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Counting Shadows On The Wall

Here is a paper that has been in a master bathroom in a home in River Oaks for many years. This wall faces a wall of windows. 335 more words

Gentle Texture, Soft Color on a Home Office Ceiliing


Here is the home office of interior designer Layne Torsch, of Layne Torsch Interiors, in the Highland Village neighborhood of Houston. Her look is serene and simple, but livable for today’s busy families. 112 more words

Flaw of the Day - Blotch. Always But a Little Extra

This blotch showed up in the middle of a bolt of faux grasscloth. Luckily we had enough paper that I could cut around it and get a fresh piece.

Centering and Plumbing Grasscloth Seam


Re my previous posts, here I am using my laser level to help get the seam aligned with the light sconce, as well as ensure that it hangs level. 15 more words

Grasscloth Seam Placement on Off-Kilter Wall


Because of the textured nature and natural fibers of the material, all the seams on grasscloth are quite visible. So I try to place the seams in a “balanced” or evenly placed pattern on the wall. 103 more words

Paneling / Color Variations Between Strips in Grasscloth


Because grasscloth is a natural product, you can expect color variations between strips, even when they come off the same bolt. See previous post about how the manufacturer worked to minimize this. 112 more words

Minimalizing Color Variations by Hanging in Sequence


Because grasscloth is a natural fiber product, it is known for certain inherent features, namely a pattern that cannot be matched, visible seams, and color variations such as paneling (one strip is a slightly different color from the one next to it), shading (different colors within the same strip), and edges that are lighter in color than the center of the strip. 220 more words