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Untextured Faux Grasscloth in a Kitchen

The kitchen and breakfast area of this ’70’s era kitchen are quite typical of the ranch style homes that were popular at that time. I have papered about a million of them. 279 more words

{wallpaper wednesday: thibaut grasscloth resource vol. 4}

Established in 1886, Thibaut (pronounced Tee-Bo) is the nation’s oldest continuously operating wallpaper firm. Thibaut’s product offering has broadened to include a variety of coordinating print fabrics, furniture, embroideries, and woven upholstery fabrics. 290 more words

Design Inspiration

Faux Grasscloth on an Accent Wall in a Dining Room

This retired couple near the Montrose neighborhood of Houston wanted to update their 15-year old house by adding a textured wallpaper to one wall in their dining room. 181 more words

Stupid, Unresearched, and Misleading News Article About Wallpaper

A spot with this information (click link below) aired on the local news Monday, and since then it has popped up on news and information sites on the Internet. 311 more words

Color In Grasscloth Changes Abruptly

Grasscloth is very popular right now, because homeowners love the texture and natural feel of the material. However, ‘natural’ equates with ‘irregular,’ and can lead to very noticeable color differences and variations in the product. 162 more words

Phillip Jeffries Rivets Grasscloth Wallpaper

The Rivets pattern by Phillip Jeffries is pretty popular in the higher-end market (with lots of knock-offs by less pricy brands). It’s a fairly fine grasscloth with a handsome cross design made of 3D “rivets.” The rivets are made of something like vinyl, and are somewhat difficult to cut with a razor blade or scissors. 112 more words

Woven Grasscloth Gives a Tailored Look

This handsome grasscloth wallpaper has a tightly-woven surface, and reminds me of a man’s herringbone suit. I hung this in two entry vestibules to the master bedroom in my previous post. 193 more words