Anyone afraid of color but considering woven wallcovering for their home will surely fall in love with neutral seagrass. It's a great way to be somewhat beige without being boring. By the time you place furniture and accessories in front the newly covered wall, you'll find the texture helps almost every cherished item pop. PaperMyWalls is an affordable source I often use for neutral grasscloth.
Yeah, this photo has already appeared in dozens of ideabooks. Why? Because the idea totally rocks. I've done this several times and it's always a hit. If you can't commit to full walls of woven wallcovering, consider installing it in panels framed with picture molding or chair rail. This gives you the touch of texture with a bit more graphic impact. It also saves a good chunk of change since you'll need a lot less material.
The washed linen look! Here's a woven wallcovering with a more casual, relaxed aesthetic. There are a of choices out there, from color to scale and price. If you're not totally attached to being organic, many vinyl options are so similar in appearance, it's virtually impossible to tell the real from the fake.
Tone-on-tone style can often be tricky to pull off, unless woven wallcovering is part of the master plan. With little-to-no contrast and the same hue floor-to-ceiling, it's gotta be all about a play on textures. Between the sisal carpet, zebra print upholstery, repurposed sack lampshades and grasscloth, every main element here is natural. And with the exception of the zebra, it's all slightly different shades of the same hue. A great way to finish off a tone-on-tone space with woven wallcovering walls is to paint the ceiling one of the shades found in the wall material.
Grasscloth introduces a clean, architectural, floor-to-ceiling line. This is the result of several panels installed side-by-side, with contrasting tones of the weave lined up.
When woven wallcovering comes with a faint, elegant sheen, it's often delicate to the touch. You'll be better off hiring a professional paper hanger to install this. One of the biggest issues with trying to do it yourself is waste. All it takes is one wrong cut and an entire roll can become useless. Spending money on professional installation will most likely save you money.
Grasscloth in a bathroom? Yes! While it's wise to keep it away from very wet spaces, woven wallcovering is an amazing way to spruce up a tiny powder room. The smaller size of most powder rooms make them the perfect place to experiment.