An excellent way to keep a deep, rich look without sacrificing light is to choose saturated shades of red then tone them down with an organic texture and a light accent color. Here, the cranberry grass-cloth walls infuse the room with much-needed color, keeping it bright with an all-natural appeal. Alternatively, the cool, blue-gray accents add contrast.
The key to good design? Not forgetting the small details. Consider upgrading your wall outlets to designer-grade versions that bring in unique finishes and colors. The matte silver tone of this outlet is a cool contrast against the warm grass-cloth wall covering.
A hypnotic floating desk is a chic and stunning built-in option for adding workspace in any room. A runner of grass cloth creates weight and gives the feel of a room within the room while a sleek and modern white chair with wooden legs keeps the space grounded and mirrors the white motif.
Wrapping the walls and ceiling in grass cloth creates a room within a room feel in this spacious and sophisticated contemporary bedroom. Using organic materials, such as the dark woods and grass cloth, creates a voluminous and open airy space throughout the room. A sitting area complete with built-in desk is nestled past the bed and takes advantage of the large bay widow.
Inspired by the colors of an Asian botanical-print rug, warm tones and varied textures bring cozy harmony to this multi-purpose room. A grass cloth wall covering, woven shades and a suede-covered Arne Jacobsen Egg chair mix with a wool boucle daybed, custom designed for the space.
Throughout the house, the color-scheme incorporates soft blues and off-whites in every room, making the home inviting, while the tropical undertones such as the leaf-shaped sconces, fabric patters and grass cloth wall coverings help to add balance to the warm and cool tones of the space.
A washable and stain-resistant faux grass-cloth vinyl wall covering in pool-water blue was used for both the ceiling and walls with pure white trim for contrast, to create an underwater-like feel for this playful lounge with funky, laid-back style.
The walls of this coastal bathroom are tiled in blue glass subway tile, while the walk-in shower has a mosaic backsplash. The floors are covered in grass cloth-inspired porcelain, while a simple vanity and coastal accessories complete the design.
The walls of the master are covered in grass cloth. The canopy of the bed is in the same fabric as the window treatments to keep things harmonious visually, while the duvet is made from heathered wool.
While the majority of the home is bathed in a cool blue color, the family room brings warmth to the home. To add texture to the space grass cloth covers the wall, making the space a cozy place for the family to relax and enjoy each other's company.
Interior designer Tiffany Brooks covered the backing of the built-in bookcase with green grass cloth wallpaper that highlights the white books and accessories on the open shelves, including a pair of fun white ear-shaped bookends.
Of all the rooms in his condo, Chris splurged the most on his living room. While the majority of the budget went to covering the walls with 70 yards of $32-per-yard metallic grass cloth, he saved in other areas. The pendant light was picked up for $199 at CB2, the sofa was purchased from Macy's for $700, and the custom shag carpet was made from backroom remnants from a local carpet showroom.
This spa-style retreat features walnut cabinets, Shoji screen doors with metal tile and faux grass cloth walls. A true Japanese-style tub and a large walk-in shower with body sprays provide the finishing touches.