Basically, it’s magic. Designers explain why.
“A few months ago, I visited a design panel and there was one thing that each designer agreed on—add texture to the walls if you want to create character! This grasscloth’s natural sand color is a huge nod to our coastal region and it reminds me of that every time I see it. It gives me a feeling of comfort and happiness!” – Megan Stokes, Holy City Chic
“Grasscloth wallpaper is a decorator’s secret weapon to take a room from ordinary to extraordinary. I used it in my favorite color – robin’s egg blue – in this bedroom at 33 Main, my luxury lodging destination in the Berkshires.” – Annie Selke, The Annie Selke Companies
“Grasscloth is less of a pattern commitment than wallpaper –but brings way more punch to a room than paint.” – Christina Higham, Sun Soul Style
“Grasscloth is the perfect way to add dimension and texture to a space! I love how warm and inviting it feels.” – Autumn Hachey, Toronto Designer, Stylist + Creative Director
“Grasscloth is a safe and sophisticated bet when it comes to wallcoverings.” – Sarah Gibson, Room for Tuesday
“I love using grasscloth because it not only adds such an element of sophistication but also interest and tranquility.” – Nicola Bathie of Nicola Bathie
“I love how grasscloth gives a room texture and dimension without being overwhelming. It’s classic and will never go out of style. I recently put it up in my home office and it completely changes the feel of the space. It elevates it in a way that no paint color could do.” – Julia Dzafic, Lemon Stripes
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