Decorator Grasscloth Wallpaper 2-14 from Decorator Grasscloth Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings is a rich rustic weave. The backing paper is navy blue. The woven grasses range from natural, wheat, tobacco, chestnut, and olive. Some of the fibers are courser in nature like hairs that tend to clump. The loosely woven off-white threads allow for changes in width of the different grasses used. To avoid issues with mold or mildew, you may decide not to use grasscloth in wet areas like kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms. You should clean a grasscloth wallpaper with the brush attachment on your vacuum. Utilize a grasscloth texture behind the shelves of a bookcase. It makes a casual statement behind the television in a game room or living room. In the den, it becomes the first layer of textures and color in your decor. Soften with suede or microfiber furniture and finish with a classic linen roman shade for windows. Grasscloth brings the organic factor into organic modern decor in the converted loft where concrete and brick provide substantial hardscapes. Grasscloth wallpaper turns the industrial into a chic, more natural habitat. It provides a link to nature in the meditation room. It grounds and centers you in the yoga studio. Picture frame panels seem to be everywhere, and most people have no idea what to do with them. If you are a less is more kind of person, simply fill the panels with a grasscloth wallcovering and you're done. Chair rails are another feature that pops up in most traditional homes. You can use this textured wall covering above, below or both. A grasscloth on the walls of a bedroom or home office gives a similar visual as woven wood shades do for your windows. It is a good base for a safari or coastal themed room. Causal and cozy is the appeal of a family room.