Wall Tapestry Hanging – How to Hang in 3 Different Ways
Are you having problems hanging your tapestry? Are you looking for a style to embellish your bare walls, but do not want to do the emblematic gallery wall? How about hanging a tapestry wall tapestry hanging This is an interesting solution for big bare walls! Additionally, tapestries are a good home decor element to help sound travel through thin walls! They are easy to install and remove. If you enjoy experimenting with home decor every now and then, tapestries are a great alternative.
The material art we are discussing ranges from weavings to vintage materials. Whether you hang them above the couch, or behind the bed wall for a sheer bedhead alternative, these pieces add color, texture, and design to your home decor. People love tapestries as wall decor, but they aren’t always sure of how to hang them. Not sure how to hang your new material? Here are a few ideas!
Ways to Hang a Tapestry:
The tapestry can be hung in an array of places, including in blank spaces where the walls need to be kept clean. According to your space’s specifications and the look you wish to achieve, each idea is appropriate. There is always a place for a tapestry in your home, whether it is a family heirloom or a unique vintage piece from the nearest flea market! Discover your flawless tapestry and add a touch of sparkle to your walls.
Make Use of Nails or Pushpins:
Nails or pushpins are the simplest way to hang a tapestry. If you need to place a small or light piece, nails and push pins are a great option! (No ugly thumbtacks please!) Place the pins on both corners of one side and one in the middle of the piece for smaller pieces. When hanging a large tapestry, hang one every 10 inches away! The weight will be evenly distributed and the tapestry will remain straight. A larger weave works well with this technique; otherwise, the part might end up with holes. If you prefer a more direct look, stitch up the corners for a free-and-easy drape, or spread nails across the big top for a direct look.
Use a Baseboard:
A baseboard will assist in securing heavy materials and tapestries to the wall if they need a large amount of support. Pick out a board that will be set into the rod pouch at the back of the tapestry. You can hand-sew a pouch for your tapestry if it does not already come with one. Reduce the board’s size to match the tapestry’s size. Pin each screw location and drill holes. Into the pouch slide the board. The inclines of the tapestry should be bent back, and the card should be sunk into the wall.
Stretch Across A Frame:
The tapestry can also be stretched to a stiffer background. Stretching cloth across a wooden frame or plywood/card can transform it into a work of art. The tapestry should be stretched out and folded all over the frame, then stapled together. Mount the tapestry on the wall with sawtooth image hangers. The canvas might need to be stretched out and stapled to the border first to prevent the wood from seeing through the material. This method is particularly useful for heavier tapestries. For a tapestry, the frame material should be heavier than the tapestry itself! It’s easy to assemble the frame using screws or glue. At all ends, the frame should at least be an inch wider than the tapestry. However, you can alter it according to your preferences. The objective is to make the process of folding and stapling the bordered fabric easy.