you buy the best, you only cry once!!!!
    Merry Christmas,
    Terri

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  20. Go for it! I definitely need to reintroduce myself to wall paper. It's come a long way!

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  21. Adore! It would be so lovely in that gorgeous home of yours :) xoxo

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  22. I have grasscloth in my family room and dining room...it's "summery" and light in the summer and warm and cozy in the winter. I would DEFINITELY paper my bedroom walls with it if my husband would let me! K

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  23. I love grass cloth! we added it to a room and hallway a year ago and it makes me happy every day.

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  24. me too! i love this look, natural, adding texture, warmth. really lovely. it seems also like something i would not tire of. unlike a bold color or something like that. you should do it, add it to your bedroom for sure! happy monday ;)

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  25. yes, i love this look!! the texture, the warmth. it reminds me of a resort on a beach.

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  26. YES! We've been dying to do this in our dining room but ohh what a project it is.

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  27. Oh that last picture is delish- I love that couch and those green chairs!

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  28. Love the print against the wall paper in the last picture,~sweet day

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  29. I do love it. The earthy quality is incredibly appealing.

    xo,
    c

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  30. Oh how I love grasscloth, especially in a cozy den or library. Yum.

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  31. I've used grasscloth above wainscoting. Found you through Kathysue's post about your cute numbered napkins...now off to your website!
    Mary Ann

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  32. The way to get my attention is the word Grass cloth. I have always loved it even though you can not get a perfect match at the seams. Thay's the look. Timeless. Like Linnen.

    Merry Christmas

    yvonne Great Post.

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  33. This is such a unique look and you're right; it's so warm! Love it.
    xo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  34. OMG I love grasspaper! We just hung it in our downstairs bathroom and talk about transformation! I am so hooked on it and now want to hang it in our staircase. I've only just found your lovely blog and will add you to my blog roll!

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  35. What goes round, comes round, but I never thought it went out. The other great thing is that you can paint it if you get tired of it,and it doesn't show nail holes or push pin marks. I agree, the wainscoting breaks it up beautifully.
    Best,
    Liz

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  36. Ordering samples from Phillip Jeffries is on my LONG to do list. I will definitely have grasscloth in our new master bedroom

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  37. Nice pics!
    I like it!

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  38. I am so happy that grasscloth is back IN! I loved it in the early 80's and I love it now.
    Thank you for sharing, Sue.
    Teresa

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  39. Grasscloth is a superb way to add texture to a space! Love it too!

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  40. It's so pretty because its neutral and will stand the test of time. Lovely!!

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  41. adore! I'm so glad it's still in! We had grasscloth wallpaper in our first home's bedroom 10 years ago & neighbors thought it was weird :)

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  42. I have grasscloth by Ralph lauren covering my bedroom walls.
    Who knew I was so chic?

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  43. Nice colors. It adds a lot of warmth and makes the room look nice and cozy.

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  44. ooh that is adorable! Im your newest follower - come follow me back and lets keep in touch!!! :)

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  45. I love grasscloth...in a former house I didn't have the budget so I did the next best thing...grasscloth 'wallpaper' - it looked like the real thing without the cost! I loved it in my dining room on one wall to cover hideous 70's paneling and painted the other 3 walls a gorgeous peach - curtains were blue and white checks...miss that room! :))

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  46. i was just turned on to the beauty of grasscloth wallpaper now i just need to find a place to use it!

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  47. Love the look. anything that adds texture!

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  48. My cracked walls are most definitely in need of some of that! xoxo

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  49. Love grass cloth wall paper!

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  50. All of the walls are fabulous and I love the painted floor too. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  51. I agree... completely LOVE this look! xo

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  52. Agreed! I think grasscloth can add a little equestrian flair which, of course, I love!
    ~SW

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  53. Oooo, yummy pics! Love the dining room!

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  54. I absolutely adore the look of grasscloth wallpaper! I need to find somewhere in my home for it!
    XOXO
    Katie

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