grass cloth


Definition of grass cloth 

: a lustrous plain textile of usually loosely woven fibers

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Holland & Sherry curtains, a Casa del Bianco embroidered duvet cover and Rogers & Goffigon grass cloth that wraps the headboard further cushion the space with texture. Heidi Mitchell, WSJ, "A Superchic Apartment That’s Tougher Than It Looks," 20 Apr. 2018 Living room: Wallcovering, grass cloth in indigo—Phillip Jeffries (T); House Beautiful, "November 2017 Product Guide," 13 Oct. 2017 The dining room was coated in cranberry lacquer, the master bedroom enveloped in blond grass cloth, and the living room walls coated in glossy paint in a hue that hovers in the sweet spot between green and blue. Ingrid Abramovitch, ELLE Decor, "HOUSE TOUR: A Dreamy Summer Home Inspired By Grey Gardens," 26 May 2016

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First Known Use of grass cloth

1857, in the meaning defined above

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