Currently Obsessed: Grasscloth

{ A Shot from the ELLE DÉCOR Feature on Fashion Designer, Francisco Costa’s Stunning New York Apartment }

Grasscloth has been on my radar for a good while now, but I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it since seeing it in the lobby of my hotel during a week’s stay in New York(see the last photo in this post) as well as in my boss’ office nearly everyday. Grasscloth is a great way to add both color and texture to a space. It adds instant warmth, depth, and a touch of luxury. I am dying to use grasscloth in my own home and am thinking it would look best in my foyer and my formal living room and dining room which open onto each other. Do you have grasscloth in your home? Would you recommend having it hung by a professional? What is your favorite application for grasscloth?


{Charcoal Grasscloth via Houzz}


{I love the color of this beautiful grasscloth featured in Lonny!}


{This taupe grasscloth has a thicker grain.}


{Sumptuous Chocolate Grasscloth in a Living Room by Redmond Aldrich Design}

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{Designer Palmer Weiss opted for mocha-colored grasscloth for this dining room.}


{Dreamy Blue-Gray Grasscloth—This reminds me of The Hamptons.}


{Gorgeous Aqua Grasscloth in a Space by Diane Bergeron}


{Diane Bergeron seems to love blue grasscloth! She used it again in a darker hue in this gorgeous living room.}


{Navy Grasscloth with White Wainscotting is yummy!}

{Major drama, classic styling, and loads of grasscloth come together in this stunning space that I believe was designed by Steven Gambrel (correct me if I’m wrong).}


{Angie Hranowsky selected classic cream-colored grasscloth for this hip vignette.}


{The neutral grasscloth in this room by Melanie Turner Interiors helps to anchor the bold colors and patterns used throughout the space.}


{The grasscloth in this image from Pinterest looks fabulous because of the contrasting moulding!}


{I love the idea of using grasscloth in unexpected places such as lining the back of bookcases as seen in this image by Kristen F. Davis Designs.}


{Speaking of unexpected places, check out this stunning combination: Grasscloth-Covered Ceiling + Stacked Crown Moulding via Brian Gluckstein}

{This metallic grasscloth wallcovering is out of this world!}


{I fell in love with the color and texture of the grasscloth used on these columns during my stay at The Roger Hotel in New York.}

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  1. Love this and love grass cloth. I have it in my powder room and dining room and kitchen! Definitely get it hung professionally and by somebody good. This is tricky stuff and it can easily look like a handyman special without somebody who knows what they are doing. What can you tell me about the Hamptons blue bedroom. esp the wall covering and carpet. Thanks. Really enjoy the blog but not getting much work done.