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The Decorator Grasscloth 2 Wallpaper Book by Patton
“Top selling and budget friendly grasscloth wallpapers.”
If you are looking for a wallpaper pattern from this collection, please call our showroom at 817-226-7890, and we will be happy to help you with your order.
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The entire collection of Decorator Grasscloth 2 by Patton is available through Leland's Wallpaper.For samples and orders from this collection, please call our showroom. 817-226-7890.
Decorator Grasscloth Volume 2 by Patton Wallcoverings expands on their top selling and budget friendly grasscloth wallpapers. This collection ranges from fine woven sisals to chunky grasses with large slubs (knots) to basketweaves. In Decorator Grasscloth Volume 2 by Patton Wallcoverings, there are choices of matte color backgrounds and metallic foil backgrounds. The basketweaves and sisals are more refined and work well in formal spaces. Larger grasses become more casual in nature while the arrow roots and heavy slubs make a more rustic look. Grasscloth wallcoverings can be used on walls and ceilings. What is a budget friendly price range for grasscloth? This collection offers double roll pricing of $120 to $210 where most collections have a range of $350 to $1400.
If you have ever wondered what determines the price of grasscloth and why it seems exponentially higher than "regular" wallpapers, we have some answers. Here is a quick education on grasscloth. Grasscloth is a handcrafted product. It comes from Southeast Asia. Once the grass grows to about 3 feet in height, it is harvested, tied into bundles and hung from the ceiling to dry. Grass has to dry for about 3 months to be dry enough to accept dyes without bleeding. Master weavers must first knot the grasses together to create the long strands that will be woven on a traditional loom that has been threaded. A master weaver, on average, can weave 1 to 2 bolts worth of grasscloth (24 feet long) each day. Once the grass has been woven into "cloth" form, it is then attached to a backing paper. These backing papers can be foil, solid color or even have a print on them. Specialty finishes like metallic inks or patterns can be brushed or printed upon the surface.
Due to the hand weaving of the grasses and the differing sizes of the strands, you should expect to see the seams. Fine sisals and basket weaves will show the seams a little less than chunkier grasses. You should also know that a higher contrast between the background color and the color of the grasses will make seams more apparent. Tone on tone patterns help to hide the seams a little. Because they are made of raw materials, have an excellent "shelf life" and can be recycled into a compost, grasscloth wallcoverings are considered sustainable.
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