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  • Erin Briley

    Love this ceiling! The ceiling in this Palm Beach home is wallpapered in grasscloth with a lovely result. (GRASSCLOTH CEILING ACCENT!! LOVE!!)

  • Carol Fecker

    Wallpaper ceiling with grasscloth to add color & texture. Love this for a small space like a powder room.

  • Hosking Interiors

    Wallpaper ceiling with grass cloth

  • Augustus Maggio

    grasscloth on the #decoracao de casas #hotel interior design #interior design office

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Despite low ceilings - look what can be done with millwork and grasscloth wallpaper.

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