Create one large statement behind a sofa. Take into consideration the size of the wall when purchasing a tapestry. A large piece in an open area like this makes a room feel more cozy.
If you are renting and unable to paint the walls, hang a large tapestry to add color and drama to your space.
When a tapestry fills a wall it is truly a dramatic way to make a big impression. And they look fabulous against white painted walls, so no need to paint!
Create a room that feels traveled and warm by using a tapestry with some golden color and Asian flair.
Tapestries are ideal for double-story foyers. You can spend a great deal of money on an antique hand woven piece, or get a replicated piece for less.
Tapestries with a Renaissance, Neo-Classical theme add an Old-World charm. Try one with rusty reds in it for a warm feel. It can hang over an accent table or buffet. Add sconces on either side for elegance and more warmth.
Tapestries can be contemporary, like this eclectic and artsy piece. It makes a great focal point in this clean white space.
To layer on the richness and interest in a bedroom drop a tapestry from the wall on either side of a bed.
You may want to consider a tapestry that hangs horizontally if there is furniture or a chair rail below it.
Hang a tapestry horizontal above a buffet to cover more of the wall.
Tapestries with classic scenes of landscapes can be relaxing and feel cozy in a space.