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Before I knew a blessed thing about interior design, I would eyeball a grasscloth-covered wall and think, “Oooo, what’s that fun, texture-y stuff?” Now I know it’s an eco-friendly way to cover the walls. It’s made from several Asian grasses and fibers and comes in a variety of earth tones — I’ve come across some pinks and reds too. In addition to a variety of colors and grasses used, grasscloth comes in various weaves too.

Here are a few examples of different styles.

First on the list, a surprisingly sparkly metallic.


A traditional look with some boho accents.
I love that the wall covering is extended to the ceiling.


a simple neutral from Southern Living


Setting the tone for a nature-themed room.


What a fantastic kids room.
I love the Ugly Dolls on the right-side bed.


This charcoal gray is beautiful.


Check out these funky stripes.


A few fantastic resources:

greensgreens from The Home Depot



some great patterns from Steve’s


jeweltones_patternsjewel tones and fun patterns from an extensive collection at
Wallpapers to Go


neutralslovely neutrals from Designer Wallcoverings and Fabrics

Thanks for stopping by!
xoxo, S