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I love the look of grasscloth wallpaper in a room. It can instantly add texture and warmth to any space, and it suits many different decorating styles.

That's why I used it in my own living room in my last house (above).

I think it looks best on all four walls but you could use it as a feature wall like designer Erin Feasby did in this kids' bedroom.

Lately I've seen it in different colours, but the most popular so far is a soft green. Victoria Webster paired hers with a soft pink carpet in her principal bedroom — daring but effective.

For more wallpaper picks, see our Wallpapered Rooms photo gallery.

Photo credits:
1. House & Home Makeovers 2009 special issue, photography by Michael Graydon
2. House & Home March 2011 issue, photography by Donna Griffith
3. House & Home March 2009 issue, photography by Michael Graydon
4. House & Home January 2010 issue, photography by Michael Graydon


Cameron MacNeil

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