Hang a Tapestry

Hang a Tapestry

If you are searching for something particular to hang on your walls, consider a tapestry. Unlike a framed painting, a tapestry has motion since it hangs out of a pole with decorative finials. This ancient form of art could be costly, but nowadays you can discover affordable options for $100 and up.

You can locate some of your favourite art reproduced in tapestry type, whether it’s a work by Thomas Kinkade, Vincent Van Gogh or Leonardo de Vinci. Or you can think outside the box and hang quilts, fabric pieces or rugs as tapestry-like art.

Create one large statement . Take under consideration the size of the wall when buying a tapestry. A massive piece within an open space like this makes a space feel more comfy.

HartmanBaldwin Design/Build

If you are renting and unable to paint the walls, hang a massive tapestry to add colour and drama to your space.

Tracy Murdock Allied ASID

When a tapestry fills a wall it’s truly a dramatic way to create a large impression. Plus they look fabulous against white painted walls, so no need to paint!

Jane Ellison

Create a space that feels traveled and warm by using a tapestry with a few golden colour and Asian flair.

Dillard Pierce Design Associates

Tapestries are ideal for double-story foyers. It’s possible to spend a whole lot of cash on an antique hand woven piece, or find a replicated slice for less.

Letitia Holloway

Tapestries using a Renaissance, Neo-Classical theme add an Old-World allure. Attempt one using rusty reds inside to get a warm feel. It can hang over an accent table or buffet. Add sconces on each side for elegance along with more warmth.

Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography

Tapestries can be modern, like this eclectic and artsy piece. It makes a great focal point in this white space.

Bosworth Hoedemaker

Create your own headboard seem. Hang a tapestry over a bed and add immediate wow!

For Folks design

To coating on the richness and interest at a bedroom shed a tapestry from the wall on either side of a mattress.

You may want to consider a tapestry that hangs if there’s a seat rail below it.

Karen Schaefer Louw

Hang a tapestry horizontal over a buffet to cover more of the wall.

Joel Kelly Design

Tapestries with classic scenes of landscapes could be relaxing and feel comfy at a distance.

Kate Jackson Design

Find a fun tapestry to use in a child’s space similar to this Atlas Tapestry out of Urban Outfitters.

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