Wall tapestries can be used to decorate bare walls. You should be aware of the best ways to hang the wall tapestry before you find the right wall tapestry. You can hang the wall tapestry with some easy tricks.
1. Adhesive Hooks
Adhesive hooks are a simple way to display your decorations without causing damage to your walls or tapestry. This is a great option if you are in college or moving frequently.
2. Velcro Strips
This is your favorite damage-free method and it’s ideal if you don’t need any additional hardware to hang your tapestry. This method can give your tapestry a cleaner look. Hooks, clips and nails will not be visible.
3. Nails or pushpins
This is a great way to hang a tapestry. This is a great way to hang a tapestry if your decoration has a thick enough weave to prevent it from poking holes in the fabric and is not too heavy.
4. From the Ceiling
This is a great idea for university dorms with ceiling tiles, or areas with limited wall space. To confirm that there is enough material to support the ceiling, use a vertical tapestry.
5. Tapestry Rod
You should choose a tapestry rod or dowel that is large enough to hold the decoration but smaller than the wall. It can be attached to hooks on the wall or hung from the ceiling. Many tapestries come with built-in rods that can be attached to the wall.
6. Window coverings
Tapestries can be used as window treatments. A tapestry can be used to decorate windows with a bold pattern. However, a light and transparent design will give your room a more open feel while still allowing for privacy. To hide blinds, hang it on a curtain rod and create a billowed effect. For an illuminated effect, secure the decoration by putting pushpins on the window.
7. Rope or cable system
This method is for you if you love craftwork. This method will require you to use a needle and a rope as your aid. If you’re not interested in the craft, a cable system might be a good alternative. This can be a great alternative. A small pocket should be sewn on the tapestry’s highest point. It should be large enough to hold the rope. The rope can be run through the pocket and then hang it using hooks or nails. This is a great way to hang a lighter panel. It looks best when it flows. A cable can be used to hang your tapestry, which will conceal any cupboards or work areas under a loft bed.
8. Frame it
Even though this is a more involved method, it’s worth it. This will give your home a clean and elegant appearance. You will need a large frame to hold your tapestry. To eliminate wrinkles, iron the tapestry before you put it in the dryer. To prevent the tapestry from getting stuck to the frame, you can add small adhesives to its rear. This is a great strategy to use if you are creating a gallery wall.
9. Poster Hanger
This is a beautiful way to hang the wall tapestry. To ensure that the tapestry is secured to the highest possible height, choose a larger poster hanger. You can hang two smaller pins side-by side if you feel the need. You don’t have to hang the poster on the highest hook. A pin or two can be hung at the bottom to help keep the tapestry from bouncing off the wall.
10. Bed Canopy
The wall tapestry can be used as a decorator and also can act as a bed canopy. To suspend the opposite side, attach two corners to the headboard.
To suspend the tapestry in a canopy-like fashion, attach a small hook or piece rope to its centre.
You are now ready to purchase a wall tapestry.