Homeowners are loving textured wallcoverings these days, and grasscloth is all the rage.
However, I am almost always disappointed in this natural product, due to the visible seams and the lack of uniformity in color. 37 more words
Because natural grasscloth frequently has disappointingly visible seams, and jarringly noticeable paneling and shading (color variations between strips and even within strips, even if they came off the same bolt), as well as staining and color running and pets clawing it up, I try to steer clients away from real grasscloth. 66 more words
While I’m happy to see another magazine promoting wallpaper in a decorating feature, I have to say that there is some abruptly alarming misinformation being passed along in the May/June 2017 issue of… 186 more words
Because I paste wallpaper from the back, I don’t always see the front of each strip until I’m putting it on the wall. Luckily, with this grasscloth by Thibaut, I noticed this slight green stripe along one edge of the paper, running just a few feet, and was able to plot the positioning so that the flaw would be cut off, and would not mar the look of the finished room. 37 more words
Re my previous post … The area to be papered was small, but the whole job was complicated because the grasscloth arrived in two different runs. 260 more words