Dressing your walls in grasscloth wallpaper is like trading in an old pair of overalls for a slinky silk gown. Less visually chaotic than a pattern and so much more dinesmiornal than a paint job, it's the best of both worlds. Ahead, these designer rooms that prove just how gorgeous grasscloth wallpaper is and take notes to try these decor ideas at home.
In this study designed by , the slight shimmer of the grasscloth ignites the entire room. The gallery wall adds a contemporary touch while the burnt marigold throw pillows ground the space.
Designed by Peter Frank, this living room proves that grasscloth wallpaper complements eclectic design perfectly, as it's both quirky and understated. The sofa is slipcovered in vintage French linen sheets, grounding the more formal navy wallpaper and Korean folding screen.
Black grasscloth wallpaper makes a sultry statement in this living room designed by Melanie Turner. All of the trims were painted the same shade of black in a higher sheen, too, for a cohesive, finished look.
Texture-rich grasscloth wallpaper, a fabric tented ceiling, wall-to-wall custom artwork...you really can have it all. And in this dining room, that means you can have your circus fun and eat it, too. "The dining room was our greatest challenge, but it ended up becoming the most exciting room in the house," says designer . To fuse the homeowners's New England heritage with their new Palm Beach lifestyle, they went with a vintage Everglades theme. Decorative artist painted the palms and flamingos over a grasscloth wallpaper, then created a trompe l'oeil tented ceiling.
You don't have to cover the entire wall in grasscloth to reap its benefits. In this little nook designed by , the backs of the shelves are lined with an oat-hued weave that sticks within the nature-inspired aesthetic while softening and breaking up the wooden frame of the space.
Set against a muted mossy green grasscloth wallpaper, the modern modular and shiny floating shelves pop even more. Then the wooden side table and reading wing chair make the space designed by Studio Ashby perfectly cozy. All together, it's a balanced blend of contemporary and traditional design.
With a shiny blue painted ceiling, cheerful blue subway backsplash, and navy accents, the sky blue grasscloth wallpaper animates the corner and helps transition the kitchen to the breakfast nook.
Aside from the desk and lamp, everything in this gorgeous home office designed by Studio Ashby is enveloped in fabrics, making it feel like a warm, inviting embrace of a space. And that's the kind of environment anyone would want to work in, no matter the task. For a similar vibe, upholster your floating shelves or cubbies in the same fabric as your seating. Here, the graphic houndstooth print contrasts beautifully with the butterfly motif and the basketweave wallpaper is an understated but impactful foundation.
Now here's how you tell a color story. In this living room designed by , the upholstered armchairs set the tone and pull everything together for a consistent yet totally unique result. You can see the yellow wallpaper above the door frame in the adjacent room peeking out, which helps ease us into the pops of yellow ahead. The magenta rug and fiery red throw introduce some contrast while the gorgeous light turquoise wallpaper speaks to the forest green ground of the chairs without being too matchy-matchy.
, this bedroom is relaxed and tranquil yet polished and special. The subtle repetition of the light blue striations in the grasscloth wallpaper are evocative of a calm, peaceful ocean. Perfect for rocking you to sleep each night!
Grasscloth wallpaper has the warmth you'd expect from fabrics and introduces more texture than other wallpaper substrates since it's made from natural fibers. We love this deep chocolate brown hue in a study designed by . It ensures a sense of intimacy and drama without relying on eccentricity, making it beautifully timeless.
Eclectic, understated glamour reigns in this family home designed by Commune. The photograph asserts a contemporary feel while the grasscloth wallpapered ceiling asserts a sense of tradition and warmth.
The navy grasscloth wallpaper adds a sophisticated seriousness to this powder room designed by . The classic blue tiles lighten things up and speak to the Spanish influence of the architectural bones as does the mirror. The tiles are also strategically placed around the sink, protecting the grasscloth from splashing, which can create damage.
Grasscloth is the perfect wallpaper for added texture that doesn't drown out other statements throughout a room. Designer brought this living room to life with luxe throw pillows, bold patterns, and colorful upholstery.
If you like your refinement with a side of rustic sensibility, opt for a grasscloth that's woven with natural fibers. The light neutral tone and natural variations in this bedroom designed by Studio Life/Style ensure a down to earth vibe, which is sharpened by the angular black metal accents.
You can keep things neutral, or opt for saturated statements. Regardless of what you choose, the beauty of grasscloth wallpaper is its natural variations in color—as you can see in this media room designed by Commune, it looks different depending on how the light hits it. It's the perfect wall covering for a media room or home theater, since it can visually darken the space for viewing parties and improve sound quality.