Decorator Grasscloth Wallpaper 2-17 from Decorator Grasscloth Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings offers a shimmer of metallic gold with a rustic charm. The backing paper is a bright metallic gold. The grasses are of mostly thin to medium thickness. Folds, overlaps and small knots give it a truly handcrafted look. The grass colors are beige, tan, olive, chestnut and hints of umber. Earth tones are back in decor and this grass wallpaper makes a nice anchor for them in any room. Use a metallic backed grasscloth inside a glass display case, curio cabinet or wet bar where shelf lights make it shimmer. In an entry with lots of windows, the natural light will really make this wallpaper sing. Along a staircase, it enhances natural wood tones. Transform the back of a bookcase with some texture that will allow your accessories to be showcased. Grasscloth is a no brainer in the den or man cave, because the rustic appearance keeps things casual. Grasscloth helps to focus the eye in a studio apartment where everything is close together and can make a small space feel more intimate than small. In a loft with soaring ceilings and open floor plan, it is sometimes hard to anchor a “room” unless there is a wallpaper, mural or piece of art that becomes a feature. Use this pattern in a dressing room for a soft warmth that helps make makeup look natural. The master bedroom is a place for both romance and rest. A little bit of gold and proper lighting will help set the mood. 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. The good news is that these are natural fibers so grasscloth wallcoverings are sustainable and have an extended lifespan.