A grasscloth wall covering, with its subtle texture and refined coloring, is the perfect backdrop to create an elegant and inviting space. From a dramatically blue-hued library to a whimsical geometric patterned powder room, see how top designers use grasscloth wall coverings in their designs.
In the dining room of this Cape Cod vacation home, Jennifer Palumbo paired a soft colored grass cloth wall covering from Phillip Jeffries with interesting artwork and a floral patterned Pierre Frey fabric. See more of the home here>
For this master bedroom, designer Gillian Gillies used a floral grasscloth by Celerie Kemble for Schumacher for an elegant look with a hint of whimsy.
Designer Kristin Paton created a classic look in this family room with grasscloth covered walls and art deco inspired furnishings. The coffered ceiling adds additional interest and depth to the space.
This vacation house powder room designed by Erin King feels bright and beachy with a handblocked grasscloth wall covering, geometric mirror and nautical sconces.
This library designed by Blythe Home has a dramatic yet comforting look with a blue grasscloth wall covering, green mohair sofa and global inspired red accents.
A neutral grasscloth creates the perfect backdrop for the collection of mirrors, silver leaf chest and Mansour Modern carpet in this living room designed by Fine Concepts.
Design firm Taylor & Taylor used a citrus green grasscloth as a counterpoint to the meticulous woodwork in this elegant foyer.
Designer Diana Sawicki used grasscloth wallpaper in this powder room to give a subtle nod to the coastal location of this Westport, Connecticut home.
In the entrance hall of her Knightsbridge apartment, Taylor Howes founder and chief executive Karen Howes used a Maze grasscloth wallpaper by Tibaut and a herringbone marble floor.
Designer Alison Whittaker paired a sand colored grasscloth wallpaper with iron bed frame and bold aqua accents for an inviting guest room look.