Spliced Roll of Grasscloth

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You are looking at the back of a strip of grasscloth. See the slightly darker horizontal stripe, between my scissors and razor blade? That is a piece of paper that the manufacturer has pasted across the back of the strip, covering the joint where one strip of paper ended and the next one began. When they do this to regular wallpaper, it pretty well ruins several feet of paper, because it leaves a noticeable bump / ridge under the paper. But in this case, the grasscloth is thick enough to disguise the slight difference in height where the patch is. Once it was pasted and on the wall, you could not even guess it was there!

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