Monday, November 11, 2019

Things Are What They "Seam"

Welcome Back Blog Readers,

We have recently completed an exciting textural wallpaper project in downtown Boston with a designer collection grasscloth, and a hand painted linen/grass cloth called Sandia by Thibaut.  Our client was looking for a contemporary textural wallpaper that would not be too overwhelming, and would open up the space.  These papers were installed in both the living room, dinning room, hallways and lastly the master bedroom.  Our goal was to create versatility for our client, so that she may finish decorating her home using her own personal touches.  These textile wallcoverings have no design restrictions because they will accommodate busy fabrics, heavily printed rugs and intense artwork. 

An important feature to consider when using an organic textile wallcovering, is the fact that, because it is a natural fiber there will be seams,  creating a paneling effect adding to the beauty that is inherent in these wallcoverings.  In order to appreciate the look of grasscloth, one needs to embrace its natural imperfections, and savor the unique beauty it creates as it compliments your home.

And as I always say folks, "Don't be afraid to decorate!"


Best Always,

Robin