Peninsula Sisal Wallpaper from Kenneth James Canton Road Grasscloth Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcoverings employs an intense navy strand on a navy ground for an alluring tonal texture. The extra fine fibers of sisal come from a native Mexican species of the agave plant. The nature of a hand woven grasscloth means the seams will always show, but with an extra fine sisal and singular color, the seams are more refined. On the east coast, this vivid blue grasscloth wall covering yields a profound base in a nautically inspired entry or living room. Set inside picture frame panels against bright white wood, your study takes on a fresh update with French Country furniture and fabrics. Clean and crisp is the way to go in a beach house breakfast nook with a water hue of navy blue. Treat the tray ceiling in your guest room to a texture that accents the colors in your decor. Turn a finished attic into a game room with a navy grass texture above the wainscot for a night sky effect, especially near windows with a telescope and constellation charts. Similar to the popular navy grasscloth by Joanna Gaines, this sisal would be a beautiful feature wall in the master bedroom of a contemporary farmhouse. Apply a grasscloth to the interior of a hutch or built in book shelves that add color and texture to your dining room. Wall coverings from Kenneth James Canton Road Grasscloth Wallpaper Book by Brewster Wallcovering are un-pasted and packaged in double roll bolts. Due to the hand crafted nature of these patterns, variations in color and texture should be expected within each bolt.