Decorator Grasscloth Wallpaper 2-15 from Decorator Grasscloth Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings reflects the warmth of a summer sunset. The backing paper is a deep brick red. The grasses range from medium thickness to a thin, hairy leaf life texture. You will see folds and small knots across the weave. The grasses are beige, wheat, olive, chestnut and tobacco in color. To avoid issues with mold or mildew, you may not want to use natural grass wallpapers in wet areas like kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms. Cleaning grasscloth wallpapers requires a brush attachment and your vacuum. Grasscloth wallpapers are a nice addition to your entry. They are more durable than the average paper in terms of being brushed against. At 24 feet long, a bolt of grasscloth is ideal for a staircase. Its width of 36 inches means you get significantly more square footage for the bolt price. If you wanted a rustic look for your loft, but it is brand new, you have a couple options in terms of wallpaper: grasscloth or a faux brick pattern. The den is a good place to use a rustic wallcovering to provide a masculine approach to decor. Bring the colors of sunset into your desert modern decor. The rich colors of the Tuscan countryside envelope friends and family in your dining room just in time for dinner. You are used to seeing chair rails in design, but did you know there is such a thing as a plate rail? Yes, plate rail. It is essentially the same idea, except that it measures down from the ceiling. This will allow you to “cap” your guest suite with a grasscloth wallpaper on the ceiling and then down the walls. Add a tropical print wallpaper below the rail and you have a new take on coastal chic decor.