Tapestries are a form of textile art that is traditionally woven on a vertical loom. Tapestries are mostly found in museums, as they were mostly used in earlier times. It is a weft weaving mill, in which all warp threads are hidden in the finished work, in contrast to the fabric weaving mill, where threads can be visible. Most weavers use natural warp threads such as linen or cotton.
The threads are usually made of wool or cotton, but can also be made of silk, gold, silver or other alternatives. The tapestry was making a comeback again because people are so much more interested in art and design these days.
A simple tapestry can make many changes in your room. Be it a living room or a bedroom. You can put it on any wall and it will definitely enhance it. A boring room can be made attractive by a simple tapestry. If you add antique decorative items like pottery or furniture, you get a vintage look. A simple white wall can be changed with a large designer tapestry.
It is portable and requires less pain. The prices vary depending on the fabric. If you are a history lover, you can weave a lot of stories on them. Art will of course change depending on the region. As the fashion industry changes, so does the interior. People have devoted themselves more to art and crafts. And it’s still a good sign, because it keeps you up to date and motivates you to some innovative ideas. You can also ask the weavers to weave your personal tapestry.
- Choose a perfect place to collect
- Use trees for lighting
- Matching patterns are key
- Get plenty of shade with a canopy or umbrella