Decorator Grasscloth Wallpaper 2-5 from Decorator Grasscloth Wallpaper Book by Patton Wallcoverings creates warmth with color and texture. The backing paper is a creamy off-white. Large knots and multiple folds make a more rustic finish to the beige, tan, and sage grasses with a hit of wine or burgundy. The grasses vary from thin to medium in widths allowing more background to be seen in portions of the paper and little to none to be seen in others. You might not want to use natural fibers in wet areas like kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms to avoid issues with mold or mildew. You should clean a grasscloth wallpaper with the brush attachment on your vacuum. Neutral patterns are versatile in terms of both the texture and color. This pattern easily fits decor from the uptown condo or apartment to the laid back feel of a lake house or farmhouse. It goes coastal chic in the beach house, and turns the converted loft into modern rustic. You can use grass textures on the ceiling for some warmth and pattern. The obvious choice is for walls. But did you know you can use it to accent furniture? Yes indeed! Put a grass wallpaper inside framed panels on a desk or dresser. It also works beautifully inside the back of a hutch. In the game room, use it below the counter of the wet bar or on the walls above a chair rail. Grasscloth is always masculine in a den or study. If you have a chair rail that is 36 inches high, turn your grasscloth roll sideways for installation and then you won't have a seam until 24 feet. Plus, since grasscloth is usually horizontally oriented on the roll, it becomes vertical when you turn it and gives you less visible seams. Grass wallpapers are made of natural fiber, making them somewhat sound absorbent in a media room or home theater.