Finely Textured Phillip Jefferies Grasscloth in a Dining Room

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Here is a light silvery tan-grey grasscloth with a fine texture, going up on all four walls in a dining room of a very nicely gutted-and-renovated home in River Oaks. It’s by Phillip Jeffries. The wallpaper is adding a sleek but serene look to the room – sort of like standing in a cloud.

For the most part, this paper is very homogenous in color, and the seams don’t show as much as with many natural products. There is some difference in color between the two strips on one wall (third photo), but this is pretty typical for grasscloth. You can also see a color difference in the strip over the window in the top photo. These color differences are called “paneling,” and are not a defect, but are considered part of the inherent natural beauty of the natural fibers and materials used to make these products.

The interior designer on this job is Elizabeth Mann elizabeth.e.mann@gmail.com

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